Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome is an action-packed prequel to SyFy’s BSG re-imagining. Set in a CGI landscape, it holds true to its predecessor while infusing it with a youthful vigor.
The innovative 1998 sci-fi anime series Serial Experiments Lain makes its way to Blu-ray with a strong HD restoration and hefty in-box bonuses from FUNimation Entertainment.
The 1978 original Roger Corman-produced Piranha is a campy bit of exploitation fun in the Jaws vernacular.
These four Shakugan no Shana OVA episodes will be a must for fans of the anime series, but they are mostly stand-alone stories with no uniting story arc. Newcomers to the franchise would be better served starting with season one or the movie.
Fate/Stay Night is a beautifully animated series, but this first collection of episodes moves a bit too slowly.
The hilarity continues in this fine, even stronger, second season of Baka & Test.
This unintentionally funny sci-fi actioner is in the running for being one of the worst movies of 2012.
Persona 4: The Animation comes to a close with the strong second half in this second collection from Sentai Filmworks.
This beautifully animated fantasy/high school comedy arrives with a reference transfer from NIS America.
Only hardcore fans of the Mass Effect franchise will need to see this average anime prequel to the Mass Effect 3 video game.