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.
Shakugan no Shana: Movie is a cool, action-filled romp through the original story arc from this popular sci-fi/fantasy light novel and anime franchise.
Branded may be one of the worst films of all time, Razzie worthy material, C-Grade sci-fi absurdity with delusions toward grand social commentary.
FUNimation finally brings the Tenchi Muyo! movie trilogy to Blu-ray in the U.S., but after the long wait, fans are given a barebones release with no bonus materials.
This uneven anime series arrives with a middling 1080i transfer from Sentai.
Beautiful, complex, multilayered, and philosophical, this anime series explores the relationships between fate, destiny, love, individuality, and society, with richly drawn artwork and tantalizing colors.
Funimation’s Tenchi Muyo OVA Collection only brings the original 13-episodes to Blu-ray in the U.S., but they are classic, funny, and solidly transferred.
Looper is an intelligently written, superbly acted, sci-fi thriller.
Part One of Doctor Who: Series Seven cements Matt Smith as one of the finest Doctors in the franchise, but also marks the departure for one of the Doctor’s best companions in Karen Gillan’s Amy Pond.