Mysterious Girlfriend X is a weird and oddly heartfelt anime series that looks wonderful on Blu-ray.
The Kings of Summer is a humorous and moving coming of age story from first time feature film director Jordan Vogt-Roberts
The classic raucous 80s teen comedy The Last American Virgin parties-up on Blu-ray for the first time in the UK courtesy of Arrow Video
The volume 2 release of Hanasaka Iroha from NIS America wraps brings this charming anime series to a satisfying conclusion.
Melodrama, comedy, teen angst, and West Side Story — it must be the third season of Glee arriving on Blu-ray.
This hipster teen horror-comedy might overwhelm you with it its weird, and whacky universe, but several viewings in, you’ll find something different to latch on to.
This shōjo manga adaptation is filled with bittersweet teen romance that its prime demographic will love.
Debauchery, drugs, alcohol, and run-ins with the law define this “found footage” style teen “comedy” that is more “meta” than comedy. Project X taps into the Millennial sensibilities and works on that level, but has plenty of missteps along the way.
Meatballs is a classic Bill Murray comedy that is both nostalgic and timeless, offered up in a fine Blu-ray presentation from Lionsgate.
An enjoyable, even if somewhat typical, teen comedy/sci-fi anime series in the fan service oeuvre, Cat Planet Cuties arrives in this Blu-ray Combo Pack set from Funimation with a fine audio and video presentation plus an extra naughty OVA in tow.