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.
For fans of the over-the-top, high octane, action films mixed in with a kind of cartoonish feel, Funimation’s Incredibly Ever After just may be your dream ticket.
A fascinating guilty pleasure that peeks behind the curtain of political campaigns and offers a look at the rise of Tea Party favorite Sarah Palin, HBO’s Game Change is a winner.
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.
Writer/director Christopher Nolan’s feature-length debut, Following, is a fantastic, atmospheric neo-noir 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.
The Words is a dull, overly melodramatic literary thriller that would have been better served by an actual novel.
The fantastic third season of this crime drama from the FX cable network arrives with an equally fantastic Blu-ray package from Sony.
Funimation’s Part 2 release of the second season of Shakugan no Shana concludes what is a fantastic season to this fun, action-filled, and humorous anime series.