The vampires are back for another go in part two of Funimation’s reference quality release of this gorgeously animated horror/thriller anime series.
This gorgeously animated, addictive, and well written horror/thriller anime series may plough the familiar grounds of the undead — vampires — but it is well worth viewing, especially in this reference Blu-ray/DVD combo pack from Funimation.
A supernatural/gothic mystery anime series set in Victorian England, Black Butler arrives on Blu-ray from FUNimation with an up-scaled-to-HD video presentation that looks reasonably presentable, offering a decent upgrade over DVD.
Despite being an uncredited remake of the classic 1961 film The Innocents, The Others still offers lots of good, atmospheric horror.
Dance in the Vampire Bund is a beautifully animated, enticingly scripted, gothic vampire anime that looks gorgeous on Blu-ray.
Full moons, witches, high school romance, and vampires — but this is no overwrought Twilight saga. The CW’s Vampire Diaries has a bite of its own and it looks darn good on Blu.
This popular anime title finally makes it to Blu-ray from Funimation, but the upscaled video transfer may give you night terrors.
This techno-goth vampire flick may not break any new ground in the genre, but it’s enough to satisfy horror fans and it has an excellent AVC transfer and 7.1 lossless soundtrack.
David Lynch’s Inland Empire is a beautiful and emotionally charged stream-of-consciousness journey through the mind, but its DV camera production means the Blu-ray release looks no better than a DVD.
D.Gray-man: Season One Part One arrives on Blu-ray from Funimation another strong anime series hampered by a lackluster video transfer. The steep price and barebones extras don’t help for this 13-episode installment either.