The vampires are back for another go in part two of Funimation’s reference quality release of this gorgeously animated horror/thriller anime series.
Classic gothic haunted house horror from reestablished horror production house Hammer Films marks the post-Harry Potter film debut of Daniel Radcliffe. Horror fans should find something to like in this atmospheric thriller.
Headless bodies gushing blood like fountains, butt-chainsaws, breast-swords, tongue-in-cheek one liners, and, oh yeah, beautiful women in schoolgirl uniforms — those wacky Japanese filmmakers are at it again with Mutant Girls Squad.
Chronicle mines the overused “found footage” territory for a flawed and meandering action film about teens with newly developed superpowers.
AMC’s beautifully filmed and complex western series, Hell on Wheels, comes to Blu-ray in strong set packed with making-of featurettes.
An intellectually stimulating romantic comedy from Iranian filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami, Juliette Binoche was awarded the Best Actress award at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival for her excellent performance in Certified Copy.
This original anime series from Aniplex’ and TV Tokyo’s Anime no Chikara project is a winner in this premium edition from NIS America packed in a sturdy, glossy slipcover and stuffed with a collectible 36-page hardcover art book.
With chills, thrills and solid direction, Anchor Bay’s Blu-ray for The Aggression Scale is one worth checking out.
Albert Nobbs is a touching period drama that tackles gender roles powered by an excellent lead performance from Glenn Close.
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.