A charming coming of age anime series with beautifully crafted animation, Hanusaku Iroha, in this premium edition from NIS America, is an easy series to recommend.
This anime series based on a Playstation 2 role-playing game looks great and has its strong moments, but the lack of the original Japanese soundtrack and confusing storyline leave a lot to be desired.
Melodrama, comedy, teen angst, and West Side Story — it must be the third season of Glee arriving on Blu-ray.
This teen romance vampire spoof shows a lot of potential for its young filmmaker, but it will only appeal to a limited audience.
This campy, exploitation franchise sequel just offers up more of the same, only more predictably.
LOL is surprisingly not as bad as its name implies and it comes with strong transfer on Blu-ray fro Liosngate.
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.
The second season of this anime series follows the first closely, but brings some new elements that help to set it up for an interesting third season.
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.