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.
The 90s teen comedy classic Clueless hits Blu-ray in a solid effort from Paramount.
Outside of Helen Hunt’s acting, Girls Just Want to Have Fun isn’t all that….well, fun. The Blu-ray from Image Entertainment is decent at best. Outside of die hard fans, I don’t see anything of real merit here.
A naughty and inventive twist on the typical high school teen comedy and fan service genre, B Gata H Kei: Yamada’s First Time is humorous, filled with wacky fun, and served up on a reference Blu-ray release from Funimation Entertainment.
This predictable teen romantic comedy from Miramax makes its Blu-ray debut in yet another average HD transfer from Lionsgate.