Screen Anime April 2021 to May 2021 Titles Announced

A new, a new selection of movies to enjoy, as Screen Anime have recently unveiled the list of titles that will be available to stream on the video-on-demand platform starting from 25th April 2021.

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Screen Anime March 2021 to April 2021 Titles Announced

A new month of feature-length anime films will soon begin on the subscription based streaming platform Screen Anime, as the owners have today confirmed the list of films, and TV series, that will be available to stream on the platform. Read more of this post

Anime Limited License Blood-C and K for UK Blu-Ray Release with Multiple Titles Added to Amazon Instant Video for Prime Members

Those who have an Amazon Prime account and would like to Stream even more anime content will be excited to know that Anime Limited, otherwise known as All The Anime, have added a selection of titles to the video-on-demand streaming platform; including brand new title licenses Blood-C and the first season of K. Read more of this post

Anime Limited to Release Complete Limited Editions for Eureka Seven and The Testament of Sister New Devil

Anime Limited, otherwise known as All The Anime, have announced that two of their standard edition back-catalogue releases, Eureka Seven and The Testament of Sister New Devil, will be re-released later this year as Complete Limited Edition sets on Blu-Ray; with each franchise being packaged inside a rigid art box. Both of which will be released on the 27th April 2020 and are exclusive to the AllTheAnime Store and Zavvi. Read more of this post

BFI Southbank Anime Weekender Details Confirmed; Includes Code Geass, Cardcaptor Sakura & Eureka Seven


Those living close to London, or wishing to spend an entire weekend watching various anime films, will be excited to learn that the BFI Southbank Cinema is hosting an ‘anime weekender‘ in May with numerous films being shown on the big cinema throughout the weekend. Read more of this post

Anime Limited To Reconsider Eureka Seven: Hi-Evolution Release Plans; Cancels Wider UK Cinema Release

In some rather interesting news a post on the Anime UK News forum has revealed that Anime Limited’s plan for Eureka Seven: Hi-Evolution to receive a wider cinematic release across the UK has been cancelled. Read more of this post

Anime Limited Unveils Eureka Seven Ultimate Edition Release Details

It’s a series that was  announced for UK release several years ago at a previous MCM Comic Con, and has often been mentioned at panels, blog posts and podcasts, but Anime Limited have finally lifted the lid on their ‘Ultimate Edition’ release of Eureka Even. Read more of this post

Anime Limited’s Q4 2017 Release Schedule Spotted on Amazon UK

Following on from the reveal of Animatsu, MangaUK and MVM UK’s Q4 2017 line-up last month, each of which were revealed through product listings on Amazon UK and Anime-On-Line, it now seems that Anime Limited and FUNimation UK’s Q4 2017 release line-up has been ‘revealed’ earlier than intended; once again through online retailer Amazon UK. Read more of this post

Viceland UK Confirms ‘Late-Night Anime Partnership’ with Anime Limited

During the May 2017 MCM London Comic Con Anime Limited revealed that they would be forming a partnership with Satelite TV Channel Viceland UK in order to show a selection of anime on the channel; with titles such as Tokyo Ghoul and Eureka Seven being mentioned.

Although specific details about this partnership were not announced a press release from Viceland UK, which has also been published onto the Anime Limited website, today confirms the types of shows that will be available on the channel and the intended screening time. Read more of this post

Anime Limited To Bring Eureka Seven Hi-Evolution Movies To UK Cinemas

Anime Limited have today announced that they will be bringing the Eureka Seven Hi-Evolution movie trilogy to UK Cinemas over the next few years with the first film, known as Eurkea Seven Hi-Evolution Part 1, reciving a selective screening within the UK as close to the Japanese release as possible with further screenings taking place during the first quarter of 2018. Read more of this post