Fate/Zero, Pokemon Sun & Moon: Ultra Adventures, Puella Magi Madoka Magica and Ultraman Now Streaming on Netflix UK

Netflix UK once again expands its selection of anime content by offering subscribers a selection of older anime releases and a brand new shows; in this case Fate/Zero and Puella Magi Madoka Magica have both been added to the platform alongside Ultraman and Pokemon Sun & Moon: Ultra Adventures. Read more of this post

DVD Review: Fate/Zero – Part 2

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The first part of Fate/Zero left us on a clif-hanger and a bit bewildered at the storyline, so what can we expect from Part 2 and the DVD release by MVM Entertainment? Find out in our DVD Review of Fate/Zero – Part 2.

Synopsis:

The Holy Grail War – in this ultimate battle field, in order to obtain the power of the “Holy Grail” that grants any unattainable wish, seven “masters” summon “servants” and fight against each other until the last one survives.

As the 4th Holy Grail War becomes more furious, one by one the masters and their servants are being eliminated from the war by losing in a battle or falling into an opponents’ plot. What will Saber and Kiritsugu find out at the end of the war? And which team will win the war and the Holy Grail? Read more of this post

DVD Review: Fate/Zero – Part 1

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The prequel series to Fate/Stay Night has finally arrived onto UK Shore, but what exactly do we think of MVM Entertainment’s DVD release of the first instalment? Find out in our DVD Review of Fate/Zero – Part 1.

Synopsis:

The Holy Grail War – in this ultimate battle field, in order to obtain the power of the “Holy Grail” that grants any unattainable wish, seven “masters” summon “servants” and fight against each other until the last one survives.

After three inconclusive Holy Grail Wars, the fourth battle has finally started. Hoping to win the battle, each master is heading to the new battlefield, Fuyuki. However, there is a man who is confused and struggling, unable to find meaning in the war. His name is Kirei Kotomine. He wonders why he has been appointed to this task, but without any answers, he encounters his archrival – Kiritsugu Emiya, a master who craves the miracle Holy Grail most of all.

The untold truth of the Fourth Holy Grail War that occurred 10 years before Fate/Stay Night – the truth of the battle fought by Shiro’s adopted father, Rin’s father, and young Kirei Kotomine – is about to be revealed! Read more of this post

MVM Entertainment Shows off the Fate/Zero Art Box Included with the Collectors Edition

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If you have been holding off from pre-ordering the Collectors Edition of Fate/Zero then listen up, as MVM Entertainment have today taken to their Facebook page to reveal some pictures of the actual Art box thats included with Part 1.

As you may already be aware Fate/Zero will be available in two different editions, a standard and a Collectors Edition. The standard release is just your typical amaray case, but the Collectors Edition will also include an special art box which allows both Part 1 and Part 2 to be stored, just like the Limited Edition releases FUNimation do. Read more of this post

Release Date Alterations Confirmed for Upcoming MVM Titles

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Those eagerly awaiting to get there hands on MVM Entertainment’s upcoming string of Anime Blu-rays may be disappointed, as according to Amazon UK and Anime-On-Line listings the release date for Girls Und Panzer and Fate/Zero – Part 1 have been delayed.

The Blu-ray version of Girls Und Panzer will now be released on the 28th April 2014 as opposed to it’s original 14th April 2014 release date, meanwhile the Blu-ray editions of Fate/Zero – Part 1 will be released on the 12th May 2014 as opposed to it’s original 28th April 2014 release date. The DVD versions of both titles will still be released on their original date. We knew there was a possibility of these titles being released ‘after’ the DVD versions as MVM mentioned it on twitter several weeks ago. Read more of this post

MVM Licenses Fate/Zero, Linebarrels of Iron & Patlabor OVA for UK Release

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MVM Entertainment has today took to twitter to announce several new anime licenses, all of which will be released later this year.

The three new licenses are Fate/Zero, Linebarrels of Iron & the Patlabor OVA series, with the Patlabor OVA Series being confirmed for a Blu-ray release. Currently all three series will be released on DVD with confirmation of Fate/Zero’s release format yet to be announced. Read more of this post