Unboxing: Sailor Moon S – Part 1 & Part 2 (DVD) [AUS]

Although Madman Entertainment are ‘fast’ on the way to rereleasing the original Sailor Moon as Complete Series collections we take a step back and explore the previous ‘DVD Editions’ of the series; of which were released across two installments. For this unboxing article we will be taking a closer look at the Limited Edition DVD variations of Sailor Moon S – Parts 1 and 2. Read more of this post

Unboxing: Love Live! School Idol Project – The Movie (Limited Edition Blu-ray) [AUS]


With a UK release of Love Live! School Idol Project – The Movie currently nowhere to be found, despite a special screening at London MCM Comic Con and Scotland Loves Anime last year, I decided to import the Australian Limited Edition Blu-ray release of the film to see what it has to offer – and more importantly – to see if it will fit well with MVM Entertainment’s previously released UK Blu-ray Editions of the TV Series. Read more of this post

Unboxing: Sailor Moon – Part 1 & Part 2 (Limited Edition DVD) [AUS]


With Sailor Moon Crystal getting it’s western release within Australia this month (of which you may have seen unboxed on our Twitter feed) via Madman Entertainment; I thought it would be fun togo back and give our readers a closer look at Madman Entertainment’s DVD release of the original Sailor Moon TV series; starting with Sailor Moon – Part 1 and it’s follow-up release Sailor Moon – Part 2. Read more of this post

Unboxing: Sengoku Basara – Complete Collection: Season 1 & 2 + The Movie (Blu-ray) [AUS]


Shortly after Sengoku Basra – The Last Party was released onto Blu-ray and DVD within Australia Madman Entertainment, the australian distributor for the series, released a Complete Collection package whereby Season 1, Season 2 and The Last Party film were bundled into a single set; well today i’ll be taking a quick look at it. Read more of this post

FUNimation To Work Directly with Studio Khara for Evangelion 3.33’s English Release


FUNimation have recently announced that they will be working with Studio Khara, the Japanese studio who originally produced the film, so that an English version of Evangelion 3.33: You Can (Not) Redo can be produced.

We are working directly with the Japanese studio and the original creator on the upcoming Evangelion 3.33 home video release. This is a unique opportunity that presented itself to us, and since the plot for Evangelion 3.33 is so different from previous story lines, we are thrilled that the creator has asked to be so heavily involved in this project.

It’s never been fully explained as to whats been happening with the English release; but rumours suggest that the Japanese Studios were unhappy with the English Dub that FUNimation had produced and as a result the Japanese licensors asked for the English Dub to be altered. As a result of these alterations storyline elements that the Japanese Studios wanted fans of the franchise to see were lost. Read more of this post

Unboxing: Broken Blade – The Complete Collection (Blu-ray) [UK]

Last monday MVM Entertainment released their first Blu-ray boxset, in conjunction with Madman Entertainment, into the UK and unlike Manga Entertainment UK’s Blu-ray releases this one comes with a variety of amusing surprises.

The Broken Blade blu-ray boxset features the usual items you would come to expect from a Blu-ray release, such as the blue Amaray Case with space for 2 Discs and a cover, however its the artwork on the cover that makes this release interesting. Read more of this post