Blu-Ray Review: Dragon Ball Super – Part 3

The fight for the Super Dragon Balls begins in this latest installment of Dragon Ball Super, but what can one expect to receive this Blu-Ray release of Dragon Ball Super – Part 3 by Manga Entertainment UK? Well let’s take a look and find out! Read more of this post


Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie: Pyramid of Light UK Cinema Screening Officially Announced & Locations Confirmed

Earlier in the month we reported that an age rating listing had appeared for the original Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie, otherwise known as Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie: Pyramid of Light, on BBFC website and we speculated that the film could be getting a limited UK cinematic release. Well Manga Entertainment UK have now officially confirmed that the film will be available in cinemas across the UK for one day only next month. Read more of this post

Haven’t You Heard? I’m Sakamoto and Yo-Kai Watch! Delayed

Following on from the news that Kinmoza – Season 2 had been deleyed until 2nd July 2018, and that the Blu-Ray Edition of Soul Eater! still remains indefinitely delayed, UK distributor Manga Entertainment UK have now recently provided updates for Haven’t You Heard? I’m Sakamoto and Yo-Kai Watch! Read more of this post

Blu-Ray Review: Blue Exorcist: Kyoto Saga – Part 1

Back in 2013 Manga Entertainment UK released Blue Exorcist onto DVD and Blu-Ray within the UK, of which included the newly produced English Dub that the previous ‘DVD only’ release of Blue Exorcist did not. Fast forward six years into the future and now Manga Entertainment UK are bringing us the ‘latest’ anime installment into the Blue Exorcist franchise, known as the Kyoto Saga.

So how does this ‘Kyoto Saga’ fit within the world of Blue Exorcist and more importantly is it just as entertaining to watch? Well Let’s find out in our review! Read more of this post

Steins;Gate Now Available To Stream on Netflix UK

Netflix UK once again continues to expand its anime, and in turn anime-related, offerings as the subscription-based video-on-demand giant have now added ever-popular scientific thriller Steins;Gate to the streaming platform. Read more of this post

Blu-Ray Review: Dragon Ball Z – Movie Collection 6

It has been a short six months but Manga Entertainment UK continues to satisfy long-standing Dragon Ball Z fans by bringing out the sixth, and potentially final, movie collection as a Blu-Ray and DVD Combo Pack within the UK; and today we will be sharing our thoughts on the Blu-Ray disc that is included as part of this Combo Pack collection for Dragon Ball Z – Movie Collection 6. Read more of this post

Big Fish & Begonia UK Cinema Dates & Locations Announced

Manga Entertainment UK have recently announced that the chinese animated fantasy film Big Fish & Begonia will receive a limited cinema release within the UK next month with tickets now available to pre-book through various screening locations within the UK. Read more of this post

Manga Entertainment UK Acquires BLAME! for UK DVD & Blu-Ray Release This May

In a rather surprising announcement Manga Entertainment UK have revealed that they have acquired the UK Dsitribution rights for the Netflix original CG animated film BLAME!, which is a feature length adaptation of the manga series of the same name by Tsutomu Nihei, within the UK later this year. Read more of this post

Blu-Ray Review: Dragon Ball Z – Movie Collection 5

Manga Entertainment UK’s continues the trend of bringing us a ‘movie collection’ each month and this time we get to explore the storyline of Broly in the Dragon Ball Z Movie Trilogy that consists of Broly: The Legendary Super Saiyan, Broly Second Coming and Bio Broly! So get those umbrellas at the ready as it’s about to get wet with blood in our review of Dragon Ball Z – Movie Collection 5. Read more of this post

Yu-Gi-Oh! Seasons 1, 2 & 3 Available to Stream on Amazon UK

As of late Amazon UK have continued to expand their anime offerings and while a notable selection of subtitled-only titles, such as Killing Bites and KOKKOKU, have been made available those looking for ‘English Dubbed’ related titles have been left with ever-changing-episodes of Pokemon and Digimon; that is until this past week when Yu-Gi-Oh!  was made available to stream on Amazon Instant Video. Read more of this post