Tsukimonogatari and Michiko & Hatchin Release Dates Announced


UK Anime Distributor MVM Entertainment have quietly announced the release date Tsukimonogatari, the latest entry into the Monogatari franchise being released in the UK, and the complete series collection of Michiko & Hatchin; which was previously released in two half-season sets. Read more of this post

Kill Me Baby DVD & Blu-ray Release Delayed by Two Weeks


Following on from the delays of Fate Stay/Night: Unlimited Blade Works – Part 1 and Kampfer – The Complete Collection MVM Entertainment have now confirmed that Kill Me Baby has also received a delay by two weeks.

This means that the entire March release schedule for MVM distributed titles has been delayed in some sort of fashion. Read more of this post

DVD Review: Hidamari Sketch – Season 1

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MVM Entertainment continues to push-out the anime releases this month and in our latest DVD Review we take a look at the first season of Hidamari Sketch; which is of course animated by SHAFT.


For years, Yuno’s dreamed of attending Yamabuki Arts High School, but now that she’s been accepted, it means the scary prospect of moving away from her home and family for the first time! Fortunately, Yuno quickly learns that if her new neighbors at the eclectic Hidamari (Sunshine) Apartments aren’t technically family, at least the majority share the bond of being fellow art students.

From second year students like Hiro and Sae, who try to behave like helpful older sisters (mostly successfully) to her hyperactive new neighbor, classmate, and best friend Miyako (who has the scariest apartment ever), Yuno begins to build the support network she’ll need for dealing with strange characters like her oddly masculine landlady, her cosplay-obsessed homeroom teacher, her tooth-chattering principal and all of the other odd denizens who inhabit her chosen world of art.

It won’t be easy, and it won’t always be pretty, but with her friends at her back Yuno’s going to reach for the stars! Read more of this post

DVD Review: Oreimo – Season 1

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We visit the unknown to explore what the first season of Oreimo, otherwise known as My Little Sister Can’t Be This Cute, has to offer and surpisingly enough it is exceedingly good; so is this DVD release of a potentially questionable series worth owning? Find out in our review.


For the past seven years, Kyousuke Kousaka’s relationship with his younger sister Kirino has been nothing but cold. It’s gotten the the point where the only talking the siblings do is to exchange greetings with each other. But one day, Kyousuke finds a moe anime DVD lying in the entrance hall of his house. His interest piqued, Kyousuke looks for the owner – only to discover it belongs to his very own sister Kirino. Shocked as Kyousuke was, this is just the beginning of the surprises that lie ahead…

In addition to being smart, pretty, and popular, Kirino Kousaka is also an obsessive consumer of anime and eroge. After Kyousuke promies not to mock her and keep this concealed from their parents, she starts to share a bit of her world with him. Kirino faces several problems as she tries to keep up appearances and balance her exemplary school life with her hobbies. Her brother becomes a crucial ally while dealing with all the difficulties that lie ahead. Read more of this post

DVD Review: Maid Sama – Part 2

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We take a trip back to Maid Latte to see what Misaki and Usui get up to in the remaining episodes; but is it a happy-ever-after or a disaster story waiting to happen? Well for now we will keep it a secret but what did we think of this DVD release by MVM Entertainment? Find out in our review of Maid Sama – Part 2.


If Misaki Ayuzawa didn’t already have enough problems being the first female student council president of the formerly all-male Seika High School and carrying on a secret double life as a waitress at a local maid cafe by night, the fact that she may be starting to have feelings for Usui, the first boy to discover her dual life, has pushed her nerves to the breaking point. But fate certainly won’t leave it at that, and now she has to deal with a new guy who is not only extremely anti-girl, but a hypnotist as well!

Toss in an organized crime cartel that wants to replace the maid cafe with a butler bistro, some very annoying new transfer students, and the inevitable trip to the hot springs and everyone is guaranteed to end up in hot water one way or another! Read more of this post

No Game No Life Delayed Until End of Q1 2016


MVM Entertainment’s upcoming DVD and Blu-ray release of No Game No Life seems to be falling in-line with the likes of Evangelion 3.33 as once again the UK Distributor has had to delay the upcoming UK Release of this series for an undisclosed reason.

What was previously announced for a mid-2015 release will now be released during the first quarter of 2016; or more specifically the 29th February 2016 for the Collectors Edition DVD & Blu-ray Combo Pack release with soundtrack CD Collection. To add ‘further’ confusion those wishing to purchase the standard DVD or Blu-ray will have to wait until 28th March 2016 which is another month after the releae of the Collectors Set. Read more of this post

UK DVD Release of Infinite Stratos II Pushed Back To September


Although an official announcement from MVM Entertainment has yet to be made listings on both Amazon UK and Anime-On-Line suggest that the UK DVD release of Infinite Stratos II, alternatively known as Infinite Stratos – Season 2, has been delayed until the 28th September 2015.

Infinite Stratos II was originally expected to be released in March but was then altered to an 8th June 2015 release; however the series has once again been pushed back until the end of September. As mentioned a reason for the delay has not been mentioned, so we can only assume that its due to assets (or the discs themselves) not being available for the expected date.

So; to sum-up Infinite Stratos II has been delayed and it will now be released on the 28th September 2015 on DVD.

DVD Review: Log Horizon – Season 1 Part 1


We take a trip to Elder Tales and end-up getting confused and lost; but that aside what does MVM Entertainment’s DVD Release of Log Horizon – Part 1 have in-store? Find out in our DVD Review.


Elder Tales has become a global phenomenon, immersing millions of players in its online fantasy world. However, something goes wrong with the twelfth expansion pack. Eight-year veteran Shiroe and 30,000 other players suddenly find themselves trapped in the game’s no-longer-fictional universe!

Except it’s not even exactly the game they knew: things are in different places, the portals don’t work, and if a gamer was playing an avatar who wasn’t a physical match for their real self… well, let’s just say that everyone who’s been playing is going to have to make some serious adjustments to their new world view.

On top of that, the former Non-Player-Characters are now self-aware and working towards their own ends. This collision of the Elder Tale people and players with seemingly impossible skills, abilities, and knowledge promises to be cataclysmic. Get ready for heroes to rise and new legends to be forged as Shiroe and fellow players Naotsugu and Akatsuki discover what happens when sword and sorcery becomes real! Read more of this post

DVD Review: Mysterious Girlfriend X – The Complete Series


How far would you go to become closer to a girl? well with Mikoto Urabe it seems that swallowing the saliva (drool) of Akira Tsubaki is more than enough; but where will this relationship take them? Well we’ll leave that blank for now but what did we think of the series and this DVD Release by MVM Entertainment? Find out in our DVD Review of Mysertious Girlfriend X – a series that is not X-Rated for adultery purproses.


When the oddly peculiar Mikoto Urabe transfers into Akira Tsubaki’s class, he finds that life has thrown him the weirdest curve ball ever. While Urabe may be an anti-social loner who sleeps on her desk, carries a pair of scissors in her underwear, and breaks out in sudden fits of insane laughter, there’s something about her that Tsubaki just can’t quite put his finger on. …Until he accidentally puts his finger in it, and suddenly the phrase “sharing spit with a girl” takes on an entirely new meaning!

Before he can wipe her drool off his face, Tsubaki is mysteriously addicted to Urabe, which isn’t half as strange as the fact that she not only finds this normal, but already seems to have plans for her new drooling boyfriend. So, can a girl spitting in your face ever be a GOOD thing? Is this relationship bound for disaster or great expectorations? Find out as Urabe puts a spittle love in Tsubaki’s heart and things get REALLY bizarre! Read more of this post

Unboxing: The Familiar of Zero – Season 1 (Blu-ray) [UK]


Seeing as MVM Entertainment have released The Familiar of Zero – Season 1 onto Blu-ray, and because we liked it so much (as seen in our Review of the DVD), we decided to venture and get one so that we could unboxing it; so if you’ve been wondering what the Blu-ray set of The Familiar of Zero – Season 1 is like then here it is! Read more of this post