MVM Entertainment’s Q2 Release Schedule Unveils Surprise Announcements

MVM Entertainment have recently announced their Q2 release schedule on the online store Anime-On-Line, but at the same time revealed some surprising new additions to the line-up. Read more of this post

MVM Entertainment Celebrates Firework Night with Weekend Blu-Ray Sale

UK Anime Distributor MVM Entertainment are celebrating the Bonfire (Guy Fawkes) Night weekend with a massive Blu-Ray sale on the Anime-On-Line webstore. Read more of this post

DVD Review: The Familiar of Zero F – The Complete Series

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It’s been a long-time-coming; but the final series of The Familiar of Zero will soon be upon us – so does love overcome all dangers? Well according to this series yes! but what did i think of this DVD release of the The Familiar of Zero F by MVM Entertainment? Well find out below!

Synopsis:

Their relationship has been building ever since she first accidentally kidnapped him from Earth, but even with all they’ve been though together, are Saito and Louise ready to take their relationship to the next level? The answer, sadly, will have to wait, as once again events in Halkeginia are running out of control and Saito and Louise find themselves, along with several other Void Mages, pressed into service to save the world.

And while any mission involving Void Magic is sure to suck at some point, the suck-age is certain to be compounded by the fact that one of the mages they’ll be working with is the amply endowed elf Tiffania. Who may have designs on getting familiar with Saito herself. Betrayals, reversals and the inevitable side trip to the hot springs lie ahead as the evil plots get plottier, the dysfunctional relationships get even more dysfunctional, and lots of stuff goes BOOM for only vaguely justifiable reasons! Read more of this post

Familiar of Zero F Blu-ray and DVD Release Date Announced

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It’s no secret that MVM Entertainment have been wanting to acquire the fourth season of The Familiar of Zero; and today the UK Distributor finally dropped the bombshell by announcing it’s UK release date.

Due for release on the 9th May 2016 this fourth and final season of The Familiar of Zero, otherwise known as The Familiar of Zero F, will be released on DVD and Blu-ray in Japanese and English Subtitles. The set will contain all 12 episodes of the series and, judging from the template box-art, will feature the same on-disc content as the Australian version of the series. Read more of this post

DVD Review: The Familiar of Zero: Rondo of Princesses – The Complete Series

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We take a third trip back to the magical world of Halkeginia to see what lies ahead for Saito and Louise after the climatic finale of the previous season; So what did we think of MVM Entertainment’s DVD release of Familiar of Zero: Rondo of Princesses? well lets find out.

Synopsis:

Getting married and then dying would put a damper on most honeymoons, but Saito is made of stouter stuff than most would-be stiffs, and having been miraculously restored to life is a definite improvement over being dead. Unfortunately, as a result of his recent resurrection-al activities, the runes which bound Saito to his master, Louise the Zero, appear to have faded away. But will the fact that he is no longer contractually obligated to be Louise’s Familiar lead to the two of them getting more “familiar” now that they’ve tied a different kind of knot?

If Louise can’t learn to control her problems with premature explosions, the answer is probably not. Things only get more complicated when Siesta gets appointed to be Saito’s personal maid and everything goes completely out of control when the overly endowed Tiffania, who’d previously nursed Saito back from the dead, implants herself into the story as well! Will this full frontal assault on twin fronts be too much to handle? Will Saito and Louise’s relationship get “runed” yet again? Read more of this post

Mulitple MVM Entertainment Titles Delayed Until the End of June

super_sonico_screenshotIt seems the 29th June 2015 is going to be a pretty busy day for Anime releases, as not only has Anime Limited delayed a handful of titles, such as Tiger & Bunny: The Rising and Kill La Kill – Part 3, to this date but now MVM Entertainment are making there own release date alterations; namely with The Familiar of Zero – Season 3 and Super Sonico – The Complete Collection. Read more of this post

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

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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

DVD Review: The Familiar of Zero – Season 1

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Wizards, Magic and explosions… It sounds like Fairy Tail but in reality it’s the long overdue release of The Familiar of Zero – Season 1, whereby magicians are taught to harness their magical abilities and summon creatures to be their familiars – that is except for Lousie. Potential spoilers aside what did we think from MVM Entertainment’s DVD release of The Familiar of Zero – Season 1, well lets find out!

Synopsis:

Louise Francoise Le Blanc de La Valliere’s name is so long and her spell-casting skills are so poor that everyone at the Tristain Academy of Magic just calls her “Louise the Zero”. Louise’s humiliation only increases during an important second-year test, where the other students summon up dragons and other mythological creatures as their familiars, and she inexplicably summons Hiraga Saito, a totally normal teenager from Tokyo.

Now she’s stuck with him and Saito’s stuck with the lousy life of being a familiar. Except, maybe there’s more going on than meets the eye, because Saito’s not prepared to accept the social inequities that Louise and other aristocrats consider the status quo, and he may not be quite as normal as everyone thinks. And the reason Louise is so bad at magic might just be that she hasn’t figured out what she’s good at yet. In fact, they might even have the makings of a great team… if they can learn to stand each other first, that is! Read more of this post