BLEACH (live action) and LAST HOPE (Unit Pandora) Now Available on Netflix UK

Everyday on Netflix UK a selection of new titles are added; but during the weekend two ‘note-worthy’ additions include the live-action BLEACH movie and the Netflix Original anime series LAST HOPE, which is otherwise known as Unit Pandora. Read more of this post

The Garden of Words & Live Action Fullmetal Alchemist Movie Now Available 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 Makoto Shinkai‘s animated mini-movie The Garden of Words as well as the live-action movie adaptation of Hiromu Arakawa’s Manga series Fullmetal Alchemist. Read more of this post

UK Theatrical Release of Rurouni Kenshin: The Legend Ends Delayed Until April

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Warner Bros Pictures UK have recently confirmed that the UK Theatrical Release of Rurouni Kenshin: The Legend Ends, which is the final instalment into the live-action-trilogy based upon the manga/anime of the same name, has been delayed until April.

A reason for the delay has not been provided; however the film will now receive its limited theatrical-run on the 17th April 2015 – with exact locations of where the film is being showed to be confirmed in the coming weeks. Read more of this post

Rurouni Kenshin 2: Kyoto Inferno to be released onto Blu-ray and DVD in April within the UK

Rurouni_Kenshin_Kyoto_Inferno_Japanese_PosterThose wishing to experience Rurouni Kenshin 2: Kyoto Inferno but missed out on its limited theatrical run are in luck; as Warner Bros UK have recently confirmed that they will be releasing the film on Blu-ray and DVD within the UK.

Due for release on the 6th April 2015 Rurouni Kenshin 2: Kyoto Inferno will be available as a steelbook Blu-ray and a standard DVD; which is a similiar release plan to the previously confirmed Black Butler film. Read more of this post

Warner Bros To Release Live-Action Black Butler Movie on Blu-ray and DVD Next Month

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Following on from the limited theatrical run of the live-action Black Butler (Kuroshitsuji) movie Warner Bros have announced that they will also be releasing the film on Blu-ray within the UK.

According to a report on Blu-ray.com Warner Bros will be releasing the film as a steelbook blu-ray, as well as a standard edition DVD, on the 23rd February 2015, which isn’t that far a way, whereby it will contain the entire film presented in High Definition with Japanese and English Subtitles. No bonus materials have been mentioned but we can assume that ‘at least’ a trailer will be included (or i should say i hope so). Read more of this post

Live-Action Black Butler Film To Hit UK Cinemas Next Week

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It’s been confirmed that Warner Bros UK will be bringing the live-action Black Butler (Kuroshitsuki) film to the UK and better yet it will be available in selective cinemas across the UK starting next week.

The film, which uses characters and ideals created within Yana Toboso’s Black Butler manga, takes place in the year 2020 within an Asian city and it sees our main protagonists attempt to undercover the mystery’s behind the Mummified dead bodies of various dignitaries being left within the city limits. Read more of this post

Warner Bros Announces UK Release of Supernatural: The Anime Series

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Warner Bros Home Video have recently announced that the Anime version of the american TV phenomenon, Supernatural, will be released onto DVD into the UK next month.

Made with the blessing and creative input of the original show’s creator, Eric Kripke, and featuring the vocal talents of the live-action series stars, this animated series brilliantly covers the events of the first two seasons of “Supernatural” by recreating many of the original episodes while also introducing a whole batch of brand new material that explores the Winchesters’ previously unseen childhoods and expanding upon the stories of several secondary characters. The trump card, however, is the anime’s ability to go further, visually, than any live-action TV show could ever dream of going. The result makes for essential viewing for committed “Supernatural” fans and provides an ideal primer and introduction for those yet to become possessed by the haunting and action-packed saga of the Winchesters.

As mentioned above, the Anime Series will feature elements taken from Season 1 and Season 2 of the real TV series as well as incorperate brand new storylines to make it an interesting experience for new and old fans alike.

The Supernatural Anime Series will feature 22 episodes and a whole host of extras, including Cast Commentaries and Interviews, across 3 DVD Discs. A Blu-ray release has not been mentioned, so its a DVD Only release, however it was released on Blu-ray in America last year.

Supernatural: The Anime Series is expected to be released on the 27th May 2013 within the UK and it can currently be pre-ordered from Amazon UK.