Another Ultimate Edition from Anime Limited is almost upon us, and we take this premium edition of Giovanni's Island fresh from our doorstep to take a look at its innards.
The only crisis our copy of this Kickstarter-funded Blu-ray release suffered was the Christmas post, but now we can take a look at what the basic edition of Animeigo's Blu-ray remaster of this classic OVA has to offer.
The year is over, so what were our highlights and lowlights of 2014? Read on to find out all the nominees and winners for this year, including the champion of your very own Reader's Choice Award!
As is now traditional, we'll be celebrating the end of another year by picking out our favourite releases of 2014. But how did we reach those decisions? This year, we pull back the curtain and allow you to listen in on all of our deliberations!
A new year is almost upon us, and with it a stack of new anime to greet us as our introduction to 2015. What series should you be looking out for to wave you into the door of another year?
This UK release of Yasuhiro Yoshiura's latest theatrical film promises to turn your world upside down... can its Kickstarter-funded Ultimate Edition succeed in doing just that?
Yosuke Fujita's previous feature Fine, Totally Fine has become something of a cult hit and is one of the most popular Japanese comedies currently available in the UK. However, it's been more than six years since the film was first released so with his long awaited follow-up Fuku-chan of FukuFuku Flats premiering at Raindance Independent Film Festival we caught up with him to find out just what he's been up to in the meantime.
Viva the home video release of Space Dandy! We check out every aspect of this Collector's Edition of the first season of Shinichiro Watanabe's hot, visually stunning sci-fi comedy.
We report on a selection of Japanese films screened at a special event in the historic city of York, organised by the Aesthetica Short Film Festival.
It might sound like some kind of toilet cleaning product, but hopefully this second Persona 4 fighting game isn't going to be something you'll want to flush away - we give it the once-over.
This latest game in the Project DIVA series is the story of a dystopian future where Shadow Miku impales every Vocaloid she sees. At least, it is when Andy gets his hands on the game.