Pokemon Movie 14-16 Collection: Black & White Review
Film Review

Pokemon Movie 14-16 Collection: Black & White Review

Pokemon Movie 14-16 Collection: Black & White Review
Overall Pokémon Black & White Movie Collection is a mixed bag. Older Pokémon fans like me will be left wanting for much better content and days gone by when Pokémon movies were actively good, but the younger/newer audience are more likely to get a kick out of Ash’s latest adventures.
• 10th July 2018
Occultic;Nine Part 2 Review
Anime Review

Occultic;Nine Part 2 Review

Occultic;Nine Part 2 Review
Overall, Occultic;Nine continues to be a show that I can’t recommend to everyone. I think sci-fi fans will likely get a lot out of it, and the gripping nature of the story will pull you in. Just don’t look too hard at the story or it’ll give way beneath you.
• 2nd July 2018
Girlish Number Review
Anime Review

Girlish Number Review

Girlish Number Review
Girlish Number is a fun and exciting look into what it means to be a voice actor. While the story isn’t always realistic, it’s so enjoyably crazy that it really doesn’t matter.
• 26th June 2018
Hyouka Part 2 Review
Anime Review

Hyouka Part 2 Review

Hyouka Part 2 Review
Without putting a single foot wrong, Hyouka works to capture your heart and entertain you with a strong cast of characters and well thought out scenarios. If you’re a slice of life fan or even just a Kyoto Animation fan, this series is for you.
• 22nd June 2018
ERASED – Part 2 Review
Anime Review

ERASED – Part 2 Review

ERASED – Part 2 Review
After a sadly long eight months wait, the second half of the 2016 hit ERASED finally makes it to disc here in the UK. After such a promising first half, does the series get the big pay-off it deserves? Read on to find out! (Although you’ve probably already watched the end on Crunchyroll or Netflix in the past 8 months due to understandably running out of patience, but hey-ho…)
• 27th April 2018
Kiss Him, Not Me! Review
Anime Review

Kiss Him, Not Me! Review

Kiss Him, Not Me! Review
Kiss Him, Not Me! is a true delight for shojo fans. While there might be some questionable content in terms of its realism, the series is undeniably great fun and not as shallow as the first episode or two would suggest. Shojo, especially good shojo, is so frequently not brought to home video in the UK that this is a rare treat all fans of the genre should give a go.
• 25th April 2018