By Raz Greenberg. Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner, a cinematic adaptation of a novel by Philip K. Dick about a bounty hunter on a mission to eliminate androids, debuted in 1982 and forever changed the way we think of the future. While the dystopian cinema of the 1970s gave us its share of dirty and polluted landscapes, Blade […]
If our catalogue of titles is anything to go by then you know that we (Anime Ltd.) love to bring films or TV series to the UK audience that perhaps haven’t had much exposure in the past or in some cases have never been released. Today we’re delighted to bring an unboxing of a set that’s […]
By Andrew Osmond. This month, the Titans are exploding into British cinemas and home formats, with the release of Season two of Attack on Titan, which was simulcast last spring. Next Wednesday, 21st February, there’ll be a one-day release of the feature film edition, Attack on Titan: The Roar of Awakening, at selected cinemas.
Most likely you’ll already have seen our continued efforts to bring the best new theatrical anime this year with our announcement of Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms last month, but we’re not stopping there and are still hard at work building an incredible slate of films for 2018 to bring to cinemas around the UK, […]
By Andrew Osmond. Princess Mononoke: Understanding Studio Ghibli’s Monster Princess is published by the Bloomsbury Academic imprint, with the kind of academic price-tag this blog has often complained about. But most of the anthology’s authors are doctoral candidates or university lecturers, and the book’s main readership will surely be university students who can access the […]