By Andrew Osmond. Anime Limited is releasing Satoshi Kon’s classic Perfect Blue in a new “Ultimate” edition, with fresh revelations about the film’s genesis. Spoiler warning: this article assumes familiarity with the film; for an introduction to Perfect Blue, see here.
by Jeremy Clarke. You watch a short, scary video on the VCR. Then your phone starts to ring… you have a week to show the video to someone else – or die! That’s the premise of Ring (1998), the horror film which took first Japan, then the world, by storm. It’s also the key title […]
By Andrew Osmond. Satoshi Kon’s Perfect Blue, which Anime Limited is releasing in a new “Ultimate” edition, is a slasher film, a psycho-thriller, and a riddle which may have no answer. In my book Satoshi Kon: The Illusionist, I wrote, “No matter which Kon film, you start with” – which for many fans would be […]
The bad news: It’s Monday. The good news: It’s new release Monday, meaning that we have another great Standard Edition Blu-ray release coming your way and available to buy right now! NEW RELEASES: 18TH MARCH 2018 KIZNAIVER FORMAT: Standard Edition Blu-ray (also available on Collector’s Edition Blu-ray and Standard Edition DVD) BBFC CERT: 15 SRP: Standard Edition Blu-ray – £34.99 | Collector’s Edition […]
By Andrew Osmond. Just out on Netfix, Love Death & Robots isn’t an anime series, but it takes Western adult animation down paths blazed by anime decades ago. It’s an anthology, with eighteen short episodes, mostly between ten and fifteen minutes each. Unlike Black Mirror, there’s no linking theme or style in stories which mix […]