Satoshi Kon's affecting and inviting portrait of three homeless, Tokyo Godfathers, is a humanistic triumph, moving beyond regular anime conventions.
Animation Blu-Ray Reviews
Studio TRIGGER delights the senses with an incredibly expressive, cel-shaded anime adventure Promare.
A derivative story sinks the otherwise gorgeously animated Swift, set in France and using the locale for all it can.
A fine sequel trilogy to the original, Donten: Laughing Under The Cloud sees the possible return of Orochi.
The Point is primarily remembered today for its wonderful songs penned by music legend Harry Nilsson.
Another Day of Life's blend of animation and documentary testimony works as manipulative and dishonest piece of propaganda about the devastating civil war in Angola.
A popular Chinese legend comes to epic life in this beautiful and expressive animated masterpiece White Snake.
Hudson River Massacre (aka Canadian Wilderness) features one well scaled battle scene and universal story, if little else.
Luis Buñuel’s Surreal Animated Life Fresh from Spain comes a sensitive animated curio that should intrigue fans of classic film history. It revolves around a pivotal episode in celebrated …
One Last Hurrah for Kevin Conroy’s Batman Spinning out of the underrated Batman Beyond television series from the late 1990s, DC animation masterminds Bruce Timm and Paul Dini shepherd …
Miyazaki’s Animated Masterpiece The lush, otherworldly animation of Studio Ghibli meets fables pulled from Japanese folklore in the amazing Spirited Away. Starring a plucky young girl surviving fantastical adventures …
Groundbreaking Anime Anthology Some of the most acclaimed directors and animators in anime came together in the 2000s for Genius Party and its follow-up Genius Party BEYOND. Animated by …