Category: Animation

Animation Blu-Ray Reviews

Okko’s Inn Blu-ray Review

A Kawaii Ghostly Anime With Real Heart We may never see the likes of Studio Ghibli ever again depending on Miyazaki’s  growing age and remaining ambition, but the beloved …

Modest Heroes Blu-ray Review

Former Studio Ghibli Talent Create An Anthology Founded on the ashes of Studio Ghibli, anime producer Yoshiaki Nishimura’s Studio Ponoc (Mary and The Witch’s Flower) experiments with new short …

Tito and the Birds Blu-ray Review

Dazzling Artistic Visuals & Pedestrian Storytelling From Brazil comes this uniquely animated children’s movie more likely to please fawning adult critics than actual children used to the more refined …

Perfect Blue Blu-ray Review

Satoshi Kon’s Memorable Anime Masterpiece Acclaimed director Satoshi Kon’s debut film Perfect Blue was a revelation for Western audiences when it premiered in 1997. It almost immediately started earning …

Lu Over The Wall Blu-ray Review

Masaaki Yuasa’s Mermaid Anime Visionary anime director Masaaki Yuasa (Mind Game) embraces more accessible characters and conventional storytelling for Lu Over The Wall. Retaining some of Yuasa’s distinctive flair …

The Grinch 4K UHD Blu-ray Review

All Grinch’d Out If there’s a revelation in this new animated version of The Grinch, it’s that he wears pants. It isn’t fur covering his bottom half. Early in …