The latest feature film from Makoto Shinkai, Weathering With You, has had a trailer out for a little while but now there’s an official subbed release. Catch it inside.
Tokyo Ghoul S is the eagerly anticipated follow up to the previously released, Tokyo Ghoul live action film. Here’s the first 2 minutes for you.
Fans of Makoto Shinkai will be familiar with his past stellar works such as 5 Centimetres Per Second, The Garden of Lost Words and the sublime, Your Name. Here’s a look at his latest offering.
Fans of long running series Crayon Shin-chan will be pleased to see that the website for the latest film, Eiga Crayon Shin-chan Shinkon Ryokō Hurricane ~Ushinawareta Hiroshi~ (Crayon Shin-chan the Movie: Honeymoon Hurricane, Lost Hiroshi), has just been updated with a new trailer. For those you keeping count at home, this marks the 27th! film in the series.
Warner Bros. have treated us to a brand new trailer for Detective Pikachu which shows some Pokémon we haven’t seen in the previous trailers. Gotta love Snorlax sleeping in the middle of the street in typical fashion. Have a look below and see if you can find the hidden Pokémon…
There is something special about walking out of a screening full of emotion and constantly thinking about the film three days later, but here we are. Brisbane anime fans got the unique opportunity to be the first in the country to see the brand new film ‘Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms’ when it was […]
Genocidal Organ is another film from the Project Itoh Collection. Project Itoh, for the uninitiated, is a collection of manga that have received the anime treatment, with Genocidal Organ being the debut release. Another film from the collection is Harmony, which we’ve previously reviewed and can check out here.
This is going to be a quick review of the release of this amazing film on blu ray. We caught A Silent Voice in the cinema during its theatrical release and gave it big thumbs up. If you missed that review, you can catch it here.
Already a classic, Makoto Shinkai’s animated feature film, Kimi no Na wa, or Your Name recently aired on Japanese television and the initial ratings report say that it fared very well.
Here’s a sneak peek at the live action adaptation of the Fullmetal Alchemist live action film. It’s really cool seeing before and after the CG effects were added, seeing how movie magic makes the unreal come to life and create these unbelievable worlds that we’ve only seen in the anime or the manga.