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Got a few decent DVD and Blu-ray releases out this week, so let's get to it. First up is the fourth installment in the uneven (yet very popular) Resident Evil franchise, Resident Evil: Afterlife. This release comes at is in a variety of ways. On DVD, Blu-ray and Blu-ray 3D which only works on 3D televisions so buyer beware.
Also out this week is FX network's hilarious, irreverant and just plain vulgar Archer: Season 1. Looks like it's only out on DVD, but if you haven't seen Adam Reed, Matt Thompson's show yet I highly recommend forgoing the HD for the laughs.
Form What I'm hearing, The American is not the Bourne George Clooney. In fact, word from friends who've seen the flick is that it's acutally a very slow and deliberate film worth checking out. So I will be.
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This week, we’re checking out feature films, TV series and Anime on our top DVD and Blu-ray releases for the week of Dec 28, 2010.
On the feature film side we’re watching The American, Legendary Assassin, Resident Evil: Afterlife, Kamui Gaiden: Movie and Twelve. For TV releases, we’re checking out Archer Season 1, United States of Tara: The Second Season and Battlestar Galactica: Razor comes to Blu-ray. Our Anime hot picks include Baccano: The Complete Series (Viridian Collection) and Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Part 3.
See Details on all Releases Below:
Resident Evil: Afterlife [DVD + Blu-ray] Release Date: December 28, 2010
Buy Resident Evil: Afterlife Season 1 on DVD
Buy Resident Evil: Afterlife Season 1 on Blu-ray
Buy Resident Evil: Afterlife Season 1 on 3D Blu-ray
The American [DVD + Blu-ray] Release Date: December 28, 2010
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It’s 17th century Japan and from a young age Kamui has been considered something of an outcast, even within his own ninja clan. Disillusioned with the laws and principles which dictate that he must use his skills to kill others, Kamui chooses to leave his past behind him and go in search of true freedom. But for a ninja freedom comes at a price and the only way to escape the bonds of the ninja brotherhood is to die.
Now a fugitive on the run from his clan, who are determined to hunt him down and eliminate him for his betrayal, Kamui finds himself constantly fighting for his life and unable to trust anyone. He eventually finds some solace when he meets »
Manga Entertainment UK has made some very interesting announcement via the label’s official Twitter account. In the first place, Yoichi Sai’s Kamui Gaiden is supposed to be released on DVD and Blu-ray Disc in the UK this Summer. The live-action adaptation of the anime classic Ninpu Kamui Gaiden opened in Japan in September 2009 and will be released there on DVD and Blu-ray Disc (without English subtitles of course) in February.
And just a few hours ago, it was also announced that Mamoru Hosoda and Satoko Okudera’s hit anime Summer Wars will be released in September in the UK on DVD and Blu-ray Disc, just six month after the subtitle-less Japanese DVD and Blu-ray Disc release from Vap.
4 items from 2010
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