At party held at Phantomhive Manor is; in secret, a set up by Ciel to gather information on one of his guest for the queen. But when the attended target is murder in the middle of night, ... See full summary »
Ciel Phantomhive, the queen's watch dog, is given two tickets to go to a traveling circus for himself and his demon butler, Sebastian Michaelis. His job is to enter the circus and look for ... See full summary »
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J. Michael Tatum,
A young boy sells his soul to a demon in order to avenge his family's death and successfully lead their influential toy manufacturing company. The demon takes the form of a loyal butler who's always dressed in black and is required to protect, serve and arrive whenever summoned by his young master Ciel.
Michael C. Pizzuto,
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Johnny Yong Bosch,
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Whispers turn into screaming headlines in Earl Ciel Phantomhive's morning paper as word of the dead being resurrected takes society by storm. But when the unsavoury details of the business reach Ciel's ear, he and his superlative butler, Sebastian, book themselves on a luxury liner to look into these alleged miracles and the "Aurora Society" conducting them. As the waters lap and crash all around the vessel, mysterious individuals gather under the banner of the "Phoenix." Ciel and Sebastian may be one step closer to the truth, but have they sealed their fates by conducting an investigation on what could easily become a floating coffin...?Written by
This has to be my favorite Kuroshitsuji film that has came out so far. Totally worth the wait. The animation was spectacular, although some say the 3D and the 2D elements don't work, I think they work fine. A lot of work has obviously been put into this movie and oh my god you can see it. The fight scenes, the development with the characters design, the overall story as a remake of the Titanic. Sum it up, zombies on the Titanic. Who wouldn't want that? Also, slight damn service for Sebastciel shippers. Just saying.
I recommend this movie for any Kuroshitsuji watcher, or anime fan in general, a complete and utter masterpiece, that I enjoyed watching from the start right up until the end. Well done.
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