From Studio Ghibli veteran Kitaro Kosaka and acclaimed anime studio Madhouse comes Okko’s Inn—a beautiful film that will captivate audiences of all ages. Soon you’ll be able to see it in U.S. theaters, with tickets available now for English dubbed screenings on April 22 and …Read more »
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The latest feature from anime studio Madhouse and director Kitaro Kosaka—who worked as a key animator on many of Studio Ghibli’s classic anime films—is on the way to theaters in the United States. Experience Okko’s Inn for yourself in English dubbed form on April 22, …Read more »
It’s a tale as old as time, but you’ve never seen it told quite like this before. The classic Journey to the West saga comes to wildly imaginative life in the Saiyuki anime, which can now be yours in Sentai Filmworks’ complete Blu-ray collection.
Hakumei and Mikochi aren’t just small, they’re downright microscopic. Just because they stand at a meager 3.5 inches tall doesn’t mean there isn’t room for adventure, though, and you can join them on their own adorably eventful journey in the Hakumei & Mikochi anime, now …Read more »
Based on the Dame×Prince otome smartphone game, DamePri Anime Caravan brings the adventure of princess Ani and her quest for peace (and perhaps her own Prince Charming) to the world of anime. Now the full series is available on Blu-ray, and you can add Sentai …Read more »
Featured Spotlight: A deep-rooted conspiracy is brewing and VOTOMS pilot Chirico Cuvie finds himself smack dab in the center of it. With spools upon spools of truth to unravel, you’ll want to see how it all goes down for yourself, and you can now do …Read more »
The deeper you go, the more difficult survival becomes, and any attempt to return brings about its own unique perils. This is the reality of The Abyss, and 12-year-old adventurer Riko and her new robot friend Reg are about to find out just how serious …Read more »
After a massive opening in Japan, Fate/stay night [Heaven’s Feel] II. lost butterfly comes to US theaters for a special one-night event on March 14. Get hyped for the second film in the Heaven’s Feel trilogy, and find out what awaits as the intense Holy …Read more »
The Made in Abyss TV anime made waves when it first debuted, and now the harrowing journey is coming to the big screen. The series’ very first anime film, Made in Abyss: Journey’s Dawn, premieres at the Regal Cinema (LA Live) in Los Angeles, CA …Read more »
Following up on the events of the first acclaimed entry, Fate/stay night [Heaven’s Feel] I. presage flower, comes a hotly anticipated anime film sequel like no other. Fate/stay night [Heaven’s Feel] II. lost butterfly is coming to U.S. theaters for a one-night-only event on March …Read more »
One of 2018’s breakout anime hits is officially coming to the big screen for the first time with the premiere of the Made in Abyss movie. You’ll be able to follow Riko and Reg on their precarious path when Made in Abyss: Journey’s Dawn screens …Read more »
The Universal Century saga of the Gundam franchise continues in Mobile Suit Gundam NT (Narrative), a new theatrical chapter that’s about to make its debut in U.S. cinemas. This one-time screening event also marks the premiere of the English dub, and you can purchase tickets …Read more »
The Mobile Suit Gundam franchise is coming to U.S. theaters for the first time in nearly a decade! The debut of Mobile Suit Gundam NT (Narrative) is officially set for February 19, and you can check local theaters and purchase tickets in advance today.
Acclaimed director Masaaki Yuasa is known for his imaginative and provocative anime, often featuring explosively zany visuals. You might have seen his most recent series, DEVILMAN crybaby, or you may have seen GIFs of his outrageously animated sequences. Here’s a look at three of our …Read more »
The deeply emotional story of the I want to eat your pancreas anime film—based on the award-winning novel by Yoru Sumino—is officially in select theaters across the United States. Now you can see what makes this coming-of-age tale so special for yourself, with English-subtitled showings …Read more »