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Isao Takahata and his Tale of Princess Kaguya

Isao Takahata and his Tale of Princess Kaguya

There’s a real treat in store for all those eagerly awaiting the UK theatrical release on 20th March of Studio Ghibi’s Oscar-nominated The Tale Of The Princess Kaguya. In selected cinemas, alongside the film itself, comes a superb documentary entitled Isao...
Good Luck Girl

Good Luck Girl

Helen McCarthy goes in search of a teenage goddess Momiji Binboda is no normal teenage girl, but a Goddess of Misfortune sent into the human world to correct a dangerous imbalance in the flow of good fortune and happiness. Far too much of that positive energy has been...
Halo: Nightfall

Halo: Nightfall

Hugh David locks and loads for Locke Jameson Locke is a legendary manhunter and agent with the Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI), Earth’s most powerful and secretive military branch. When he and his team are caught in a horrific biological attack, they unravel a plot...
Ben-To

Ben-To

Andrew Osmond on an anime supermarket sweep Scott Pilgrim vs the World, in a supermarket. Well, that’s one way of summing up Ben-To, a wild anime comedy in which ‘ordinary’ citizens engage in Matrix-sized brawls over the holy grail of living on a budget; the bargain...
Tatsumi

Tatsumi

Andrew Osmond on the real “adult” manga The animated Tatsumi (available on British DVD from Soda) is a true curio. It was made in Singapore in tribute to a Japanese comic artist, who was drawing grown-up picture stories decades before Death Note. Tatsumi is not an...

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