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Evangelion 1.11: You Are [Not] Alone Blu-ray Review

The rebuild of this classic mecha anime franchise arrives on Blu-ray with a reference 1080p video transfer and two superb 7.1 TrueHD soundtracks.

Heroic Age: The Complete Series Blu-ray Review

Greek mythology and science fiction come together in this action-packed anime from Funimation, but the video quality is once again a bit of a disappointing transfer.

Stargate Universe 1.0 Blu-ray Review

With a strong ensemble cast, this character-driven sci-fi drama is the grittiest, most mature series in the Stargate franchise yet, but with 9 episodes at an SRP of $69.99 ($39 on Amazon) they must be living in another universe.

Doctor Who: The Complete Specials Blu-ray Review

David Tennant is given a fitting farewell as The Doctor with this strong collection of Doctor Who specials on Blu-ray from the BBC.

Surrogates Blu-ray Review

This highly derivative Bruce Willis sci-fi vehicle offers up some stunning visual effects and a competent Blu-ray transfer, but the ultimately unsatisfying film means it may be no more than a weekend renter.

Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle: Season One Blu-ray Review

This fantasy-fueled manga series makes it to Blu-ray in a 1080p hi-def presentation from Funimation.

Franklyn Blu-ray Review

Gerald McMorrow's debut feature, Franklyn, is a visually impressive and complex mixture of gothic sci-fi, romance, and thriller that turns its back on traditional Hollywood storytelling.

Akira Blu-ray Review

What price ultimate power? The thrilling and groundbreaking cyberpunk anime from Katsuhiro Otomo's manga asks this question and more and does it in a solid 1080p transfer with a reference 192/24 Japanese 5.1 soundtrack on Blu-ray Disc.

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