Road Rash Reviews

Escaflowne The Movie Review ****-

Cert 15 | 98 mins | 2000

4 stars for this classic anime film.
Escaflowne The Movie is a re-telling of the hugely popular television series The Vision of Escaflowne. It is directed by Kazuki Akane (Geneshaft) and produced by Studio Bones (Eureka Seven: Astral Ocean, Fullmetal Alchemist). This edition features the original Japanese soundtrack as well as the original English dub and the 2016 Kickstarter English dub.
“Oh no! I’m…more

Tokyo Ghoul – Jack and Pinto OVA Review ****-

Cert 15 | 54 mins | 2017

4 star addition to the world of ghouls.
This release features both Tokyo Ghoul OVAs (Original Video Animation), Jack and Pinto, based on the manga series by Sui Ishida, produced by Studio Pierrot (Bleach, Naruto Shippuden) and directed by Suehei Morita. It is presented here in Japanese with English subtitles.
“I move from place to place, chasing after these ghouls…”
These OVAs are set in…more

The Boy and the Beast Review *****

Cert 12 | 120 mins | 2017

5 stars of gloriously animated and engrossing storytelling.
The Boy and the Beast is written and directed by Mamoru Hosoda (Wolf Children, The Girl Who Leapt Through Time) and produced by Studio Chizu.
“I hate everybody! I hate them, hate them, hate them…”
Our story opens in the realm of the beasts, Jūtengai, where the Lord (Steve Powell – Space Dandy) has decided…more

Martian Successor Nadesico Review ****-

Cert PG | 740 mins | 1996

4 Star
War, Love and Peace.
All The Anime bring us a complete package of classic 90’s anime, in this Dual-Format release of all the episodes, OVA and feature film of the escapades of those aboard the civilian Battleship Nadesico. Directed by Tatsuo Sato (Ninja Scroll: The Series).
It is the latter stages of the 22nd century and man has gone into the…more

Fairy Tail 17 Review *****

Cert 12 | 12 x 25 mins | 2014

5 Star
Death, Destruction and Dragons.
Shinji Ishihira (Log Horizon) brings us the conclusion to the “Grand Magic Games” Arc from the manga by Hiro Mashima (Monster Soul) and what a conclusion it turns out to be. Whilst the Fairy Tail guild battle in the last day of the games, Natsu and Wendy and the two Lucy’s battle to get out of…more

A Certain Scientific Railgun S Review ****-

Cert 15 | 600 mins | 2017

4 stars for this engaging and fun fantasy tale.
A Certain Scientific Railgun S is a spin off from A Certain Magical Index, created by Kazuma Kamachi,  made by the studio J.C. Staff (Golden Time, Shimoneta) and directed by Tatsuyuki Nagai (Toradora!). It is the second series, set in Academy City during the events of A Certain Magical Index II.
The story this time centres around Mikoto Misaka…more

A Certain Magical Index Season 2 Review ****-

Cert 15 | 600 mins | 2017

4 star conclusion to this interesting if slightly confused story.
A Certain Magical Index Season 2 is based on a Japanese light novel series written by Kazuma Kamachi (A Certain Scientific Railgun) and is the second part of the story, adapted into two 24 part anime series by J.C Staff (Golden Time, Prison School). It is directed by Hiroshi Nishikiori (Ghost Slayers Amashi).
“When science and…more

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