In an age saturated with zombie movies and TV shows, I Am a Hero does something I thought impossible: It makes zombies terrifying again.
Yugi and his friends’ story may have ended a decade ago, but there is still one last chapter to be told in the new animated film Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions.
Mere months after finishing its wildly popular anime run, My Love Story debuted on silver screen as a live-action film.
Last month we looked at a zombie-powered steampunk world in the first film adapted from the works of Project Itoh, Empire of Corpses. Now we are back with the second film, Harmony, which shows just how terrible life in a utopia could be.
We’ve seen Naruto as a hero and leader; now, in Boruto: Naruto the Movie we get to see him as a father. As it turns out, he’s pretty bad at it. That doesn’t mean this is a bad movie.