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My Hero Academia – the Two Heroes: the cover of the Home Video edition of the Plus Ultra

My Hero Academia – the Two Heroes: the cover of the Home Video edition of the Plus Ultra

On the 13th of February 2018 will be released in Japan and online stores in the edition of the DVD/Blu-Ray of " My Hero Academia: Two Heroes, the first animated feature film produced by Studio Bones, directed by, and inspired by the manga series, Kohei Horikoshi.The edition will be available in two variants:...

Rick and honor of his wedding: in September, the 3 seasons on home video and in ITALIAN

Rick and honor of his wedding: in September, the 3 seasons on home video and in ITALIAN

Eagle Pictures and Turner have signed a distribution agreement for Home Video of the famous series Robot Chicken, Rick and honor of his wedding, Good Behavior, and 4 Blocks.After Robot Chicken, in the month of September will be the turn of Rick and honor of his wedding, available in both DVD format and...

5 box sets to give away at Christmas to the fans of cinema and tv series

5 box sets to give away at Christmas to the fans of cinema and tv series

Christmas is coming and as every year now, the major companies are competing to see who will pull out from the cylinder and the box, the most original and eye – catching, limited edition or not – that will make the joy of fans and collectors and listening. This year have been exceeded and we MangaForever...

The Unforgiven in 4K is the last frontier of the western high-definition | Review of Home Video

The Unforgiven in 4K is the last frontier of the western high-definition | Review of Home Video

The release in home video de The Unforgiven original Unforgiven) for the first time in Ultra HD 4K by Warner Bros Entertainment Italy, is the perfect opportunity to fully understand why this film has been a staple of the western genre – or the end of the “classic” – and its importance for the cinema...