Sci-Fi/Fantasy

Being Human (US)

Before all they had to worry about was trying to fit into the human world but life is ever changing, even for monsters, and now Aidan (played by Sam Witwer), Sally (playedy by Meaghan Rath), and Josh (played by Sam Huntington) are in for some hard times.... Read more
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Continuum

In the year 2077 a group of terrorist kill thousands of innocent people when their true targets where only a few of the heads of the corporations that run things.... Read more
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Tenchi In Tokyo

While Tenchi In Tokyo was not one of the most well received installments in the franchise due to several changes in the franchises canon it’s still a rather enjoyable installment.... Read more
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Wolf Lake

Dorothy was afraid of the lions and tigers and bears, but in the forests around the small town of Wolf Lake it is the werewolves you need to be concerned about.... Read more
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Aria: The Scarlet Ammo

I had some real trouble with Aria The Scarlet Ammo. Not because it lacked in some pretty great action and some decent characters, but because I’ve been here before, quite literally, as of late. ... Read more
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Tenchi Muyo! Universe

Like most, Tenchi Muyo! was the first anime we’d ever seen on television, thanks to Cartoon Network. I’d come home off the graveyard shift, kick off my shoes, gab something to eat and flip on Tenchi. Even dead tired I’d be awake through the whole thing.... Read more
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Deadman Wonderland

Ganta and his classmates can do nothing but talk about the upcoming field trip to Deadman Wonderland, a prison/carnival where the inmates act as the cast in, what they don’t know yet, some pretty gruesome entertainment.... Read more
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Alcatraz

ALCATRAZ:... Read more
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Ga-Rei-Zero

Ga-Rei-Zero has one of the most interesting openingS to an anime I have ever seen. One minute you’re watching this awesome duo of motorcycle riding demon slayers cutting down zombies and giant monsters and the next, well, I’ll leave that for you to find out.... Read more
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Hellsing Ultimate

Back when Hellsing, Like Full Metal Alchemist, began airing in its anime form, the manga edition for the series from which it was adapted was not finished. That being said the anime had to take liberties with the storyline in order to close out its run. Sound familiar?... Read more
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