A former narcotics smuggler, now living peaceably in the Calabrian hills, is drawn back into his family’s drug-trade dynasty by his impetuous teenage son.
What is anime? Through deep-dives with notable masterminds of this electrifying genre, this fast-paced documentary seeks to find the answers.
Three women are sent by steamboat to an undisclosed jungle prison called "The Home of Lost Souls". Here they experience the usual beatings, whippings, cat fights and humiliations. The butch warden has a deal on the side with a local pimp who forces them to dance in bikinis at a nightclub and sexually service the patrons. Tired of cages, rape, torture and rats, the girls kill the resident snitch and escape into the jungle.
Two hardy orphans survive upon the remains of a humanity that has left them behind.
The history of the fan.
Anime Talk Show (also known as Adult Swim Brain Trust) is an animated television special that aired on Cartoon Network's late night programming block, Adult Swim, on November 4, 2004. Anime Talk Show revolved around the unofficial pilot for Squidbillies, however many people consider it the very last episode of Space Ghost, as it follows exactly the same format of the show, with Space Ghost interviewing guests. The short was dubbed "Anime Talk Show" due to it following the premiere of Perfect Hair Forever, which aired in place of what was supposed to have been the premiere of Squidbillies.
A handful of young geologists are unlucky enough to be forced to stay at a hotel in the middle of nowhere. What they don't know is that the hotel has been abandoned for twenty years, because the owner of the hotel had killed his family and all the guests two decades ago. Strange things begin to happen, and suddenly murders are committed...
Modern successor to AMV Hell series, by YouTuber Baka Oppai
More adventures of the apache Za la Mort.
An artistic improvisation in real time led day in and day out, inspired by international events as taken from the pages of the French daily newspaper Libération.
Directed by Paul Demeyer.
Doctor Who Anime is a short piece involving the Third Doctor, drawn and animated entirely in the anime style of the 1980s (ala Bubblegum Crisis, Macross, etc.) by artist Paul "OtaKing" Johnson. As the entire project (background art and hundreds of frames worth of actual animation) was undertaken by a single person, the piece was only twelve and a half minutes long. To this end, Johnson opted to present it in a kind of "next time" episode trailer format, evoking the feel of a teaser for a Doctor Who animation if one had been produced in Japan during the peak of the country's economic boom. The film was released in June 2011 after four years in development, but was taken down shortly after following Johnson's hiring by the BBC and 2entertain to work on restoring the lost 1960s episodes. Despite his pleas, he took down all of his Who work, including Jikuu Bouken...although it was quickly mirrored by other accounts.
In this edition of Starz Inside, Starz explores the increasingly popular animation style, anime. The documentary looks at the history of the genre, the pioneers and its influence in current film and television. A number of people in the entertainment industry, ranging from animators like David Silverman (The Simpsons) to actors (Michael Madsen, Michelle Rodriguez) and even musicians (Rob Zombie), participate in the episode by talking about how anime has affected their work and the way they view animation.
01. Renovatti 02. Inside Chains 03. Strength 04. For Tomorrow 05. Freedom 06. Anime Drums 07. Ninja Solo 08. Nothing To Say 09. In The Dark 10. One Life 11. Carry On 12. Immortal
Luigi Batzella directed this spaghetti western under the pseudonym "Paolo Solvay." Gioffredo Scarciofolo stars (using his standard alias, "Jeff Cameron") as Tom Carter, whose brother was murdered and robbed by the evil Ringo Brown (William Mayor) shortly after taking all his money out of the bank to marry Cora (Krista Nell), a local saloon girl. Tom is suspicious of Cora, but she helps him unmask the real killer.
Anime Unleashed was an anime block that was broadcast on the American cable TV network, G4. The block was placed on the original TechTV in early 2003 and moved to G4techTV after the two networks merged. Titles airing on the block almost exclusively came from domestic anime distributors ADV Films, Bandai and Geneon.
The story follows Ani, a princess from the minor nation of Inako. Ani is sent to the signing ceremony that will bring peace to the rival nations of Mildonia, a mighty military country, and Selenfaren, a powerful theocracy. Ani is supposed to help steer the signing ceremony along, but she runs into trouble when she encounters a handful of obstinate princes.
When someone commits a crime against anime, they don't call the police; they call the Anime Crimes Division. Detective Furaya is here to kick ass and eat Pocky, and he's all out of Pocky.
Lolita Anime is a three episode hentai OVA released in 1984. It was released by Nikkatsu Video on the heels of Wonder Kids' Lolita Anime, the first Pornographic Animated OVA. By releasing it in the same year and with the same title as Wonder Kids' seminal work, the creators may have hoped to cash in on the success of the original film. It is better known to English-speaking fans as the other Lolita Anime. The third episode, entitled "Uchiyama Aki no Omorashi Gokko" features an omorashi scene in which a girl has diapers put on her and is forced to use them. The girl in this episode features a passing resemblance to Miu of the Wonder Kids series. The first two episodes were released the same day, while "Uchiyama Aki no Omorashi Gokko" was released January, 1985.
The Lolita Anime series was created by a studio called Wonder Kids. It contains many notable firsts, as the first erotic original video animation, depicting hentai scenes which include yuri, BDSM and lolicon characters. It ran from February 1984 to May 1985 and consisted of six episodes. An alternative name for this anime is Wonder Magazine Series and it was on a manga by Fumio Nakajima, which was serialized in the lolicon magazine Lemon People.
Anime Current is an Anime Television block running on G4techTV Canada, in which one series is broadcast from beginning to end. It is similar to Anime Unleashed, a former programming block on the American G4 that broadcast Anime. Anime Current started on November 6, 2006 with R.O.D The TV. On January 1, 2007, G4techTV and Geneon Entertainment announced an exclusive deal in which Geneon titles would air on Anime Current. Previously, Geneon's first title that aired in Canada was Samurai Champloo on Razer's Kamikaze block. Ghost in the Shell: S.A.C. 2nd GIG, S-CRY-ed, The Big O, Rahxephon, Chrono Crusade, Peacemaker Kurogane and Blue Gender were the only shows to air on the block not to be licensed by Geneon. Then on June 25, 2007 the channel announced the lineup would include six series, first being, Serial Experiments Lain, Texhnolyze, Last Exile, Tokyo Underground, Ergo Proxy, and Paranoia Agent. At the end of July 2008 Anime Current reappeared on the channel's schedule, however it still has not aired on the channel. It could be an error or the channel plans to air Anime Current in the near future.
Anime Synopsis, News and Spoilers in Albanian.
The Animated Classics of Japanese Literature is an anime TV series which aired on NTV in Japan for 32 episodes from 25 April to 26 December 1986 in the 7–7:30 pm time slot. The series was unusual in that each episode was a stand-alone story based on popular and well known modern Japanese stories. The series was sponsored by Sumitomo Life Insurance. The branch offices and agents of Sumitomo Life Insurance heavily promoted the series with posters in their offices as well as commercials directly after each episode.
Anime Shūkan DX! Mi-Pha-Pu is a Japanese anime series that combined episodes of three series, Fushigi Mahou Fan Fan Pharmacy, Heli-Tako Pū-chan and Kocchi Muite! Miiko. Heli-Tako Pu-Chan was broadcast in 42 episodes, while Fushigi Mahou Fan Fan Pharmacy was broadcast in 48 episodes, both between February 14, 1998 and February 6, 1999. The series had different protagonists and own plotlines, being completely unrelated to each other.
Straight Title Robot Anime is a CG anime that first aired on February 6, 2013 in Japan. The anime is created with the MikuMikuDance animation software, and is the first MMD-based program to air on TV.
After dreaming about an anime she used to watch as a child, Minoa Asagaya could not forget a particularly memorable scene. However, despite her best efforts, she cannot recall the name of the show. Due to this, Minoa asks for help from her fellow classmates at Sakaneko High School. Her conversation is overheard by Arisu Kamiigusa, the most popular and wealthy girl in class who is also a hardcore otaku. Yet even with her vast knowledge, Arisu does not recognize the show. After discovering that there isn't an anime club at their school, Minoa and Arisu create the Anime Research Club, as they may obtain the answer to Minoa's mystery if they gather people who share the same interest. Thus, Minoa is exposed to a bizarre new world—the world of anime!