This year is a huge year in terms of anime releases; be it for sequels to previously existing series, brand new series, or movies you really need to catch up on from last year – there’s a ton you’ll want to buy, and if you aren’t a collector, now is definitely the time to start. With that in mind, we’ve gone ahead and gathered up our top picks. here’s a rundown of the best anime blu rays to watch and buy in 2018
If you recently became the owner of a new 4K television this Christmas, you’ll probably want something to take full advantage of your new toy. Check out this Samsung Smart 4K Ultra HD 3D Blu-ray Player from Samsung. Obviously it can play 4K UHD Blu-rays, but it can also hook into YouTube, Netflix and Amazon Prime too so you’ve got a wealth of 4K streaming content to pick from as well. Today it’s just £169 in the Currys PC World January sale.
Grab this collection of seven Stanley Kubrick films, featuring: Lolita, A Space Odyssey, A Clockwork Orange, Barry Lyndon, The Shining, Full Metal Jacket, and Eyes Wide Shut. All restored to blu-ray quality, this is a perfect gift for any cinephiles in your life. Grab it at Amazon where it’s cheaper than anywhere else.
Join Frankenstein, Dorian Gray and other horrors in Victorian London in dark psychological thriller Penny Dreadful. Although cancelled prematurely, this show’s first and only series amassed a cult following and broad critical acclaim. Save 62% on the entire thing over at Zavvi right now.
Packed with all the classic Terminator films running from the cult-tastic first to 2009’s Salvation, this box-set guarantees many hours of strange killer robot based fun-times. You can grab 25% off it currently at Tesco. Additionally, there’s a bunch of mini features on the making of the films and the legendary special effects, so it’s sure to keep any fans of the ruthless cyborgs satisfied.
Just in time for the descent of Halloween and spooky times all round, you can grab this Nightmare on Elm Street blu-ray box set for £12.99, saving £37 on the full price. Featuring the original seven nightmares, and a remastered version of the first, it’s the perfect time to reacquaint yourself with the cult horror franchise. Whether you’re an 80s movie fan, culture vulture or horror aficionado — switch out the lights and settle in for the night with Freddy (try not to doze off, obviously).