Well, specifically this box set contains the original seven Nightmare on Elm Street movies (including the weirdly trippy New Nightmare), all on freshly remastered Blu-ray and bundled up for only £15 this week, thanks to Zavvi’s current offer.
The line “the book was better” is something of a catchphrase among a certain kind of hipster, and while it’s often true, sometimes it’s not. A director or screenwriter understands what makes a book great or how to translate it a different medium, and can reimagine the magic in a different way. And while there’s some examples that won’t surprise anybody, there’s also a whole range of great movies based on books without people realising the literary inspiration behind them! Bearing that in mind, for World Book Day 2021 we’re celebrating the best movies you probably didn’t know were based on books. And if you did know… well, congratulations on being so well-read.
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