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Wolf Girl and Black Prince (Blu-ray) (Premium Edition) (Japan Version) Blu-ray Region All
| Nikaido Fumi
| Suzuki Nobuyuki
| Hiroki Ryuichi (Director)
In-demand young actors Nikaido Fumi and Yamazaki Kento star as the titular couple in the live-action film adaptation of Hatta Ayuko's shojo manga series Wolf Girl and Black Prince. Directed by Hiroki Ryuichi (Strobe Edge), the youth romcom continues Yamazaki's hot streak of manga-based teen romances, which has included Orange, No Longer Heroine, Your Lie in April and L-DK, while Nikaido takes on lighter fare after acclaimed performances in films like My Man, Why Don't You Play in Hell? and Himizu.
High school girl Shinohara Erika (Nikaido Fumi) enjoys nothing more than telling her friends about her great boyfriend. This would be no problem were it not for one tiny caveat – she doesn't actually have a boyfriend. After she takes a photo of a cute boy she sees on the street and claims that he's her boyfriend, Erika is shocked to discover that the boy, Sata Kyoya (Yamazaki Kento), actually goes to her school. Desperate to keep the charade going, she asks Kyoya to pretend to be her boyfriend. Little does she know, the outwardly gentle Kyoya has a well-concealed cruel streak. Thus begins Erika's life as Kyoya's "pet dog."
This edition comes with a photo booklet.
Too Young to Die! (Blu-ray) (Deluxe Edition) (Japan Version) Blu-ray Region All
| Kudo Kankuro (Director, Writer)
| Nagase Tomoya
| Ono Machiko
Returning to the director's chair after 2013's Maruyama, The Middle Schooler, maverick screenwriter Kudo Kankuro takes audiences to hell in the off-the-wall musical comedy Too Young to Die! As offbeat, outrageous and unexpectedly heartfelt as can be expected from Kudo, the manic fantasy stars Kamiki Ryunosuke (Bakuman) as an unlucky teen navigating the different levels of Buddhist hell and bureaucracy, with Tokio frontman Nagase Tomoya from Yaji and Kita as his over-the-top rock demon mentor.
High school student Daisuke (Kamiki Ryunosuke) has yet to experience much of life, but he faces death straight on when the bus he's on hurls off a cliff. He wakes up in hell where he meets Killer K (Nagase Tomoya), the howling lead vocalist of underworld death metal band Hells. All Daisuke wants is to return to the mortal realm and profess his love to his crush Hiromi (Morikawa Aoi). With the help of Killer K, Daisuke will embark on an epic quest of heavy metal showdowns, hellish challenges and ill-fated incarnations, all for the chance to see Hiromi again.
This edition comes with a booklet and two bonus DVDs of special features.
Assassination Classroom: Graduation (Blu-ray) (Special Edition) (Japan Version) Blu-ray Region All
| Yamada Ryosuke
| Suda Masaki
| Abe Tsuyoshi
Time is running out fast in Assassination Classroom: Graduation, the blockbuster sequel to the 2015 live-action adaptation of Matsui Yusei's best-selling manga. Again directed by Hasumi Eiichiro, the special effects-packed school thriller concludes the action and enigma surrounding Koro Sensei, the powerful and mysterious creature who has vowed to destroy earth unless the students of Kunugigaoka Junior High School's class 3E can take him out first. With the school year coming to an end soon, the students must prepare for a final showdown with the wily Koro Sensei, who has been skillfully sidestepping the daily barrage of assassination attempts while imparting important life lessons to his teenage charges. Who exactly is Koro Sensei and what fate awaits him and the world?
Hey! Say! JUMP's Yamada Ryosuke leads class 3E as student Shiota Nagisa, while Arashi's Ninomiya Kazunari returns to not only voice Koro Sensei but also appear onscreen this time. Other cast members include Narimiya Hiroki and returning stars Suda Masaki, Shiina Kippei, Kang Ji Young, Yamamoto Malka, Kato Seishiro, Hashimoto Anna, Taketomi Seika, Yuki Mio and Kiritani Mirei.
This edition comes with three bonus DVDs containing making-of, interviews, event and stage greeting footage, special video and visual commentary with Yamada Ryosuke and director Hasumi Eiichiro.
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