In need of a killer Blu-ray disc to demonstrate 1080p? Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence announced
You’ve just bought a Blu-ray player, and want to know what’s the best film for showing off the high resolution when your mates are around?
The film I always use whenever I have friends around, and need to demonstrate the difference between HD and standard-def (I am a terrible bore), is ‘Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence’, a Japanese anime which until now has only been available in that fine country. Bandai Visual Entertainment, the company that owns the distribution rights, has announced it’s releasing the film on Blu-ray later this year, with an English dub on the soundtrack for those who shamefully don’t like reading subtitles.
No other details have been released, but bookmark this knowledge in your brain for when you’re in need of that killer disc to impress.
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There’s no company called Bandai Visual Entertainment. Bandai Entertainment has picked up this show, which is a different company than Bandai Visual USA.