I bought this film on impulse, i was in a store and had a bit
of money spare and thought hey i might aswell boost up my anime
collection, so i had a look around and all i could find were
the crappy MANGA LTD budget Dvds (vampire wars and so on)and i
was about to loose hope of finding anything watchable but after
20 mins of browsing I noticed Bloodlust sticking out of the crap
like a diamond in the rough, and i immediately purchased it,and
i wasnt dissapointed.
This film is very well made, the animation, is fluid,crisp, deep
and detailed and by far superiour to anything else out there produced recently
i couldnt believe how much of an improvement it was compared to the animation
from the older OVA, it was truly breathtaking, especially the battle scenes
which are incredibly detailed and fluid.
The voice acting in this film is also of a very high standard
all of the characters sound exactly as you would think,
which adds to the realism of the animation (quick info:VHD was
one of the first anime to be made for a british dubb
originally,and then be translated to japanese).
The plot of the film is well written, keeping you on the edge of your
seat throughout, only slowing down to emphasise the end climax,
which is well realised.
This film is heart wrenching and action packed, definately a
must have for anyone, who considers themself an anime fan.