Kizumonogatari Part 3 Reiketsu Blu-ray
About Kizumonogatari Part 3 Reiketsu Blu-ray
Kizumonogatari Part 3: Reiketsu contains Part 3: Reiketsu Original Soundtrack CD, Deluxe booklet, Pin-up postcard set, package illustrated by Akio Watanabe (Character Designer).
PART 3: REIKETSU STORY
With help from Meme Oshino, the apparition specialist, Koyomi defeats the three powerful vampire hunters: Dramaturgy, Episode and Guillotinecutter. Koyomi takes back all the limbs of Kiss-Shot-Acerola-Orion-Heart-Underblade in order to become a human again. But, when he returns to Kiss-Shot, she reveals to him the cold truth of what it means to be a vampire—a creature of the night. Unable to take back what he has done, Koyomi feels nothing but regret and can only deny his dreadful fate. While Koyomi is struggling to face reality, his “friend” Tsubasa Hanekawa comes to him with a certain plan…
THE ORIGIN STORY OF THE MONOGATARI SERIES - THE FINALE OF THE TRILOGY MOVIE!
This highly anticipated film has brought together an all-star creative team including Director Tatsuya Oishi (Series Director of BAKEMONOGATARI), Character Designer Akio Watanabe (Monogatari Series), Chief Director Akiyuki Shimbou (Madoka Magica, Monogatari Series, NISEKOI) and Studio SHAFT (Madoka Magica, Monogatari Series, NISEKOI).
Due to licensing and contract restrictions, this product can be sold and shipped to the US and Canada only. It cannot be shipped to Japan. All sales are final. It may be returned for an exchange if defective, but unfortunately we are unable to offer refunds.
Ordering Note: All sales for this item are final. It may be returned for an exchange if defective, if a replacement is not available a Gift Card will be issued.
- Publisher: ANIPLEX OF AMERICA
- Media: Blu-ray
- Spoken Language: Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Action, Mystery
- Themes: Supernatural
- Age Rating: 16+
- Run Time: 82
- Release Date: 11/21/2017
- Dimensional Weight: 0.5
- Region Code: A
Ratings & Reviews
A must for fans of the series
by Manuel -
Part 3 was a satisfying ending to the prequel movie series. The movies have followed the books well and part 3 isn't an exception. The movies have had time to show the details of the characters as you see how Koyomi and Kiss-shot got their start. If you're a Monogatari fan then it will be difficult to be disappointed with the Reiketsu, though you should definitely watch the Part 1 and 2 first.
An End To An Amazing Trilogy
by Steven -
I am so happy with how this part turned out. I am a big fan of the book and I now own all 3 parts of the movie trilogy! The animation is fantastic! Shaft really nailed all the key points. There was really only one scene I felt was way too unnecessary but other than that it was amazing. A must for any who is collecting the trilogy or just a fan of the Monogatari series in general.
I can die happy now
by SUS -
The box the movie came in was in a very nice condition the material of the box feels silky and smooth and just overall nice to touch the same can be said for the booklet and postcard the way the movie came looked so nice that i thoroughly washed my hands twice before i even opened the case the film itself is an absolute masterpiece although i usually try to set my standards low for any movie i watch, i watched this movie with extremely high standards yet it still managed to exceed those standards it follows everything that the original Light Novel but better giving us some refreshing new imagery filled with small and sometimes more notable references to past monogatari seasons and as if i needed to say this but the artstyle is absolutely phenomenal it's the perfect blend of CG and 2D animation put together into one beautiful creation i definitely recommend this if your a fan of the monogatari series
A hell of an ending/beginning?
by Jesse -
This is part 3 of the trilogy and a solid(?) ending(?) to the story called Kizumonogatari.
Like the previous entries, this movie has great animation and does well to convey the story and characters. Kiss-shot's complete form is just beautifully drawn and the final confrontation is a crazy kind of amazing. That scene with Tsubasa was more intense than I imagined it would be, though.
Overall, there wasn't much I could find faulty in this one. I highly recommend it, especially if you already have the other 2 parts.
A fitting finale to this trilogy.
by Roy -
A great finale to the series. It's the longest and easily the best looking. Every scene is overflowing with creative design and eye watering visuals, I didn't want to look away for a second. The confrontation feels heavy and it doesn't feel like any other fight I've seen as the visual style takes over.
The box felt just as good as the other two and the white is a great addition to the blue and red (Even if it blends into my white shelf). The art booklet is informative just like the other two and it's always nice to have the soundtrack.
Very much worth getting.