Tokyo Ghoul The Movie Blu-Ray/DVD

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About Tokyo Ghoul The Movie Blu-Ray/DVD

Riddled with gripping fight scenes and tasteful gore, this adaptation of Tokyo Ghoul brings the popular manga series to life like never before.

Ken Kaneki’s only chance for survival is an organ donation that turns him into a ghoul-human hybrid. Confused and alone, he finds sanctuary at Anteiku—a café run by the people he once considered monsters. When the innocent members of this ghoul safe house are threatened by humanity’s taste for vengeance, Kaneki will risk life and limb to protect the very world that changed his own.

Special Features: Anime Expo 2017: Cast and Crew Discuss Tokyo Ghoul: The Movie, Original Japanese Trailer, Trailers


  • Publisher: FUNIMATION
  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Action, Horror
  • Themes: Supernatural
  • Age Rating: 17+
  • Run Time: 120
  • Release Date: 4/3/2018
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Region Code: A

Ratings & Reviews

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Amazing Movie!

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This was a great movie and I totally recommend this movie to anyone who enjoys the Tokyo Ghoul franchise.

Setting the bar for live action anime adaptations!

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First, let me start by saying that, if possible, I would give this one a 4.6. However, rounding up is no problem with this title!

I saw this movie in the theaters, and I have to say, it gives me hope for future live action anime adaptations with gore.

My major pet peeve with such work has always been the use and abuse of CGI effects, which have made past titles look fake. This can be particularly bad when CGI blood splatter is involved.

Tokyo Ghoul takes such concerns and shatters them.
The effects were solid, and I would expect some of the makeup to show up at an anime convention. Use of CGI is (mostly) offset by the acting and heavy use of shadowed areas. There are some typical training montages that seem cliché, but for the most part, you are drawn into the story and finish it rooting for your favorite characters, who-ever they might be.

I could easily see a sequel to this, and if such a thing came out, I would probably be first in line to buy a ticket :)

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ok I haven't read any of the manga or watched any of the anime series yet, so this my first look at it. all I can say is WOW. the fight senses look great, the CGI looks really life like. the actor they got to play Ken does a great job. I would definitely tell people to watch this.