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Blood: The Last Vampire

  1. Gore
  2. Horror
  3. Supernatural
  4. Vampire
Blood: The Last Vampire
November 17, 2000 EST

※ NOTE: Theatrical Premiere

Teropterids are evil beasts which pose as humans and live only to drink human blood. Fortunately for the human world there are groups dedicated to destroying them. A brooding and mysterious girl named Saya is the best teropterid slayer there is, and now, in 1960s Japan, she is sent to a U. S. army base which may be infested...

[Source: Anime News Network]

Aa! Megami-sama! Movie

  1. Comedy
  2. Magic
  3. Romance
  4. Supernatural
Aa! Megami-sama! Movie
October 20, 2000 EDT

※ NOTE: Theatrical Premiere

For centuries, a god named Celestin has been imprisoned on the moon for betraying the kingdom of Yggdrasil. Released by the fairy Morgan Le Fey, Celestin travels to Earth to reunite with his former pupil, the goddess Belldandy. Things go awry as Celestin erases Belldandy's memories of her boyfriend Keiichi and uses her as a catalyst to wreak havoc on Earth and Yggdrasil.

Alexander Senki Movie

  1. Action
  2. Adventure
  3. Avant-garde
  4. Historical
  5. Military
  6. Mystery
  7. Supernatural
Alexander Senki Movie
October 6, 2000 EDT

※ NOTE: Theatrical Premiere

Alexander Senki (アレクサンダー戦記 Arekusandā Senki?), known in English as Reign: The Conqueror, is a Japanese anime first released in 1999. A re-imagination of the life of Alexander the Great based on the novel by Hiroshi Aramata, Alexander was intended to be a ground-breaking international production that drew on all the resources of the worldwide adult animation community. The design of characters and settings was given to Peter Chung, the Korean-American animator behind Aeon Flux; most of the production work was also handled by Korean animators.

Taiyou no Hou: El Cantare e no Michi

  1. Fantasy
  2. Historical
Taiyou no Hou: El Cantare e no Michi
October 27, 2000 EDT

※ NOTE: Theatrical Premiere

This grand-scale spiritual animated film reveals the secrets of the creation of the universe, the reincarnations of the supreme God who guided numerous past civilizations including Mu, Atlantis, and Ancient Inca. The Laws of the Sun is a piece that provides visual answers to the fundamental question, “What is the purpose of the universe?”