Nov 042015


Filled with sex, drugs, fast cars and hover boards, Serbian cyberpunk anime hybrid Technotise: Edit & I has all the makings of a cult classic and now comes to UK DVD for the very first time on 9th November 2015 courtesy of Simply Media. To celebrate, we’re giving away 3 copies on DVD!

Directed and written by renowned comic book author and artist Aleksa Gaji? (Scrouge of the Gods), this exhilarating sci-fi animation based on his graphic novel Technotise makes its UK DVD debut on 9th November 2015.

Belgrade, Serbia, the year is 2074.

Edit keeps failing her exams. Her parents keep nagging her. Her boyfriend’s a pothead. Her teacher is pervy. She is bored with life and no-one’s giving her a break.

When her drug-dealing friend offers to implant a stolen military memory chip into her bloodstream to improve her brain power, she jumps at the chance. Little could she predict just how powerful the chip was.

The stolen technology begins to take over her mind and body. She develops a split personality and new powers greater than she ever imagined. But, the battle is now on to retrieve the stolen technology running through her veins – and Edit has to race against time to save her life…

Meet your new hero. She’s about to blow your mind in Technotise: Edit & I.

For your chance to win TECHNOTISE: EDIT & I on DVD, simply comment below telling us which was the first anime movie you ever saw.

The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Wednesday 18th November 2015 and three valid comment will be chosen and notified by email.

• This promotion is open to UK residents only.
• Entrants must be aged 15 years or older
• One entry per household
• There is no cash alternative to Prizes which are subject to availability, non-transferable, non-negotiable and non-refundable. Prizes may not be sold, offered for sale or used in connection with any other competition or promotion by the Prize winner
• 3 winners will win 1x Technotise: Edit & I on DVD
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into.


BatWhilst I love prosthetic effects, stop-motion animation and gore, nothing can beat a good story! I adore B-movies and exploitation films in many of their guises and also have a soft spot for creature features. I review a wide range of media including movies, TV series, books and videogames. I'm a massive fan of author Hunter S. Thompson and I enjoy various genre of videogames with Kingdom Hearts and Harvest Moon two of my all time favs. I don't do 3D movies so put the red and green spex away!

  75 Responses to “Win TECHNOTISE: EDIT & I on DVD In Our Competition!”

  1. The original Akira.

  2. It was so long ago I can’t remember. Sometime during the student film clubs of the 70s.

  3. Never seen one, where should I start

  4. I think the first one I watched was Kiki@s delivery service. I’m a big fan of Hizao Mizayaki (hope that’s spelled correctly) and I love his films.

  5. Akira!

  6. The first and only anime I have ever watched (recommended by a friend because he said it was funny) was Prison School. It is about five boys who are the only male students at an all female academy.

  7. Ghost in the Shell

  8. Akira

  9. Never seen one, sorry x

  10. Akira – a classic

  11. Akira, still remember the neon soaked cityscapes of NeoTokyo.

  12. Ghost in the shell

  13. Don’t think I’ve seen one


  15. Ghost in the shell

  16. As a full length feature it would have been Ghost In The Shell too…seems like it was for many people? I loved Ulysses 31 on kids TV when I was younger 😉

  17. Ghost in the Shell

  18. Pom Poko

  19. Akira

  20. Yonks ago, too far back to remember to be honest

  21. Akira!

  22. Urotsukidoji: Legend Of The Overfiend (the cut UK version, unfortunately!)

  23. Ghost in the Shell

  24. Violence Jack. It was brutal

  25. Grave of the Fireflies

  26. I haven’t seen any anime films but my son is obsessed with the tv series Dragonball Z so I’ve seen quite a few episodes.

  27. I think the first I ever saw was Akira

  28. i dont remember this one, but would love to try

  29. i havent watched one, but my son always watches them

  30. Never watched one, am I missing out

  31. The rape scene in Kill Bill.

  32. Jin-Roh; The Wolf Brigade

  33. Mononoke Hime

  34. Ghost in the shell

  35. The first anime movie I saw was Arietty

  36. Bleach – Memories of nobody

  37. Was akira. My son put on for us to see

  38. Ghost in the Shell

  39. Akira 🙂

  40. Akira, such talented people who produce these.

  41. Akira

  42. Does Watership Down count?

  43. Akira

  44. Spirited Away…a great film

  45. Marvel Knight’s Astonishing X-Men collection, I own most of the Marvel Anime movies and they are sometimes better than the big budget hollywood movies.

  46. I have never watched one but my son has watched quite a few

  47. I remember watching Ghost in the Shell years & years ago, although I did think that Sailor Moon was rather sexy (is that perverted?)

  48. Ghost in the Shell

  49. Ghost in the shell

  50. My first was ninja scroll

  51. Akira – shown to me by my dad when I was about 12 🙂

  52. Akira

  53. Akira

  54. Akira

  55. The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

  56. Vampire Princess Miyu.

  57. Mine was Castle in the sky, it was shown on TV years ago, when there was only 4 channels! I was blown away by it, compared to the typical cartoons of the day it was epic!

  58. Akira

  59. Ponyo

  60. Never seen one

  61. The Pokemon Movie!

  62. spirited away

  63. Embarrassingly enough – Sailor Moon!

  64. Dominion Tank Police – I had it on VHS it was that long ago – hardly anyone remembers it – they did a release on dvd too called New Dominion Tank Police with the same characters and better animation 🙂

  65. never seen one yet

  66. Ghost in the Shell

  67. Akira

  68. Akira

  69. Akira

  70. spirited away

  71. Spirited Away

  72. Spirited Away xx

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