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Castlevania Anime Is 50% Off On Blu-Ray At Amazon

You can grab this excellent anime adaptation of Castlevania at its best price yet.


The odds of a new Castlevania video game might be about as good as Dracula seeing his reflection in a mirror, but at least the franchise has found a new lease on life with Netflix's excellent anime adaptation. Four seasons were produced for the first saga starring the dream team of Trevor Belmont, Alucard, and Sypha, and if you're looking to watch the show on Blu-ray, you can score a limited-time deal right now.

Amazon has all the original seasons available at a pretty steep discount, and these box sets also come with several extra pieces of content you won't find on Netflix. The first two seasons are discounted by 50% and can be yours for $15, while Seasons 3 and 4 are $18 each. If you're a big Castlevania fan who wants some merch, there is a Season 1 box set available that also comes with a very trendy T-Shirt.

Castlevania anime
Castlevania anime

In case you missed it when it first aired, Castlevania follows vampire hunter Trevor Belmont, powerful witch Sypha, and Alucard as they take on Dracula and his demonic armies. The second half of the show focuses on a coven of vampires looking to create their own undead kingdom, as well as the foul-mouthed Grim Reaper himself (this might just be Malcolm McDowell's best role ever).

As you'd expect, the show is violent and has beautifully animated action scenes, as well as banter sharper than a razor blade during some of the more quiet scenes. For the extras, you'll get behind-the-scenes videos, voice actor interviews, storyboards, art galleries, and more spread across these box sets.

For more Blu-ray deals, make sure to check out Amazon's promotion that lets you get three 4K Blu-rays for $33 total.

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