Harlock: Space Pirate Hits Digital HD, On Demand and DVD on March 31st
By Staff Reports
(Los Angeles)– Director Shinji Aramaki (Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood, Halo Legends, Appleseed Saga: Ex Machina) unleashes an interstellar thrill ride with Harlock: Space Pirate on Digital HD, On Demand and DVD from Ketchup Entertainment! Based on the classic comic book and TV series, this live action family adventure stars David Matranga (Appleseed, Journey to Agatha), Emily Neves (Starship Troopers: Invasion, Journey to Agatha), and Rob Mungle (Blue Seed, Lady Death).
A mysterious space pirate of the future, Captain Harlock, is determined to return his death ship and loyal crew to a battered Earth, which has been declared off-limits by the intergalactic Gaia Coalition. The rogue captain comes up with an incredible plan to go back in time to rescue Earth, but that includes the destruction of everything, as it exists. A young soldier of the Gaia Coalition volunteers to go undercover on the infamous skull ship and assassinate Harlock, but he soon discovers things are not as they seem. As dark secrets of the past are uncovered, the fate of the entire universe teeters on a very thin edge.
Rating: Not Rated
Total Runtime: 111 minutes
Video: 2:39: 1 aspect ratio
Audio: English 5.1 and 2.0 audio/Japanese 5.1 audio
· Includes the Original Japanese version
About Ketchup Entertainment
Founded in 2008 by principals Gareth West, Artur Galstian, and Vahan Yepremeyan as a private equity and senior lending fund, Ketchup Entertainment launched a domestic distribution division in May of 2012 and is actively acquiring and distributing films across all media with direct outputs across various platforms including VOD, Netflix, DVD, Digital, television and theatrical.
Ketchup Entertainment is focused on working with established filmmakers and emerging talents. Recent acquisitions and releases include the upcoming Fast & Furious spoof SUPERFAST, supernatural thriller WOLVES, actioner VEHICLE 19 starring Paul Walker, Hunger Games spoof THE STARVING GAMES, and Jeremy Lin documentary LINSANITY.