AsianCrush is bringing something to the streaming side that’s definitely welcome with the Fuse: Memoirs of a Huntress property. The 109-minute film is now available on their own streaming service which you can find here. They previously brought it out on their channel on Amazon Prime for free streaming but can be rented in HD for $2.99 or purchased in HD for $9.99. It’s in its original Japanese language with English subtitles.
The series previous saw a North American release through NIS America, which we reviewed previously here.
Plot concept: Hamaji, a young huntress from the mountains, stumbles into the middle of a shogun’s vendetta against a group of human and dog hybrids, the Fusé. Rumors of Fusé murdering innocent people in the bustling city of Edo have sparked a bounty for their heads. Along with her brother, Hamaji joins the hunt for this dangerous quarry, but after accidentally befriending one of them, Hamaji is torn between two worlds: her life as a self-reliant huntress, and the young woman her new friend has helped her to uncover.