When seeing the lineup for this year’s Studio Ghibli Fest, I was more than excited to see one of my personal favorites, Howl’s Moving Castle, kicking off this year’s series.… Read more Howl’s Moving Castle Review: A true timeless classic and one of Miyazaki’s best →
Anime has always been a tricky medium for me to navigate through. In my personal experience, there is very little middle ground in animes that I enjoy, and I end… Read more Made in Abyss: Journey’s Dawn Review: A recap for the series I won’t be going back for any more →
Acclaimed anime director Mamoro Hosoda takes viewers on a magical and heartwarming adventure through a young boy’s family tree in his new film, Mirai. The film follows a young child… Read more Mirai Review: Hosoda’s animated masterpiece is full of child-like wonder →
Easily regarded as both Studio Ghibli and Hayao Miyazaki’s best film, the Academy Award winning Spirited Away mostly holds up to this acclaim and brings incredibly vibrant and fun fantasy… Read more Spirited Away Review: A true Studio Ghibli classic that needs to be seen →
Seen as one of Studio Ghibli and Hayao Miyazaki’s most memorable films, My Neighbor Totoro truly is one of their best films and contains some of Ghibli’s most imaginative characters.… Read more My Neighbor Totoro Review: Truly a Studio Ghibli classic →
The House with a Clock in its Walls Review: Horror director Eli Roth proves he has a solid kid-friendly side.
Would anyone have ever guessed that if Steven Speilberg’s studio, Amblin Entertainment, was making a new fantasy sci-fi film aimed for kids that they would hire Eli Roth as director?… Read more The House with a Clock in its Walls Review: Horror director Eli Roth proves he has a solid kid-friendly side. →
Based off the popular book series, The Darkest Minds definitely has a solid atmosphere and concept that could set up a film series, but lacks the storytelling and characters that… Read more The Darkest Minds Review →