Animation

Animated Series & Films

Japan Sinks 2020 is the reboot of the original series and is based on a major earthquake that strikes Japan causing death and devastation, and the country to start sinking! Not the greatest Anime made...[Read More]

How did it all begin for the legendary Tony Stark? Iron Man: Armoured Adventures, takes you back to high school when 16-year-old Tony first designed his famous armour in this fun animated series.

A fun and light-hearted Anime series that's like a mash-up of Greek mythology and an online multi player game. Easy to watch even if it does have a little too much 'fan service'!

BAO is the cute animated short from Disney and Pixar. It tells the tale of a Chinese-Canadian mother who is struggling with empty-nest syndrome. Her loneliness is assuaged when one of her dumplings co...[Read More]

Follow the animated Nekton family as they explore all manner of life and artifacts deep in the oceans, in The Deep. Perfect for kids, it's a blend of informative fun along with a crashing wave of adve...[Read More]

Based on The Borrowers, Arrietty is the Japanese Anime adaptation from Studio Ghibli. It may not be the best-animated movie to come from the studio but it's still beautiful and great for younger audie...[Read More]

Studio Ghibli and director Isao Takahata come together again with Pom Poko, a story that details the Tanukis, a mischievous group of animals that seek to disrupt aggressive urban development in Tokyo.

The last movie from acclaimed director Hayao Miyazaki, The Wind Rises is a fictionalised look at the life of Jiro Horikoshi, designer of the Zero fighter planes used by the Japanese Air Force in World...[Read More]

As Studio Ghibli movies go, Grave Of The Fireflies is almost certainly the most harrowing. From the despairing lows to the soaring highs of joy, everything about this Isao Takahata masterpiece will le...[Read More]

A brilliantly thought out kids cartoon mystery series, The Hollow keeps the viewer guessing as much as it's characters making it a real-time treat for any budding Sherlock Holmes out there.

One of the few Studio Ghibli movies to be created by Isao Takahata, My Neighbours The Yamadas is more a series of mini glimpses into the life of one family rather than a full movie with a defined plot...[Read More]

Reviving everybody's favourite sarky cartoon mouse from the 80s, the new Danger Mouse is better than ever and a real treat for a new generation of kids as well as their parents who can reminisce and l...[Read More]