Japanese

Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?

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 li...[Read More]

Arrietty

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 bu...[Read More]

Pom Poko

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...[Read More]

The Wind Rises

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 figh...[Read More]

Grave Of The Fireflies

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, every...[Read More]

My Neighbours The Yamadas

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 f...[Read More]

Ponyo

A fantastic movie that was a box office smash on release, Ponyo is another gem from Studio Ghibli and the remarkable Hayao Miyazaki. A must for all Ja...[Read More]

When Marnie Was There

The final movie made by Japanese animators at Studio Ghibli, When Marnie Was There is a perfectly lovely movie tackling themes of love and emotional c...[Read More]

The Tale of The Princess Kaguya

A stunningly beautiful animated Japanese movie from the late Isao Takahata, Oscar-nominated 'The Tale Of The Princess Kaguya' is a joy to watch.