Mary and the Witch’s Flower could easily be mistaken for a classic Studio Ghibli film, and that’s not a bad thing.
A Japanese take on the Caped Crusader, fans pay homage to an iconic anime movie, and the Big G himself comes back to Netflix.
The “Grave of the Fireflies” director was one of the founders of the legendary Studio Ghibli.
All flaws aside, there’s no denying that this anime series is visually stunning.
The streaming service will produce 30 anime titles alone next year.
Hiroyuki Morioka’s space opera boasts impressive world-building, complex storylines, and a realistic approach to space combat.
The best openings offer condensed versions of everything that’s good and promising about the title in question.
Visually stunning melodrama, hardcore sci-fi action, futuristic kaiju, and the return of a zany classic.
An excellent opportunity to see some of the greatest and most beloved animated films of all time.
But those hoping to see lots of the manga’s vast, dystopian weirdness may be slightly disappointed.
Makoto Shinkai’s latest is a thoughtful, winsome, and visually gorgeous film.
The first Evangelion walks a tricky line between appealing to otaku without feeling like a shameless cash-grab.
These hour-long mixes of Studio Ghibli music reveal a body of work that’s also deserving of recognition.
The human-devouring giants are back, along with more existential dread, bloody melodrama, and high-flying action.
This marks the first time that “Ocean Waves” will get a theatrical run throughout North America.
The latest from Wit Studio and Tetsurō Araki is a gruesome, action-packed series featuring human-devouring monsters and steampunk samurai.
The film follows a boy and girl who find themselves inhabiting each other’s bodies.
Tomohiko Itō’s latest anime is rooted in tragedy, loss, and a search for restoration and redemption… and time travel.