Tags » Hayao Miyazaki

Be the Love

My Enchanté column from this week.

With Valentine’s Day looming, what is one to do if there is no special someone in the picture? How did we become so programmed to feel embarrassed if we’re single, or guilty if we are coupled but don’t spend enough coin on our romantic partner? 1,323 more words

New York City

Princess Mononoke: Behold Studio Ghibli’s Masterpiece!

There were rumblings this week Studio Ghibli’s animation machine could be back and whirling in action after a minor hiatus. The company’s creative genius Hayao Miyazaki may have retired, but Studio Ghibli showed its world class with the Tale of Princess Kaguya in 2013. 699 more words

Films & TV

Howl's Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones

This was my “book that’s been made into a movie” on my book bingo card, and also a book I’ve been promising a couple of my coworkers at the library for ages that I’d read after they both recommended it. 233 more words

Steampunk Hands Around the World 2016 - My Favorite Things: Howl's Moving Castle

Welcome to my second contribution to Steampunk Hands Around the World 2016 – My Favorite Things! If you’re not familiar, Steampunk Hands is a month-long blogathon in February when steampunks from all over the world come together to talk about the genre. 189 more words


Day 24: A movie worth seeing

Today I’m going to present my favorite movie. It’s perfect opportunity for me to share one of the best movies of all time by Studio Ghibli and genius Hayao Miyazaki who gifted us with many masterpieces and “Howl’s Moving Castle” is one of them.  164 more words