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Canadian Theatrical News: Studio Ghibli Anime Series


Cineplex, GKIDS and Fathom Events are bringing six of the works from anime’s most beloved studio to the big screen in Canada this year. Dubbed the “Studio Ghibli Anime Series,” the one-night event screenings will take place between July and December and will showcase some of Hayao Miyazaki’s most famous feature films. 1,160 more words

Theatre News

Howl's Whiny Bitchfest // Howl's Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones

It is an oft-repeated piece of ‘wisdom’ that “the book is always better than the film”. Obviously, this is a crock of shite. 

I think most of us bookworms have gone through a small-minded phase of sneering at movie goers who didn’t read the original novels, in the same way fifteen year old Maddy thought I Wasn’t Like The Other Girls because I didn’t like One Direction.* 1,806 more words

Rage Reviews

Howl's Moving Castle

How did you come across the book?

You know what? I’m a big Miyazaki fan… I don’t know if you’re familiar with him or not. He is an animator and makes movies… and he turned this one into a movie a while back.

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CityReads NYC

A Short Reading List

Hello, hello!  As I mentioned in my last post, I’ve been slacking on my reading lately, but I’ve started up again.  I thought I would use this week’s post as a chance to share the next five books on my ever-expanding reading list.  1,185 more words

Randomness

Monthly Wrap-up: May 2017

Hi guys, haven’t been much reading nor blogging for me lately due to lots of exams and essays now… I managed to read eight books, but at least they were all actually good and I finished an entire series (too soon… still not over it). 336 more words

What is cosplay?

The word cosplay is used to describe individuals who wear costumes and accessories to represent or imitate a character from an anime, comic or tv show. 173 more words

Travel

A writer reading aka their happy place.

I haven’t been reading much this year, just a novel here and there. I know, I know, a writer not reading is like an astronomer not looking at the stars. 475 more words

A Writer's Life