Tag: isao-takahata

From Laputa to Ponoc: The Evolution of Studio Ghibli - Part One

Zoe examines the evolution of Studio Ghibli in the first of two features

The Tale of the Princess Kaguya Review

Isao Takahata's, The Tale of the Princess Kaguya comes to Blu-ray from StudioCanal.

Ghibli Blu-rays in July

StudioCanal continue their Studio Ghibli Blu-ray collection...

US Studio Ghibli titles in May

Arrietty, Laputa and Whisper of the Heart come to US Blu-ray this May...

Laputa & My Neighbours the Yamadas (UK BD) in May

Two more Studio Ghibli titles on UK Blu-ray this May...

Pom Poko Review

From Studio Ghibli comes this tale of the tanuki who wage a war on humankind, feeling under threat from the suburbs of Tokyo that are encroaching on their forest...

Pom Poko Review

<b>Dave Foster</b> has reviewed the Japanese Region 2 release of <a href=" getreview.cgi?id=1166&story=3925">Pom Poko</a>. The latest film from the Studio Ghibli stable to be given an R2 DVD release is Isao Takahata's 1994 title, Pom Poko. Cute raccoons raging war on the humans claiming their land, metamorphosis, extremely large balls and much more is on offer inside...<p>

Grave of the Fireflies (Collector's Series) Review

<b>Bex</b> has reviewed the Region 1 release of <b>Grave of the Fireflies (Collector's Series)</b> by Central Park Media (U.S. Manga). An exceptional release of this landmark antiwar film, the two-disc set is widescreen anamorphic and well-provided with special features.

My Neighbours the Yamadas Review

<b>Dave Foster</b> has reviewed the Region 2 release of <a href="getreview.cgi?id=126&story=1808">My Neighbours the Yamadas / Houhokekyo Tonari no Yamada-kun</a>, the first release seen in the new Stubio Ghibli DVD Collection and also their most recent cinematic release. Both the DVD and film excel.<p>

Grave of the Fireflies Review

<b>Dave Foster</b> has reviewed the Region 2 Japanese release of <a href="getreview.cgi?id=109">Grave of the Fireflies</a>. Based on a semi-autobiographical novel by Nosaka Akiyuki, <B>Grave of the Fireflies</b> is a tragic story that could have you in tears!<p>The review concentrates on the Japanese Region 2 release but also offers a comparison with the American Region 0 disc.<p>