This week I’ve got an anime SF film that has slipped under most fans radar, Crusher Joe. Continue reading →
Alex here. The new episode of the GSSFT Podcast can be downloaded here. This time my special guest David Stark and I discuss the first film to come out of what would become Studio Ghibli – Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind.
On a very special podcast, David Stark and I discuss what is, to my knowledge, Lauren Bacall‘s only venture into SF and Fantasy film – the Hayao Miyazaki’s 2004 animated film Howl’s Moving Castle, and its English Dub, featuring Lauren Bacall as The Witch of the Waste. Download the podcast here.
Note: One point I forgot to mention on the podcast – the film was originally slated to be directed by Mamoru Hosoda, who has directed two SF films which we’ll be discussing later on the GSSFT Podcasts – Summer Wars, and The Girl Who Leapt Through Time, before Hosada was removed from the project and Miyazaki took over.
This week I’m doing an anime prequel to a series of Japanese science fiction films that I intend to review at some point in the future – the Zeiram duology. Continue reading →
This week I have another fantasy anime I’m reviewing, specifically a four episode OVA. Continue reading →
This week I have an anime review of a swords & sorcery series based on a fairly long running series of Japanese novels. Continue reading →
This week we have a review of a recent US-Japan co-production with an Iron Man story in a variant of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Continue reading →
It’s been a while since the last time I reviewed an Anime. This time, I’m taking a look at an OVA series from the 80s, that combines horror, mecha action, and large quantities of fan-service. Continue reading →
Time for another anime review, this time with a mid-80s OVA (direct-to-video miniseries). Continue reading →
I haven’t done a weekend review for an anime series for a while, so it’s time to clear that up with another anime review. Continue reading →