Watch Hayao Miyazaki Create Studio Ghibli In This Amazing Documentary

Interested in what happens inside the world's most famous anime studio? Then you'll need to check out the documentary The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness, now available on VOD. We have an exclusive clip from the doc, where a relatively young Miyazaki gives a "love it or leave it" speech to his new employees. » 12/12/14 1:21pm 12/12/14 1:21pm

And the next beloved children's book Ghibli is animating is...

When Marnie Was There, the 1967 novel by Joan G. Robinson. It was #18 on Hayao Miyazaki's list of recommended children's books, so this shouldn't be a shock, although it's worth pointing out that Marnie will be directed by The Secret World of Arriety's Hiromasa Yonebayashi, as Miyazaki still maintains he's retired. » 12/12/13 9:20am 12/12/13 9:20am

Studio Ghibli's newest movie is like nothing you've ever seen

The newest movie from Studio Ghibli is not the newest movie from famed director Hayao Miyazaki. The Tale of Princess Kaguya is actually the first film by Ghibli co-founder Isao Takahata in 14 years. His films are usually overshadowed by Miyazaki's work... but this trailer reveals this probably won't be a problem for … » 10/23/13 11:20am 10/23/13 11:20am

Sam and Dean enjoy each others' musk in this Supernatural gag reel

The Winchester brothers may spend most of their time hunting demons, but that still leaves them plenty of time to act like idiots, forget their lines, and make each other blow takes as this lengthy Supernatural season 8 gag reel proves. Also, there's a bit of unnaturally long bro-hugging for you fan fic-ionados. Enjoy! » 9/12/13 3:20pm 9/12/13 3:20pm

8 amazing works you may not have seen from anime's greatest directors

Hayao Miyazaki. Osamu Tezuka. Hideaki Anno. You know these names, and if you don’t, you know their work (Spirited Away, Astro Boy and Evangelion, respectively). But not every awesome anime in every famous director’s oeuvre gets the same attention, so here are eight works by anime's greatest directors you probably… » 7/25/13 10:00am 7/25/13 10:00am