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Many years back, a documentary aired that showed Hayao Miyazaki walking out of his son Goro’s film Tales of Earthsea. He was asked what he thought of the movie, to which he responded, “He’s not an adult yet.” I thought

Jazz enthusiasts, killer robots, and a real betting man are heading our way this April from Section23 Films! Check out the releases below to see what's in store! ELFEN LIED Published by: Sentai Filmworks Distributed by: Section23 Films Run Time: 350 min. Street Date: 4/6/2021 Format:

Girls who rock, psychic hitmen, and the epic theatrical trilogy of the best anime of the 2010s arrives this March from Sentai Filmworks! Check out what's to come below! ARAGNE: SIGN OF VERMILLION Published by: Sentai Filmworks Distributed by: Section23 Films Run Time: 75

King Baby Duck gets animan-y and totally insane-y over the reboot of the beloved show Animaniacs! Bill Murray tries to be a better father than he was a husband in the new film On The Rocks. Plus, on this week's

The yakuza, more alien princesses, and a pair of food-enthusiastic anime are heading to anime fans this February via Section23 Film! Check out the lineup below: TWITTERING BIRDS NEVER FLY Published by: Sentai Filmworks Distributed by: Section23 Films Run Time: 85 min. Street Date: 2/2/2021 Format:

King Baby Duck welcomes fellow Japanese music aficionado Mike Rogers, who pops on to talk about the first annual Japan Indies Film Festival! Hear all about its origins, the COVID-19 troubles, the importance of making it a global affair, and

Lupin The Third is, in a word, timeless. Since his debut in 1967 in the pages of Weekly Manga Action, the adventures of Arsene Lupin’s grandson has captivated audiences all over the world. He’s helped not only influence the likes of

Out of all the anime that came out in the 2010s, none delivered something as grand, dark, and whimsical as Kinema Citrus’s Made In Abyss. An adaptation of Akihito Tsukushi’s manga, the story of Riko (Brittany Lauda) and Reg (Luci

“I didn’t understand any of it.” These words fly out of the mouth of Ruka (Mana Ashida) near the end of Ayumu Watanabe and Studio 4ºC’s 2019 film Children of the Sea. The character goes through a lot during her summer

The summer's going by quickly, even if it feels like it's dragging more due to the lack of social stuff happening. But that's okay, as King Baby Duck looks at two pieces of entertainment that you can stream now on HBO