Amateur Otaku, Exclusives, Movies, Podcast, RTF Originals, TV

THE AMATEUR OTAKU EP. 11 – Celebrating Studio Ghibli Part 2 (Spirited Away and Princess Mononoke)

the-amateur-otaku-ep-11-celebrating-studio-ghibli-part-2-spirited-away-and-princess-mononoke
Greetings, Otakus of All Ages!
Join The Amateur Otaku as they catch up on some of the different anime that they have been checking out lately. In midst of this, Brandon goes on a super Neon Genesis: Evangelion tangent and Doc Isak goes overboard with his madness in the best and most charming way possible. Also, as a follow-up to Episode 9, our celebration of Studio Ghibli comes to a close as we cover two more of their legendary films, Spirited Away (2001) and Princess Mononoke (1997). They share their love for these films and Brandon tries way to hard to wax poetic on the imagery and profoundness in an enjoyable deep dive on the wondrous messages and high art that emanate from these Ghibli masterpieces. You won’t want to miss their thoughts on this newest edition of the Amateur Otaku Podcast!
– What We’ve Been Watching
Celebrating Studio Ghibli Part 2
  • Thoughts on Spirited Away (2001), Written and Directed by Hayao Miyazakispirited-away-clip
  • Thoughts on Princess Mononoke (1997), Written and Directed by Hayao Miyazakiprincess-mononoke-banner
Press Play and Enjoy the Episode Here!
Like, subscribe, comment and share!
Click here for The Amateur Otaku Archive, where you’ll find our podcast episodes and editorials on great anime we know you’ll love. You can also find us on Apple PodcastsGoogle Podcasts, Spotify, Anchor and more!
If there are any topics, manga, anime or films that you would like us to cover in an episode or explored in a PRESENTS article on RevengeofTheFans.com; please lets us know your thoughts on our TwitterFacebook page or send us an email at AmateurOtakuRTF@gmail.com We really look forward to her from you! 
Thanks for listening, 
Intro and Outro music are excerpts from the soundtrack for Princess Mononoke, composed by the great Joe Hisashi of Studio Ghibli fame.
0 Comments

Brandon Alvarado

%d bloggers like this: