BEDIO: Studio Ghibli Marathon Update

Happy Sunday, everyone!

Welcome to the second day of Blog Every Day In October! Today I’m going to do an update post on my ongoing Studio Ghibli marathon (for more context, be sure to check out my previous post!).

I started this marathon because I got an adorable My Neighbor Totoro backpack for my birthday, even though I had never seen the film. When I went to watch the movie, I learned that most of the Studio Ghibli films are on HBO Max (except for Grave of the Fireflies), ultimately prompting my marathon.

As a reminder, before starting this marathon, I watched Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind, Kiki’s Delivery Service, Princess Mononoke, Spirited Away, and Howl’s Moving Castle.

Since my previous post, I have watched three more Studio Ghibli movies, which were The Secret Life of Arrietty, Grave of the Fireflies (I’m especially proud of this one because I struggled to find a platform that would stream it for a while there), and Only Yesterday.

Now I only have four more movies to watch: Tales From Earthsea, The Tale of Princess Kaguya, Pompoko, and My Neighbors the Yamadas.

And that’s it for today’s post! What is your favorite Studio Ghibli film? Any recommendations about which of the four movies I should watch next? Let me know in the comments below!

And on that note, I will see you tomorrow with a new post!

-Erin 🎃


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4 thoughts on “BEDIO: Studio Ghibli Marathon Update

    1. Yeah, I honestly haven’t seen most of them until this year, and it’s been fun watching them so far (: Although Grave of the Fireflies was really sad

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