Is there anything worse for a young child than to move? At least in terms of minor, annoying stuff. The anxiety of a completely new environment, a new school and, of course, the pressures of making new friends. In most situations, the “new kid” is an outcast until proven otherwise — a complete reversal of our American justice system. Everything is much different for an adult, the process is more of a pest at worst, and sometimes adults can even be excited about moving into a new home. There are literally dozens of films where moving is a major or minor plot point, which explores all of these themes. There are even a few Ghibli films that have already touched on the subject. In the world of the movies, moving can even take on more sinister circumstances — you might be moving into a city of oblins or vampires or into a haunted house. In Spirited Away, perhaps the most acclaimed film from Studio Ghibli, this concept is put on its head and spun around until it vomits.