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Son of Godzilla (1967, Fukuda Jun)

Strangely enough, Son of Godzilla ends well. It’s a surprise because the film loses a lot of steam throughout. Whether it’s the human plot or the Godzilla plot, the scene inevitably fails because of director Fukuda. 486 more words

Godzilla, King of the Monsters (1956) - reviewed by George

Raymond Burr stars in this American version of the original Japanese film “Gojira”, which opened in Japan in 1954. The movie opens with Burr’s reporter character Steve Martin (hee, hee) in a wrecked building coming back to consciousness, discovering a dead body lying beside him, and passing out again. 404 more words


DR. WILLEM SAYS "SAYONARA" TO JUPITER! Actress Rachel Huggett Remembers Her Toho Star Turn

Toho’s science fiction film Sayonara Jupiter (1984) was an ambitious attempt by the studio to create an international box-office success on the level of the… 5,152 more words

Stomp Romp / Zilla Thrilla: Scads of Ape-Murder

It’s that time again. Time for another Godzilla movie review. Time for the three Godzilla fans in the audience to rejoice and everyone else to despair. 42 more words

Greatest Movie EVER

Classic Movie Night Recommendation:

Godzilla, King of the Monsters! (1956)

Sunday, June 22nd

8:00PM (ET)

The world is puzzled when near Japan ships are sunk by a blinding light emerging them from the sea. 514 more words

Classic Movie Night

Star Trek Into Darkness: Revisited

I re-watched this movie a couple of times recently. I still enjoy the movie very much, yet despite my enjoyment there was something gnawing at my stomach with this movie and I had a difficult time putting my finger on it. 717 more words

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