HELL YES! Now this is what we're talking about, damnit! Giant monsters! Destruction! Random acts of violence committed by men in wacky rubber suits! Life is good!
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Ken Osawa, Shiro Sano, Mina Fujii, Hiroyuki Watanabe Directed by Kiyotaka Taguchi Gehara is 20 minutes of pure old fashioned Japanese giant monster movie bliss.
Rumors swirled late last year that Legendary Pictures, the company behind The Dark Knight, Watchmen, and this week's Clash of the Titans remake, were in discussion with Toho about bringing the King of the Monsters back to the big screen. Today that news became official. Godzilla is back!
Shout! Factory continues to be the DVD company after the b-genre movie fans heart. As if a special edition DVD of Kingdom of the Spiders coming in January wasn't enough, Shout! now has a quartet of Roger Corman produced aquatic creature features and old school Gamera flicks in the pipeline. How's that for a reason to shout?
Still worried about the Swine Flu? Then you may want to stay far away from the rampaging piece of living Korean Pork known simply as ... Chaw! Dig it!
The final poster for the Korean giant pig flick Chaw showed up online today. It's rather small, but a higher res version should be available soon.
Just when you thought it was safe to eat pork comes the trailer for the Korean giant pig flick Chaw! This thing is set to get revenge for every sliver of bacon EVER consumed!
We've seen a lot of stuff over the years. Some bad. Some good. And the rest? They just defy rational explanation. This, my friends, is one of the really strange times when we're at a loss for words. One look at this clip for Big Man Japan (review here), and I think you will be too.
Godzilla is capable of firing a blue ray so it only figures his movies should also be released on Blu-ray (This pun works better when spoken). The King of the Monsters will finally stomp his way onto Blu-ray DVD on September 22nd when the original Japanese masterpiece gets the Blu-ray treatment.
Everyone knows Godzilla, most everyone knows Gamera, and lately even Guilala has been getting its due, but how many of you are familiar with Daimajin, the giant stone samurai statue that came to life to unleash hell upon evil shoguns in three Daiei films back in the Sixties? The giant stone samurai is roaring back to life this fall on Japanese TV.
Remember a couple of weeks ago when we let you know about a special screening of King Kong vs. Godzilla that's taking place in New Hampshire? No? Well hit that article for a quick refresher. The night of the screening a special sketch drawn by artist Steve Bissette is going to be given away and we've got a look at it for ya!
I've been anxiously following the progress of Minoru Kawasaki's revival of The X From Outer Space mon-star Guilala entitled Monster X Strikes Back: Attack the G8 Summit. Now the geopolitical giant Japanese monster comedy is set to attack American shores on June 30th.
If you’re a horror fan in the New Hampshire area, get ready for a film screening of epic proportions. On April 24th, NH-based Saturday Fright Special is hosting a viewing of a newly minted print of the 1962 monster vs. monster classic King Kong vs. Godzilla at The Colonial Theatre in Keene, NH.
Remember that hairy ass monster flick Chohatsu Daikaiju Gehara we told you about here (Gehera: The Hairiest Kaiju You've Ever Seen!)? That thing was nuts lookin'! How would you like to see it in action? We thought you would.