There’s nothing quite as satisfying as a giant rubber monster movie. Although they’re cheesy as hell and a little on the goofy side, these flicks will forever hold a special place in my heart. Given how easy it is to create a movie with insanely lackluster CGI these days, it’s refreshing to know that there are filmmakers out there who are interested in doing something with a decidedly old-school flavor.
Enter director John Migliore’s Space Monsters Must Die, a sci-fi comedy in the vein of legendary filmmaker Ishiro Honda’s 1968 classic Destroy All Monsters. Although plot details are few and far between at the moment, Undead Backbrain reports that Migliore’s flick will serve as an homage to the giant monster movies from the 50s and 60s. Production is presently under way.
To stay up-to-date with Space Monsters Must Die and its development, hang around the flick’s official Facebook page. And be sure to check out Undead Backbrain’s extremely nifty article about the movie. Otherwise, have a look at some pre-production pics below.