My favourite period of Godzilla movies has always been the Heisei era. While maybe not as well known as the golden period of the series (i.e. the 1960’s or Showa), the Heisei period did still release some of the most well known and most beloved films in the series. Continue reading “Top 5 1990 Godzilla Films”
Five years have passed since the Return of Godzilla, and Japan has steadily rebuilt itself since then. A Japanese scientist, still mourning the passing of his daughter however, has decided to mix the DNA remains of his daughter with a Rose bush, and a collection of Godzilla cells! Continue reading “Godzilla vs. Biollante”
The Toho Big Five are not (as far as I am aware) a major crime syndicate, or at least not who I am in the process of posting about! No, The Toho Big Five are a group of Giant Movie Monsters (sometimes referred to as Kaiju) who have appeared in movies in all three periods of the Godzilla Franchise. Continue reading “The Toho Big Five”
Just thought I would try to do an ABC list of all things Godzilla.
Original Continue reading “Acrostic Godzilla”
In the year 2204AD, a submersible has discovered the remains of a giant, three headed dragon at the bottom of the ocean, one of the heads is missing! Back in 1992, over the skies of Tokyo, a U.F.O. is spotted. At a Dinosaur Museum in Hakata, a crazed old man claims to have seen a real-life dinosaur. What could all these things possibly have to do with one another? Continue reading “Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah”
For over a week now, possibly two; I have been scouring the internet looking for details or news for a movie trailer.
Continue reading “Waiting For A Trailer”
Godzilla vs. Gigan is a Japanese Giant Monster Movie released in 1972 and the 12th film in the Godzilla series. Much like other Godzilla film’s released in the 1970’s, the film was made on a low-budget and used a lot of stock footage from previous films to make up some of the film. One key use of stock however is entirely unique to this film: The Soundtrack. In fact, if this piece of stock wasn’t used, we may never have heard one of the most memorable tracks in the entire series. Continue reading “The Gigan Soundtrack”