Godzilla Vs. Megalon

In mid-to-late 1972, Japanese movie studio “Toho” conceived an idea to develop of a non-Godzilla movie as a breath of fresh air. The company created a contest for kids to create their own robot for a chance to see their original creation on the silver screen. Every kid drew their own unique robot. Toho viewed […]

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Flashback Review: Godzilla 2000

After Roland Emmerich’s disastrous remake of Godzilla 1998 was critically panned by critics, (most notably Gene Siskel & Roger Ebert) longtime fans and movie goers. Japanese movie studio, “Toho” worked on a proper revival to bring back the real Godzilla on the big screen. In retaliation, Toho renamed Roland’s Godzilla as “Zilla.” Then they made […]

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Classics Review: Godzilla (1954)

In the aftermath of World War II. Tensions arise when The Cold War began escalated with many countries including America, Russia, Japan, China, North Korea, South Korea, Cuba among many other countries becoming paranoid fearing that another World War might happen immediately. The Cold War lasted from 1947-1991. Back when The Cold War was around […]

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Pacific Rim

Filmmaker, Guillermo Del Toro, (Hellboy, Pan’s Labyrinth, The Shape Of Water) was hired to help out screenwriter, Travis Beacham, to polish his screenplay called, “Killing On Carnival Row.” The script is about a giant robot battling a giant monster. After Guillermo came up with a theme involving survivor’s guilt in much a realistic tone, rather […]

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Cloverfield

Showrunner, J.J. Abrams (Lost, Star Trek, Super 8, Star Wars: The Force Awakens) visited Japan to promote “Mission Impossible III” with his children. One day, he and his children went to a toy store featuring Godzilla action figures. After purchasing his kids some toys, J.J. decided to come up with his own giant monster movie, […]

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