All Monsters Attack (1969) Review

Despite Destroy All Monsters being intended to be the last Godzilla film ever made, its financial success motivated Toho to continue making Godzilla films in spite of the fact that the character's popularity was a far cry from what it had once been. Much like they had when they had made Ebirah Horror of the... Continue Reading →

The Thing (1982) Review

Contrary to what what films like Saw or Insidious would have you believe, the scariest things in the world are not extreme gore or the super natural ghosts haunting our children. On the contrary, real horror is found in much more grounded scenarios where the otherwise ordinary becomes unexpectedly unexplainable. Such is the case in... Continue Reading →

Mothra vs Godzilla (1964)

One year after the release of King King vs Godzilla, Toho would bring director Ishiro Honda back to throw Godzilla into the fight yet again, but this time it would be against another monster from their own roster: Mothra. This was a particularly fitting monster for Godzilla to go up against, as Ishiro Honda had... Continue Reading →

King Kong Vs Godzilla (1963) Review

After being put on the backburner following the release of Godzilla Raids Again in 1955, Godzilla would eventually return when Toho revived him with the help of the orginal director, Ishiro Honda and American director, Tom Montgomery in 1963. The purpose of this was to have the icon square-up against the western world's king of... Continue Reading →

Godzilla (1954): A Classic!

In 1954 Godzilla was born out of the fear and existential dread of a nation subjected to nuclear attacks following one of the largest and widespread wars ever fought. Directed by Ishiro Honda, this film would not only act as a voice for post-war Japan but also popularise giant monster movies, and it's not difficult... Continue Reading →

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