Godzilla: An Epilogue to the Showa Era

The Showa EraWe've finally reached the end of the Showa Era of Godzilla movies, spanning fifteen films made between 1954 and 1975, and it only took me seven months to review them all! The process of doing so was one of pure enjoyment as I rediscovered childhood classics that I found I still held love... Continue Reading →

Godzilla vs Mechagodzilla (1974) Review

In the Godzilla FAQ, written by Brian Solomon, he writes that there was no where for Godzilla to go but up after the entertaining, but undoubtedly bad, Godzilla vs Megalon and the other two hit or miss versus movies that came before it. And he is absolutely right because the Showa Era was, by this... Continue Reading →

Godzilla vs Hedorah (1971) Review

After Godzilla was supposed to end with the release of Destroy All Monsters, followed by his disappointing revival in All Monsters Attack, the franchise sat in a rather peculiar place. It seemed no one knew what to do with it and so, for the first time since the 50's, Godzilla missed it's one film a... Continue Reading →

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 →

Blade Runner (1982) Review

In a not-so-distant cyberpunk future, mankind has created mechanical beings identical to them in almost every way - replicants - with the one key difference that they are slaves, cursed to live for only four years. Illegal on Earth after an uprising on another colony, it the the job of the Blade Runner to hunt... Continue Reading →

Son of Godzilla (1967) Review

After the release of Ebirah Horror of the Deep, director Jun Fukuda returned to direct his second Godzilla film, once again set on an island and once again going for a more whimsical tone, only this time it was more overtly targetted towards children. This film was Son of Godzilla. A group of scientists, a... Continue Reading →

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