In light of recent events that happened in the last few days or so, I thought of lighten things up alittle while this Wikia is getting fixed-up and back on it's feet.
About 2/3 days ago, tickets for Shin Godzilla have gone on sale (if you're living the US). Check-up on Funimation Films and see which theater in your area is selling tickets. Remember, that price varies from theater to theater, so try to keep that in mind.
In other exciting news, The Return of Godzilla DVD/Blu-Ray is only 2 days away. so be prepare if you are, like me, planning on aquiring this film for the 1st time on DVD/Blu-Ray. Courtesy of Kraken Releasing.
P.S. The American version, Godzilla 1985, will not be release on DVD/Blu-Ray. Due to the fact of copyrighted music that…Read more >
So we all have seen Kong: Skull Island's new trailer, which was awsome. We have a good glimpse of Kong.
What is certain, is that Kong is definitely humanoid. Much like the original. Same could be said about his facial look.
What do you guys think of Kong's new look overall?Read more >
Looks like our prayers/wishes have been answered. Godzilla 1984 is being released by Kraken Releasing in September. If you remembered, they released three Godzilla films that were previously distributed by Sony Pictures/Tristar on DVD. Back in 2014, that is.
This, to me, is extremely good news. Downside is...I don't think we'll see Godzilla 1985 on DVD in the near future yet.
More info here: 
Now if we can just get Son of Godzilla and Godzilla vs MechaGodzilla on DVD (again!) and Blu-Ray)...might be just wonderful.Read more >
Let's face it...we all love monster films when it's comes to dark and edgy. Light-heart monster films just doesn't cut it. Or it's a kind of a love-it-or-hate-it thing.
Today, i wanted talk about the more, serious monster films that brought out the gloom and despair in the hearts of many fans that love the edgyness.
Here's my list of is my favorites that have this kind of tone. Note: American and European monster films do count, as well. I don't want to limit to just Asian kaiju films, mind you. Anyways:
- King Kong: First, I'm starting with King Kong. It was him, that jump started the whole genre in some way. Released in 1933, in the wake of the Great Drepression. I felt the setting was fitting to the tone of the movie. It helped ALOT that it …
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So a few hours ago, I came across this tweet:Twitter. And I thought this was joke and all...but doubt got to me.
This site: link seems to say otherwise. The Blu-Ray of this film, seems to be a dream deluxe. Not only does it include the American and original Japanese ver. But also includes the International ver. (Japanese ver. with English dubbing). In which case this ver was released in Europe.
However...it's best if you see for yourselves. I'm not sure what to think of it though...Read more >