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When Hollywood's first attempt at a big-budget GODZILLA movie fell flat in 1998, Japan's Toho studios responded by launching their own Millennium series... Well, "era" might be more accurate. With the exception of the two Mechagodzilla entries, these films did not attempt to maintain any continuity between them, but they did all include the narrative of the original 1954 GOJIRA in their back-stories.
With a new Godzilla flick hitting theaters every year, audience interest began to wane, so Toho realized the Big Guy needed a hiatus. But the 50th anniversary of his first film was coming-up, so they decided to wrap-up with a bang...
GODZILLA: FINAL WARS is a veritable love-letter to the classic "Showa" era kaiju movies from the '50s through the '70s. Updated versions of a multitude of Toho monsters turn-up, and Big G takes-on all comers. Also on-hand is the 1998 American Godzilla, just long enough to get curb-stomped by the real thing. There is some (kinda' bad) CGI, but mostly we get monster suit and model vehicle effects like the good ol' days.
In my opinion, GMK (2001) was the best of Godzilla's Millennium features. FINAL WARS isn't trying to be good, really. It's an intentionally cheesy monster rally with pro-rasslin' grade pops.
Coasting from Summer into Hallowe'en season with sci-fi monsters, just like they used to do on Scream Theater.
Humanoids from the Deep (released as Monster in Europe and Japan) is a 1980 American science fiction monster movie starring Doug McClure, Ann Turkel and Vic Morrow. Roger Corman served as the film's uncredited executive producer, and his company, New World Pictures, distributed it. Humanoids from the Deep was directed by Barbara Peeters and an uncredited Jimmy T. Murakami, with a musical score composed by James Horner in his debut.
The Monster of Piedras Blancas is a 1959 independently made American black-and-white science fiction-monster film, produced by Jack Kevan, written and directed by Irvin Berwick, that stars Jeanne Carmen, Les Tremayne, John Harmon, Don Sullivan, Forrest Lewis, and Pete Dunn. The film was distributed by Filmservice Distributors Corporation as a double feature with Okefenokee.
The Monster of Piedras Blancas was influenced by Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954). Kevan, who had supervised the manufacture of the Gill-man suit and worked on Mole People costumes at Universal-International, created the Piedras Blancas monster costume. Kevan employed several of his former Universal associates on the picture, including soundman Joe Lapis and prop master Eddie Keys.
Join me in my pastel, eye-burning misadventures through my first negative review. A game that had promise to build on Monster Rancher 2's technical innovation and... chose not to do anything of the sort. This is going to be a rough one.
Special thanks to my very patient sound editor: Sean Taylor Brown.
This is just a review, and all footage and visual aids are for educational and review purposes only. Please do not sue me. I am broke and cry easily.
Yesterday I told two hazmat clean up guys about a bag of flour on the I-80 split in Sacramento, I heard that hazmat was being called out. Woman working security smelled something funny in the mens bathroom at the old town mall and heard that the bomb squad was called out! Hazmat team called to work on the freight dock, white uniforms, shure looked like white house paint to me, they did not stop me from walking by. They told me that they were called to south Reno, but, it was just a piece of plastic.
===================================================== Originally Made - 3rd October - 2018 ===================================================== One of my favorite Horror Movies i watched as kid. I watched the movie last night for a 3th no 4th time, and i decided to make this tribute. Happy 64th Anniversary. ===================================================== Song: Breaking the Habit by Linkin Park ===================================================== Movie: Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954) =====================================================
===================================================== Originally made for my 700 Subs Special on my previous channel - 4th January - 2018 ===================================================== Serie: Ben 10 Classic (2005) Ben 10 Alien Force Ben 10: Protector of Earth (Game) =====================================================