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2012-10-22 11:48:58 AM  
There's a remake of Godzilla being made?

Didn't the Matthew Broderick movie kill any interest in this back in the 90's?

If it didn't, it should have.

/yes I'll probably go see it.
 
2012-10-22 11:53:30 AM  

SirLothar: There's a remake of Godzilla being made?

Didn't the Matthew Broderick movie kill any interest in this back in the 90's?

If it didn't, it should have.

/yes I'll probably go see it.


netflix.hs.llnwd.net
 
2012-10-22 11:53:34 AM  
I was three items into the list before I realized it was about movie monsters and not about movie posters.
 
2012-10-22 11:55:32 AM  
I love the ending of Godzilla 2000, where Godzilla has just burned the Orga to ashes, and proceeds to set Tokya on fire. It has a certain poignancy.
 
2012-10-22 11:55:43 AM  
What Ray?

What just.... "popped in there"?!
 
2012-10-22 12:00:51 PM  
Mother Puss Bucket.....
 
2012-10-22 12:02:31 PM  

Nurglitch: I love the ending of Godzilla 2000, where Godzilla has just burned the Orga to ashes, and proceeds to set Tokya on fire. It has a certain poignancy.


I saw that. the humans looking on lovingly as Godzilla stomps Japanese civilization back to the dark ages is priceless.
 
2012-10-22 12:04:30 PM  
There's a plot hole related to Ghostbusters that always bugged me. When Venkman is explaining to the others what would happen if they choose the form of the destroyer, he uses J. Edger Hoover as an example for the others. Why is it that we don't see a 50 foot FBI director coming down the street then?
 
2012-10-22 12:05:33 PM  
My four year old LOVES the Stay Puft guy! So much that while we were at the Hallmark store two weeks ago, she saw the musical ornament, and decided right then and there she HAD to get it for her and her daddy.

/we're a little unorthodox when it comes to parenting
//she also tried to walk around Target yesterday carrying a bloody brainless screaming rubber head, going "nom nom nom" to its lack of brains...
///yep, she's ready for Halloween.
 
2012-10-22 12:10:02 PM  
Cloverfield is just awful. What about the creature from the Host? Would have been much better at #10.
 
2012-10-22 12:10:32 PM  
I've never seen Cloverfield. That was an interesting clip. The monster is really creepy and different. I suppose I'll have to watch it at some point now.
 
2012-10-22 12:13:36 PM  

ModernPrimitive01: Cloverfield is just awful. What about the creature from the Host? Would have been much better at #10.


Pretty much why I haven't seen it. I heard it was bad. I do like the way the monster looks and moves though.
 
2012-10-22 12:16:22 PM  
www.buzzfocus.com
 
2012-10-22 12:17:46 PM  

Eirik: There's a plot hole related to Ghostbusters that always bugged me. When Venkman is explaining to the others what would happen if they choose the form of the destroyer, he uses J. Edger Hoover as an example for the others. Why is it that we don't see a 50 foot FBI director coming down the street then?


Cause he did not wish for it. He mentioned it. Ray wished he could have a Statepuff Marsh mellow. That is why we got that loveable Destroyer.
 
2012-10-22 12:18:09 PM  
Sorry, Venkman, but I'm terrified beyond the capacity for rational thought.
 
2012-10-22 12:18:17 PM  

Eirik: There's a plot hole related to Ghostbusters that always bugged me. When Venkman is explaining to the others what would happen if they choose the form of the destroyer, he uses J. Edger Hoover as an example for the others. Why is it that we don't see a 50 foot FBI director coming down the street then?


Because that would have been silly.
 
2012-10-22 12:18:50 PM  

Soulcatcher: ModernPrimitive01: Cloverfield is just awful. What about the creature from the Host? Would have been much better at #10.

Pretty much why I haven't seen it. I heard it was bad. I do like the way the monster looks and moves though.


The parasites are just awesomely scary. They alone should be the reason Clover made the list.
 
2012-10-22 12:26:18 PM  

Soulcatcher: ModernPrimitive01: Cloverfield is just awful. What about the creature from the Host? Would have been much better at #10.

Pretty much why I haven't seen it. I heard it was bad. I do like the way the monster looks and moves though.


The only real problem with Cloverfield is the shaky cam. Otherwise it is a fun monster movie
 
2012-10-22 12:26:45 PM  
Sorry, I've always preferred Gamera over Godzilla.
He's awesome.

Godzilla...big and got flame/laser breath...not too intelligent. Eh.

Gamera:
Protective shell.
Flies in two modes - forward by just his two leg areas...even better, UFO mode, all four leg hold aflame & spinning.
Flame breath or laser eyes.
Intelligent and aware.
And he's got skills!!

You've GOT TO love the Gymnastic bar routine he did against the knife-head creature.
 
2012-10-22 12:30:11 PM  

satanorsanta: Soulcatcher: ModernPrimitive01: Cloverfield is just awful. What about the creature from the Host? Would have been much better at #10.

Pretty much why I haven't seen it. I heard it was bad. I do like the way the monster looks and moves though.

The only real problem with Cloverfield is the shaky cam. Otherwise it is a fun monster movie


Hell, I go full circle with it:

I liked the whole movie. The personal drama, the shaky cam, the monster, the easter eggs at the end, all of it.
 
2012-10-22 12:30:50 PM  

satanorsanta: Soulcatcher: ModernPrimitive01: Cloverfield is just awful. What about the creature from the Host? Would have been much better at #10.

Pretty much why I haven't seen it. I heard it was bad. I do like the way the monster looks and moves though.

The only real problem with Cloverfield is the shaky cam. Otherwise it is a fun monster movie


The other problem is that all the characters are total douche-bags whom you wish would hurry up and get killed already.
 
2012-10-22 12:34:24 PM  

ModernPrimitive01: Cloverfield is just awful. What about the creature from the Host? Would have been much better at #10.


Not big enough probably

/The Host was awesome
//Enjoyed Cloverfield too
 
2012-10-22 12:40:19 PM  
I'm usually okay with some amount of shakey cam. Rec/Quarantine did it really well. What I hate is long sequences where people are running with the camera so all you see is the camera panning really fast up and down. The Cloverfield monster was cool looking, but I just couldn't get past the camera work enough to enjoy it
 
2012-10-22 12:42:10 PM  
No Rodan. No Q the Winged Serpent.
 
2012-10-22 12:42:20 PM  
Finally. The recognition I deserve!
 
2012-10-22 12:44:23 PM  

Gunny Highway: SirLothar: There's a remake of Godzilla being made?

Didn't the Matthew Broderick movie kill any interest in this back in the 90's?

If it didn't, it should have.

/yes I'll probably go see it.

[netflix.hs.llnwd.net image 284x405]


Best part of that movie is Godzilla beating the crap out of the Broderick "Zilla". 30 seconds of pure awesome.
 
2012-10-22 12:44:45 PM  

highbrow45: Eirik: There's a plot hole related to Ghostbusters that always bugged me. When Venkman is explaining to the others what would happen if they choose the form of the destroyer, he uses J. Edger Hoover as an example for the others. Why is it that we don't see a 50 foot FBI director coming down the street then?

Because that would have been silly.


Plus, just think of the upskirt shots. Would have turned the movie into a hard R in no time.
 
2012-10-22 12:49:42 PM  
cdn.mos.totalfilm.com

my fav
 
2012-10-22 12:51:45 PM  

Dr. Whoof: Gunny Highway: SirLothar: There's a remake of Godzilla being made?

Didn't the Matthew Broderick movie kill any interest in this back in the 90's?

If it didn't, it should have.

/yes I'll probably go see it.

[netflix.hs.llnwd.net image 284x405]

Best part of that movie is Godzilla beating the crap out of the Broderick "Zilla". 30 seconds of pure awesome.


Wrong movie. You're thinking Godzilla: Final Wars.

/why yes, I have seen most of the movies.
 
2012-10-22 12:51:49 PM  
 
2012-10-22 12:53:29 PM  

satanorsanta: Soulcatcher: ModernPrimitive01: Cloverfield is just awful. What about the creature from the Host? Would have been much better at #10.

Pretty much why I haven't seen it. I heard it was bad. I do like the way the monster looks and moves though.

The only real problem with Cloverfield is the shaky cam. Otherwise it is a fun monster movie


The shaky cam really doesn't bother me. I can understand why so many people dislike it though. What gets me is heights- like the view from Tyrian's cell in the Eyrie, or in Avatar when they are in the top of the giant tree looking down. That literally makes my stomach do flip flops.
 
2012-10-22 12:54:05 PM  

Soulcatcher: ModernPrimitive01: Cloverfield is just awful. What about the creature from the Host? Would have been much better at #10.

Pretty much why I haven't seen it. I heard it was bad. I do like the way the monster looks and moves though.


It drags. And, the suspense building is too detailed and slow to be enjoyable. Nice tail in it, but you end up going "FINALLY!" when each of the now hated characters is killed. They just drip Gen-X Doucheness.

That said, the monster shots make it worth seeing once.
 
2012-10-22 12:55:09 PM  

wippit: Dr. Whoof: Gunny Highway: SirLothar: There's a remake of Godzilla being made?

Didn't the Matthew Broderick movie kill any interest in this back in the 90's?

If it didn't, it should have.

/yes I'll probably go see it.

[netflix.hs.llnwd.net image 284x405]

Best part of that movie is Godzilla beating the crap out of the Broderick "Zilla". 30 seconds of pure awesome.

Wrong movie. You're thinking Godzilla: Final Wars.

/why yes, I have seen most of the movies.


I had to go look that up, since it has been a few years since I've seen it, you beat me too it. But yes, the "This monster is useless!" comment had me cracking up too. (Not a direct quote, but close. Take THAT American film makers!)
 
2012-10-22 12:57:05 PM  
The Gamera "Guardian" series is actually pretty entertaining. The cinematography, the special effects and miniature quality 100 times better than the old movies. Better still, the people in the movies ask the questions we all want answered like "Why do all these giant monsters keep attacking Tokyo?" Also, they get bonus points for pointing out that 100s of people are killed by the "good guy" monster due to the insane amount of collateral damage.

Also, in Godzilla: Final Wars, the big guy kills off the American CGI Godzilla.
 
2012-10-22 12:57:56 PM  
The weird thing about Final Wars is that the actors spoke two different languages. The American wrestler guy (forget his name) did all his lines undubbed in English, and the rest all spoke Japanese. Was strange to watch.
 
2012-10-22 12:59:30 PM  

fzumrk: satanorsanta: Soulcatcher: ModernPrimitive01: Cloverfield is just awful. What about the creature from the Host? Would have been much better at #10.

Pretty much why I haven't seen it. I heard it was bad. I do like the way the monster looks and moves though.

The only real problem with Cloverfield is the shaky cam. Otherwise it is a fun monster movie

The other problem is that all the characters are total douche-bags whom you wish would hurry up and get killed already.


Or a better description of the characters is that they are just like people we all know. He didn't choose stereotypical characters - he chose relatively normal archetypes. The monster was great and the parasites were wicked-scary. I wouldn't complain too much about the characters - the obnoxious one, Hud, would fit in real well around here.
 
2012-10-22 01:00:13 PM  
No mention of the infamous 1976 King Kong boobies scene with Jessica Lange?
Most later copies of the film have the boobies scene deleted
They were real though.
/and spectacular
 
2012-10-22 01:01:59 PM  

jafiwam: Soulcatcher: ModernPrimitive01: Cloverfield is just awful. What about the creature from the Host? Would have been much better at #10.

Pretty much why I haven't seen it. I heard it was bad. I do like the way the monster looks and moves though.

It drags. And, the suspense building is too detailed and slow to be enjoyable. Nice tail in it, but you end up going "FINALLY!" when each of the now hated characters is killed. They just drip Gen-X Doucheness.

That said, the monster shots make it worth seeing once.


Shaky cam only bugs me on big screens live movie screens on small screens not at all
 
2012-10-22 01:03:54 PM  

jafiwam: Soulcatcher: ModernPrimitive01: Cloverfield is just awful. What about the creature from the Host? Would have been much better at #10.

Pretty much why I haven't seen it. I heard it was bad. I do like the way the monster looks and moves though.

It drags. And, the suspense building is too detailed and slow to be enjoyable. Nice tail in it, but you end up going "FINALLY!" when each of the now hated characters is killed. They just drip Gen-X Doucheness.

That said, the monster shots make it worth seeing once.


The monster definitely has a "Lovecraftian" feel to it. Not the traditional bipedal giant strolling through town.
 
2012-10-22 01:05:21 PM  
img.gawkerassets.com
 
2012-10-22 01:05:51 PM  

Kurmudgeon: No mention of the infamous 1976 King Kong boobies scene with Jessica Lange?
Most later copies of the film have the boobies scene deleted
They were real though.
/and spectacular


I think we are going to need a NSFW link to back that statement up. My DVD copy of that KK version only suggests that boobies might have once been shown. :(
 
2012-10-22 01:20:21 PM  

madgonad: Kurmudgeon: No mention of the infamous 1976 King Kong boobies scene with Jessica Lange?
Most later copies of the film have the boobies scene deleted
They were real though.
/and spectacular

I think we are going to need a NSFW link to back that statement up. My DVD copy of that KK version only suggests that boobies might have once been shown. :(


They were there, I saw it in the theater on release and it originally had an "R" rating. After the film, we felt cheated we only got .5 seconds of bewbs in return for sitting through an awful movie.

Well, watching Jeff Bridges trying to act while totally blasted was fun. At some points his bloodshot eyes were the most scary thing in the film.
 
2012-10-22 01:23:34 PM  
t1.gstatic.com

Fantastic game is fantastic.
 
2012-10-22 01:30:26 PM  
Ah, here we go: Jessica Lange NSFW

And Jeff Bridges: "Dude, it's like a giant monkey!"

www.monstershack.net
 
2012-10-22 01:31:59 PM  
Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn
 
2012-10-22 01:37:31 PM  
 
2012-10-22 01:44:01 PM  
www.movieactors.com

Says, "FFFFFFFFFFF U!"
 
2012-10-22 01:46:24 PM  

TheraTx: [www.movieactors.com image 266x144]

Says, "FFFFFFFFFFF U!"


I remember seeing that when it came out in theaters. I was a wee lad and freakin' loved it.
 
2012-10-22 01:49:33 PM  

OldManDownDRoad: Ah, here we go: Jessica Lange NSFW

And Jeff Bridges: "Dude, it's like a giant monkey!"

[www.monstershack.net image 100x135]


Well those are very nice.

Also, my dad took me to see KK at opening night and I am 100% sure it wasn't rated R. I participated in the local "King Kong Coloring Contest" and I don't think they marketed R-rated movies to kids that way. It probably did have the boobs - kind of like Airplane which also had brief nudity.
 
2012-10-22 01:53:45 PM  
The only good thing about Cloverfield was the concept of doing a rampaging monster movie from the perspective of the inconsequential people running amok through the streets. To capture the horror they have when Something Big shows up. Otherwise, it was hell to sit through.
 
2012-10-22 01:54:51 PM  

MoronLessOff: [t1.gstatic.com image 188x268]

Fantastic game is fantastic.


I couldn't resist that game when I saw it.
 
2012-10-22 01:58:43 PM  
Biollante was one of the best and was so much bigger than Godzilla it tried to eat him.

The Smog Monster Hedorah was a sick shape changer that racked up the biggest body count in all the Godzilla movies.
 
2012-10-22 02:13:29 PM  

Surool: MoronLessOff: [t1.gstatic.com image 188x268]

Fantastic game is fantastic.

I couldn't resist that game when I saw it.


Robo-47 and his homing missle FTW.
 
2012-10-22 02:14:56 PM  

swahnhennessy: The only good thing about Cloverfield was the concept of doing a rampaging monster movie from the perspective of the inconsequential people running amok through the streets. To capture the horror they have when Something Big shows up. Otherwise, it was hell to sit through.


Yeah, the entire Blair Witch look and basic sameness sucked. However the concept of teasing us with a few good shots where you see something you have never seen before ( The entire point of a monster movie) and not something you have seen before ( a guy in a rubber suit) is still good. The concept would perhaps have been better if they were reviewing footage and giving us some stabil shots of WTF was goign on now, instead of WTF they found in a crap heap. Which is why teh move is kinda of a crap heap./
I do own a copy, legal one. But only to make the neighbor's kid behave. He's not allowed to watch it until he
s older and better behaved. But it sits on his pile of promised DVDs, I have donated to him that he may watch as part of his library, at his parents' descretion.
We saw transformers together when I was babysitting him saturday, so he won't be too scarred or scared by cloverfield.
 
2012-10-22 02:17:12 PM  
Godzilla is not only the best monster but also had a kick arse them songLink.
 
2012-10-22 02:22:49 PM  
I'll just leave this here:

Link
 
2012-10-22 02:23:48 PM  

orange storm: Godzilla is not only the best monster but also had a kick arse them songLink.


Excuse me, but Gamera not only has this from his first movie, but also this and most importantly this!
 
2012-10-22 02:26:09 PM  

Surool: orange storm: Godzilla is not only the best monster but also had a kick arse them songLink.

Excuse me, but Gamera not only has this from his first movie, but also this and most importantly this!


I knew one of those links had to be the proper one, and I was right! You win all the internet, good sir.
 
2012-10-22 02:29:38 PM  

Nezu Chiza: Surool: orange storm: Godzilla is not only the best monster but also had a kick arse them songLink.

Excuse me, but Gamera not only has this from his first movie, but also this and most importantly this!

I knew one of those links had to be the proper one, and I was right! You win all the internet, good sir.


You can argue that any one of those is the "proper" one.
 
2012-10-22 02:32:24 PM  
What about the giant bronze Talos in Jason and the Argonauts? awesome

/btw does anyone but my brother think that Godzilla's kid looked like Gary Coleman?
 
2012-10-22 02:39:02 PM  
I liked Cloverfield. It's not a great movie, but I don't regret seeing it. What was disappointing was that they did absolutely nothing to tie it into the ARG that was running up until the movie's release, aside from a small easter egg in the last scene. I wouldn't mind seeing a Cloverfield 2 that had a little more plot to it.
 
2012-10-22 02:39:14 PM  

Soulcatcher: I've never seen Cloverfield. That was an interesting clip. The monster is really creepy and different. I suppose I'll have to watch it at some point now.


The clip you watched contained nearly all the scenes that actually showed the monster. Clover was the shyest monster ever. He got very little screen time. Also, if you decide to watch the movie take your motion sickness pills beforehand. The endless shaky cam nearly made me toss my cookies, and there were several folks in the audience that did in fact hurl.

/My opinion, which is worth exactly very little.
//You might like the flick.
///Best of luck.
 
2012-10-22 02:39:40 PM  

Dr. Whoof: Gunny Highway: SirLothar: There's a remake of Godzilla being made?

Didn't the Matthew Broderick movie kill any interest in this back in the 90's?

If it didn't, it should have.

/yes I'll probably go see it.

[netflix.hs.llnwd.net image 284x405]

Best part of that movie is Godzilla beating the crap out of the Broderick "Zilla". 30 seconds of pure awesome.


Know how I know?

www.thefancarpet.com 

/nttawwt
 
2012-10-22 02:57:10 PM  
I don't know why Troll Hunter wasn't mentioned at all. Has the cool positive aspects that Cloverfield did while having the large monster size that makes all the others on the list look like play toys.
 
2012-10-22 03:03:19 PM  

Summer Glau's Love Slave: Soulcatcher: I've never seen Cloverfield. That was an interesting clip. The monster is really creepy and different. I suppose I'll have to watch it at some point now.

The clip you watched contained nearly all the scenes that actually showed the monster. Clover was the shyest monster ever. He got very little screen time. Also, if you decide to watch the movie take your motion sickness pills beforehand. The endless shaky cam nearly made me toss my cookies, and there were several folks in the audience that did in fact hurl.

/My opinion, which is worth exactly very little.
//You might like the flick.
///Best of luck.


And the original Alien was onscreen for even LESS time. All of the complaints except 'shakeycam' would apply to Alien as well. At home the motion in Cloverfield isn't much of a problem - when the screen engulfs your vision, sure it can make some people queazy. I think Cloverfield did a great job at what it was trying to do. It showed just enough to scare you.
 
2012-10-22 03:13:51 PM  
Giant amoeba from Evolution!
 
2012-10-22 03:24:05 PM  
Tremors ftw
 
2012-10-22 03:24:52 PM  
 
2012-10-22 03:27:39 PM  
The Daimajin was locked away in a tiny corner of my brain and I haven't thought about that movie in 30 years. Watched the clip and remembered the entire film. Amazing how the brain works.

Also:www.trollhunterfilm.com
 
2012-10-22 03:40:13 PM  

jafiwam: What? No "The Giant Claw"?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y0w3FcVe9gc


That was great man, thanks for that.
 
2012-10-22 03:44:28 PM  

CrossEyedAtNite: I don't know why Troll Hunter wasn't mentioned at all. Has the cool positive aspects that Cloverfield did while having the large monster size that makes all the others on the list look like play toys.


Good flick for sure. Someone told me about a movie similar, but it was about an evil Santa Clause. But I forgot the title.
 
2012-10-22 03:46:31 PM  
Giant Poopie Diaper - that is horrifying

por-img.cimcontent.net

Think this one with PMS - there.would.be.no.escape 

upload.wikimedia.org
 
2012-10-22 03:52:19 PM  
I liked Sinbad's cyclops myself...

Go Ray H!
 
2012-10-22 04:13:29 PM  
Spectreman would kick all their butts.
 
2012-10-22 04:23:55 PM  
The Sandwoms from Dune? Please.
 
2012-10-22 04:26:22 PM  
Cloverfield is a movie that is a DOJ video. The shakycam effect didn't work well on a huge theater screen. If you didn't like in the theaters, watch it on a small screen (I watched it on a laptop). The movie seemed to be more 'realistic' and has that leaked YouTube video feel to it.
 
2012-10-22 05:01:20 PM  

Soulcatcher: ModernPrimitive01: Cloverfield is just awful. What about the creature from the Host? Would have been much better at #10.

Pretty much why I haven't seen it. I heard it was bad. I do like the way the monster looks and moves though.


THe plot, the characters..blech..but oh, what a monster. It was worth the ride in the movie theaters. The tantalizing glimpses, and then you finally see all of it. Super creative. LOVED it for the monster.
 
2012-10-22 05:04:23 PM  
Cloverfield... That was the one where Voltron traveled back in time to destroy New York City instead if defending the universe like he normally does, right?

I remember because some guy on the internet said he heard one of the characters say "It's a Lion!" Therefore: Voltron.
 
2012-10-22 05:11:08 PM  
Wasn't "Monster Week" in November?
 
2012-10-22 05:14:59 PM  

ThatBillmanGuy: Cloverfield... That was the one where Voltron traveled back in time to destroy New York City instead if defending the universe like he normally does, right?

I remember because some guy on the internet said he heard one of the characters say "It's a Lion!" Therefore: Voltron.


That's ridiculous. Everyone knows Voltron had already been destroyed. We even have the found footage to prove it:
loyalkng.com
 
2012-10-22 05:24:41 PM  
Apok451: Someone told me about a movie similar, but it was about an evil Santa Clause. But I forgot the title.

It's called Rare Exports and it is really good.
 
2012-10-22 05:52:18 PM  

jafiwam: What? No "The Giant Claw"?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y0w3FcVe9gc


Is that you, James Rolfe?

/MONSTER MADNESS
 
2012-10-22 06:09:06 PM  
No love for the green and the brown guargantuans?
 
2012-10-22 06:42:12 PM  

Beelzebubbles: Apok451: Someone told me about a movie similar, but it was about an evil Santa Clause. But I forgot the title.

It's called Rare Exports and it is really good.


This and Troll hunter are my favorite EU movies now. Both prety epic.
 
2012-10-22 07:32:32 PM  

rogue49: Sorry, I've always preferred Gamera over Godzilla.
He's awesome.

Godzilla...big and got flame/laser breath...not too intelligent. Eh.

Gamera:
Protective shell.
Flies in two modes - forward by just his two leg areas...even better, UFO mode, all four leg hold aflame & spinning.
Flame breath or laser eyes.
Intelligent and aware.
And he's got skills!!

You've GOT TO love the Gymnastic bar routine he did against the knife-head creature.


Plus, Gamera is a friend to all children!

Godzilla: Finally. The recognition I deserve!


LOL.
 
2012-10-22 07:34:01 PM  
No "Night of the Lepus"?

Giant mutant carnivorous rabbits, with DeForest Kelly and Rory Calhoun
 
2012-10-22 07:56:51 PM  

NeoCortex42: ThatBillmanGuy: Cloverfield... That was the one where Voltron traveled back in time to destroy New York City instead if defending the universe like he normally does, right?

I remember because some guy on the internet said he heard one of the characters say "It's a Lion!" Therefore: Voltron.

That's ridiculous. Everyone knows Voltron had already been destroyed. We even have the found footage to prove it:
[loyalkng.com image 660x371]


The love child of Robert Downey Jr and Hugh Jackman destroyed Voltron?
 
2012-10-22 08:17:53 PM  

orclover: Beelzebubbles: Apok451: Someone told me about a movie similar, but it was about an evil Santa Clause. But I forgot the title.

It's called Rare Exports and it is really good.

This and Troll hunter are my favorite EU movies now. Both prety epic.


I've heard a lot of positive things about Troll Hunter. I need to check that one out.
 
2012-10-22 08:35:49 PM  

madgonad: OldManDownDRoad: Ah, here we go: Jessica Lange NSFW

And Jeff Bridges: "Dude, it's like a giant monkey!"

[www.monstershack.net image 100x135]

Well those are very nice.

Also, my dad took me to see KK at opening night and I am 100% sure it wasn't rated R. I participated in the local "King Kong Coloring Contest" and I don't think they marketed R-rated movies to kids that way. It probably did have the boobs - kind of like Airplane which also had brief nudity.


This.

The film was never rated R. Paramount would never have released it in such a fashion. Too much money riding on it.

/one of my parents is an extra in the NYC unveiling sequence, which was shot in San Pedro, CA
//cool story bro
 
2012-10-22 10:40:37 PM  

2CountyFairs: No Rodan. No Q the Winged Serpent.


The original Rodan still holds up as one of the great kaiju flicks.
 
2012-10-22 11:36:30 PM  
No love for the Sarlacc? It only ate the most popular bounty hunter in the Star Wars universe, but presumably Jabba's ship, the debris, the dead, and any survivors still trapped on the barge. All without getting out of its seat.

Also, list fails without including Rosie O'Donnel in Exit to Eden. She popped up on the screen in that bondage dressing room montage and I nearly soiled my armor.
 
2012-10-23 12:02:45 AM  
blog.stuttgarter-zeitung.de
 
2012-10-23 06:46:12 AM  

NeoCortex42: ThatBillmanGuy: Cloverfield... That was the one where Voltron traveled back in time to destroy New York City instead if defending the universe like he normally does, right?

I remember because some guy on the internet said he heard one of the characters say "It's a Lion!" Therefore: Voltron.

That's ridiculous. Everyone knows Voltron had already been destroyed. We even have the found footage to prove it:
loyalkng.com


www.tvequals.com

"Gus and Jules will never believe this...."
 
2012-10-23 08:02:01 AM  
Would like a word:

www.popcracker.com
 
2012-10-23 10:32:11 AM  

ThatBillmanGuy: NeoCortex42: ThatBillmanGuy: Cloverfield... That was the one where Voltron traveled back in time to destroy New York City instead if defending the universe like he normally does, right?

I remember because some guy on the internet said he heard one of the characters say "It's a Lion!" Therefore: Voltron.

That's ridiculous. Everyone knows Voltron had already been destroyed. We even have the found footage to prove it:
[loyalkng.com image 660x371]

The love child of Robert Downey Jr and Hugh Jackman destroyed Voltron?


For anyone that hasn't seen it: Voltron: The End, a short film starring Timothy Omundson as the pilot of the Red Lion.
 
2012-10-23 10:45:44 AM  

NeoCortex42: ThatBillmanGuy: NeoCortex42: ThatBillmanGuy: Cloverfield... That was the one where Voltron traveled back in time to destroy New York City instead if defending the universe like he normally does, right?

I remember because some guy on the internet said he heard one of the characters say "It's a Lion!" Therefore: Voltron.

That's ridiculous. Everyone knows Voltron had already been destroyed. We even have the found footage to prove it:
[loyalkng.com image 660x371]

The love child of Robert Downey Jr and Hugh Jackman destroyed Voltron?

For anyone that hasn't seen it: Voltron: The End, a short film starring Timothy Omundson as the pilot of the Red Lion.


Thank you for that. I was wondering about that picture.
 
2012-10-23 04:03:41 PM  
upload.wikimedia.org

I never had a problem with Zilla itself. The creature design is cool, and making him fast, a great jumper, and a quick burrower was nice. My problem was the lack of breath weapon, toughness, and the feel of Zilla being a force of nature created by man's hubris. Roland and Emmerich wanted a "Realistic" monster, which (when it comes to something like Godzilla) is a huge no-no. The rest of the movie, though, was complete and utter garbage.

At least Zilla Jr. got to be the badass his father wasn't in Godzilla: The Series. All the speed, agility, and burrowing of Dad plus the breath, toughness, and savage intellect of Godzilla.

www.seibertron.com

Also, this is the best Godzilla video game:

upload.wikimedia.org

You can play as Anguirus, Baragon, Biollante, Destoroyah, Fire Rodan, Gigan, Godzilla 2000, Jet Jaguar, King Caesar, King Ghidorah, Kiryu (MechaGodzilla Millennium), Krystalak (a new monster), MechaGodzilla (Showa), MechaGodzilla 2 (Heisei), Mecha-King Ghidorah, Megaguirus, Megalon, MOGUERA, Mothra, Obsidius (another new monster), Orga, Titanosaurus, and Varan, with Godzilla 1990s and Godzilla 1954 available for multiplayer; smash and crush Sydney, London, Osaka, Tokyo, New York, Seattle, San Francisco, Monster Island, and the Vortaak Mothership; the story mode is well done; the multiplayer is so much fun; and it's just an amazing game. Get the Wii version, though, the PS2 version is just a reskin of the prequel game Save The Earth and has nothing new.

/King Kong was going to be in it, but Universal wanted $1 million dollars for him, Toho only charged $25,000 for each monster
 
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