King Kong: Decent movie, though once Skull Island comes and goes, my interest drops a tad.
The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms: Very good movie, and the grandfather of atomic age of monsters.
It Came from Beneath The Sea: Ehhh... It's a bit bland to me, and it seems to take forever to get to the attack on San Francisco, and the method used to take out the 'Hextopus' is a bit of a let down, and a bit of a wall banger.
The Giant Behemoth: It's okay. The actors are believable, and the monster itself is rather cool. The repeated shots are a tad bit of a distracting nuisance, though.
Gorgo: I love this movie! Sure, every one of our main characters are asses, but it's not everyday you see convincing destruction of a city outside of one of Toho's films, as well as convincing panic.
Reptilicus: To date, the only Danish monster in existance. I personally like this movie due to nostalgia.
Gamera, The Giant Monster: Silly?... Yes. Fun? YES.
Yongary, Monster from The Deep: Personally, I love this movie out of sheer nostalgia. Yeah, it's hokey, but I grew up on this movie.
D-War: Was it stupid? Yes, but then again were we expecting anything different when it came to this movie? That's why I like it. Stupid, nonsensical fun.
Cloverfield: In terms of giant monster movies it was original, and IMO it was a good movie.
Today, at the edge of our hope...
At the end of our time, we have chosen to believe in each other.
Today we face the monsters that are at our door.
TODAY WE ARE CANCELLING THE APOCALYPSE!