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eabaker wrote:Jake Jaguar is asking too many questions about this whole Mulwraygalon affair...
Varan Bon Ziller wrote:....What ever happened to the innocence of monster banging others brains out...
UltramanGoji wrote:Brody wrote:Let's say I've been a part of the kaiju community before most of you were allowed on the computer, ask some of the veteran members of kaijuphile who Deoson is.
Ask all of us if we give a shit.
Cimmerian Dragon wrote:I love to see a giant monster or two (obviously), but some of my favorite films are kaiju-less Sci-Fi. 2001, Soylent Green, A Boy and His Dog, The Omega Man, Pal's Time Machine and War of the Worlds, the Star Trek flicks (the first two, especially).
So, I'm both, definitely.
As for monster movies... I love Godzilla, Heisei Gamera, and Toho kaiju films, and the Showa Gamera movies are okay too. Some like Barugon are great, but others, not so much. Also, I have the Showa Gamera series to thank for getting that Gamera song stuck in my head. It's been months since I last saw a Showa Gamera film, and that theme is still stuck in my head! Gamera aside, I have also recently found some old 50's monster movies on iTunes: Beast of 2000 Fathoms, Black Scorpion, and It Came From Beneath The Sea. I'm exited to watch these, and on top of that, I am also eager for Pacific Rim, Godzilla 2014, Jurassic Park 4, and the like. However, I am not super exited for any upcoming Sci-Fi movies.
tymon wrote:Not a huge fan of sci-fi (generally speaking), but I love me some giant monsters and dinosaurs.
The H-Man wrote:I love the 1950's to 1970's Toho monster and sci/fi films, but am not really interested in any that are made by others (with the exception of the original Star Wars). Even though the Toho films are mostly low budget, they did put work and care into them so that they look good. I loved the old Gamera movies as a kid but won't watch them nowadays because they are so incredibly cheap looking.
starsteam wrote:^ Not to burst your bubble or anything but.. I'm pretty sure just about everyone here knows about all of those films. I'm just saying since you took your time to even add the posters but it's not necessary.
Tyler wrote:Both I guess. Not all monster movies are sci-fi and vice versa. Godzilla and The Host are more like dramas to me. Host even has a little comedy in it.
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