Godzilla, that green, rubbery, nuclear-breathing master of destruction–he’s basically like if Gumby kicked ass, right? His origins were a little different. Close to a decade after America dropped the atom bomb, Japanese filmmaker Ishirô Honda sought to show us, in stark black-and-white, what the bomb may have wrought: a physical
The Godzilla movie we should have had sixteen years ago.
Vowing to be one of the most epic films of 2014, the Godzilla reboot recently revealed its explosive trailer. Starring Breaking Bad‘s Bryan Cranston and Kick-Ass’ Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Godzilla appears capable of being one of the year’s most exciting events. [youtube id=”QjKO10hKtYw” width=”600″ height=”350″] Its trailer begins with an army
Here is some cool movie poster art by David Moscati. Ghiadorah, Alien and Skyfall are some of his newest prints for sale at his store.
We have shared a number of great posts today, so here are some cool news posts for your reading enjoyment. Included in today’s News Invasion are stories on Godzilla, Prometheus 2, Mad Max: Fury Road and much more. Keep reading for tons of cool content.
A day late, but this one is worth the wait! This week, lucky readers get to know one of our most consistent and hard-worker film critics. When he started his movie review blog, Ambler Amblog, I became a dedicated reader. I’ve known Eric since our days at USC, talking everything
Sci-fi films evoke intrigue like no other movie genre with members of the public. A sizeable chunk of film fans love nothing more than being whisked away to another galaxy or to another time in history. Add in a load of special effects and a cluster of much-loved characters and