The Legendary Comic-Con panel began with a tease for Godzilla 2, featuring two brief videos. In the first, director Gareth Edwards thanked fans for supporting Godzilla from San Francisco, where they were rebuilding the Golden Gate bridge (cause it was destroyed in the first film, ya know). That video ended with a nice shot of Godzilla emerging from underneath the water and roaring.
The… Continue reading Comic-Con: These Are the Monsters Fighting Godzilla in 'Godzilla 2'
Universal’s Classic Monsters: The Mummy is the first of Universal’s classic monster movies from the 1930s that will be rebooted as part of an “interconnected slate” by the studio. Writer/producers Alex Kurtzman (Transformers, Star Trek) and Chris Morgan (Fast and Furious) will enlist creative talent and integrate any existing projects currently under development into a cohesive strategy… Continue reading Movie News: Universal's Classic Monsters Getting Rebooted; First Trailer for Keira Knightley's 'Laggies'
Gareth Edwards’ Monsters probably represents the best, most exciting example of everything a kaiju film can be in the new millennium. As an attempt to illustrate what it would really feel like to live in a world attacked by giant monsters, it shares a great deal of DNA with Cloverfield. But while Cloverfield may excel when it comes to monster mayhem (and creature design), Monsters wins out in every other category. Kaiju… Continue reading Gareth Edwards' 'Monsters' and the Refreshing Take It Brings to the Kaiju Table
From the era of silent movies through present day, Universal Pictures has been regarded as the home of the monsters. Universal Classic Monsters: The Essential Collection showcases 8 of the most iconic monsters in motion picture history including Dracula, Frankenstein, The Mummy, The Invisible Man, The Bride of Frankenstein, The Wolf Man, Phantom of the Opera and Creature From the Black Lagoon. Starring Bela… Continue reading Universal Classic Monsters: The Essential Collection [Blu-ray]
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It’s very smart for Hollywood to not outdo itself. If they ever make a Frankenstein movie better than James Whale’s 1931 classic then how will they keep selling that 83-year-old movie over and over again through the generations? As long as it remains the… Continue reading Your Top Three: Favorite Movie Monsters