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Sunday, January 26, 2014

Steve's Week Of Free Movies: Part 3 ...

So yesterday we watched a crappy Godzilla movie, albeit a pretty awesome Cinema Insomnia version of it.

I love that show. I really do. Plus, I have been honored enough to make a few cameos on that show. Yeah. I'm a big deal, if only in my mind.

If you have Roku, be sure and watch Cinema Insomnia on the "Zom-bee" channel.

(To be honest, I only understood a few words out of that last sentence.)

So today we have an actual GOOD Godzilla movie, one of the best, and totally free.

Enjoy ...

"Destroy All Monsters (released in Japan as Charge of the Monsters (怪獣総進撃 Kaijū Sōshingeki?) is a 1968 Japanese Science fiction Kaiju film produced by Toho. The ninth entry in the original Godzilla series, it stars Akira Kubo, Jun Tazaki, Yukiko Kobayashi and Yoshio Tsuchiya. Produced in celebration as Toho's 20th kaiju film, it was also originally intended to be the final Godzilla film, and as such, was given a bigger budget than the past few productions. Set at the turn of the 20th century, the film features many of Toho's earlier monsters, eleven in all. The film was also the last to be produced by the main creators of the Godzilla character, with Ishirō Honda directing, Eiji Tsuburaya supervising the special effects (with Sadamasa Arikawa actually directing), Tomoyuki Tanaka producing, and Akira Ifukube handling the film's score. The film was released theatrically in the United States in the Spring of 1969 by American International Pictures.

American International Pictures released the film theatrically in North America in 1969. The Americanization was handled by Titan Productions (formerly Titra Studios). In the Japanese version, the credits come right after the Moonlight SY-3 blasts off at the beginning of the movie. The American version moved the credits to the end of the picture. This version has been replaced on home video and television by Toho's international version. While uncut and letterboxed, it features an English dub track produced by William Ross' Tokyo-based Frontier Enterprises in 1968.

No less than 11 monsters make an appearance in this film. Pretty sweet.

Godzilla director Gareth Edwards has expressed an interest in making a sequel to his 2014 movie that is inspired by Destroy All Monsters."

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