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Godzilla Turns 60

This week marks the 60th anniversary of Godzilla. In 1954, the original Godzilla film opened in Japan with nearly ten million movie-goers going along to see the monster come to life.  While audiences loved the visuals, one spec...


In this gritty, realistic sci-fi action epic, Godzilla returns to its roots as one of the world’s most recognized monsters. Directed by Gareth Edwards (Monsters) and featuring an all-star international cast, this spectacu...

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Godzilla, arguably cinema’s most iconic of monsters, has in recent memory been relegated to an also ran thanks to a misguided film in1998 followed by films such as Cloverfield and Pacific Rim that rift on the premise to a grand...

Cinema’s Most Spectacular Disaster Movies

With superhero movies dominating the box office recently it looked like the age of the disaster movie was well and truly over. Once the highlight of the cinema calendar, disaster films demonstrated not only the awesome potentia...


Could Monsters Assemble For Legendary Pictures?

Whilst the San Diego Comic-Con was in full swing delighting everyone with sneak-peaks and superhero announcements there was one very tantalising piece of news that was revealed. First off came the bit about Godzilla 2 going ahe...

A Science Fiction Monster Size Guide

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Confined by the paradigm of the modern day blockbuster, Gareth Edwards‘ Godzilla kowtows to any and all that have preceded, ticking the formulaic narrative boxes along the way. Owing a lot to the grand scale of Michael Ba...

Godzilla: Director Speaks

From the grainy, atomic-test opening credits to the moment when everyone’s favourite Kaju lets out an ear-shattering SKRONK, we know that Gareth Edward’s latest take on the Godzilla legend is one that all fans of Toho’s atomic ...


Godzilla: Monster Icon

This year not only marks the 60th anniversary of a movie legend, but an all new, highly anticipated blockbuster (or should that be block-stomper?) film. Ed Boff takes a brief look at the big screen career of the trend-setter in...


A giant radioactive monster called Godzilla appears to wreak destruction on mankind.