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26.3.14

PODCAST 92: Godzilla vs Megaguirus & Dear God No!

This week Forest continues his voyage into the Millennium era of Godzilla films. This time it's Godzilla Vs Megaguiris. Cory revisits both, biker movies and Big Foot with Dear God No!.

Forest and Cory also chat about getting attacked by grown women... sorta and the Battle of the Decades continues with Round 2.

SHOW NOTES

GODZILLA VS MEGAGUIRUS

★ ★ ★ ½

DEAR GOD NO!

★ ★ ½




Frankenstein Created Bikers poster by Dude Designs


GODZILLA: RAGNAROK by Kenneth

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Gex said...
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Gex said...

With all that biker chick talk, it makes me wonder if Cory is going to do a review of Faster Pussycat! Kill! Kill!

I'm a pervert, so naturally when I hear G-Graspers, I think of grasping the G-Spot.

I've been doing my own Godzilla reviews on letterboxd, for the Heisei series. Someone's gotta do it. Currently up to Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah.




SPOILER NOTES FOR THE NEXT FILM!

Godzilla vs Mothra vs King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All Out Attack. That movie made me lose my mind during the last 15 minutes. Ghidorah gets resurrected once, I thought, "Ok fine, whatever." He gets resurrected twice, I thought, "Oh come on, what the fuck?" The third time, "Are you fucking kidding me? Just fucking die already!" And then the heartbeat under the ocean. That's a movie I need to watch drunk, then I'll enjoy it, though the rest of the film is fairly good. In fact, I need to make a drinking game out of that movie, then it will be perfect.

Kenneth Serenyi said...

GMK is my fav

P.S. Thanks for posting my Thor-Godzilla movie mash-up trailer! :)

Daniel Efosa Uyi said...
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Gex said...

My bad, it's been a while since I've seen the movie. So Ghidorah only gets resurrected twice, it still got ridiculous.

Kenneth Serenyi said...

@Gex I think the point was that as a Guardian dies, their life essence would combine with a living Guardian to become a more powerful monster to continue fighting the threat. Voltron isn't the greatest comparison but it still shows that this is a reoccurring motif in Japanese pop culture. Ghidorah didn't have wings at first until Mothera died - then he became the full King Ghidorah we know and love with flying ability.