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5.7.17

PODCAST 263: Godzilla Vs Mothra & Space Babes From Outer Space


This week Forest continues his Heisei voyage with the next installment, Godzilla Vs Mothra. Cory picks a sexy sci-fi comedy from his massive movie collection, Space Babes From Outer Space, starring Ellie Church.

The Horror Duo also chat about the 4th of July, and what would it be like if the Children of the Corn franchise goes to space. Cory also chats about preparations for vacation and spending drunk times with good friends, who later expose their cock n balls.

"GODZILLA Vs MOTHRA"

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"SPACE BABES FROM OUTER SPACE"

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TIME CODE

  • 00:00 - Introduction & News
  • 13:40 - "Godzilla Vs Mothra"
  • 28:27 - Know Your Horror Trivia
  • 29:56 - "Space Babes From Outer Space"
  • 44:36 - Comments & Conclusion

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2 comments:

Blake Matthews said...

One of the more interesting aspects of the Heisei series is that they make it a point to destroy different cities in each film. In Godzilla vs. Biollante, Godzilla destroys Osaka. In Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah, he destroys Sapporo and the final battle is in Tokyo. In Godzilla vs Mothra, Battra takes out Nagoya and the final battle is set in Yokohama. In Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla II, Godzilla levels Kyoto and Rodan wipes out Sendai. Godzilla vs. Space Godzilla has Godzilla cutting a swath through the southern island of Kyushu, ending in Fukuoka. Only Godzilla vs. Destoroyah brings things back to Tokyo.

Also, not only Godzilla got shoehorned into his own film, but Miki Saegusa did, too.

This was the most successful Godzilla movie of the both the Heisei and Millenium films. It occupied a fairly high rank on the list of Godzilla films with the most tickets sold, but was ultimately passed by Shin Godzilla. It’s success inspired Toho to release a trilogy of Mothra movies in the late 90s, released Stateside as REBIRTH OF MOTHRA.

Anomalous Host said...

Godzilla vs Mechagodzilla II is a film I didn't initially care for too much, but it grew on me after a second viewing. Decent plot, decent action, and has a bit of heart to it.

The one coming up afterwards though, vs. Space Godzilla, that's probably the series low-point. While it does have some cool visuals, the movie gets boring during the big epic fight. Although the Woody Woodpecker robot makes it so I can't entirely hate that film.

Thankfully though, the series high-point comes up after that.