Skree-onk! Happy Godzilla Day! Wait, you weren’t aware that there was an Internet holiday celebrating everybody’s favorite kaiju? Well there is, and it is today! This date has special significance as it was on November 3, 1954 that the original…Read more →
Vintage Video: Siskel and Ebert Talk About 1985’s Worst Films
Lately here on MovieFanFare, we’ve been spending some time looking at the films of 1985 as they celebrate their 35th anniversary this year. While flicks like Back to the Future and even George Romero‘s zombie favorite Day of the Day…Read more →
This Week’s New Releases Include a Godzilla Collection and Other Smashing Hits!
This week there’s a lot of monstrous hits roaring to DVD and Blu-ray. We think you’ll love this latest batch of new releases, all of which would take an honored place in your home video library! Godzilla: The Showa-Era Films,…Read more →
Titans Tuesday: Check Out These “Giants” from the MovieFanFare Archives
titan (noun) ti·tan | \ ˈtī-tᵊn 1 capitalized : any of a family of giants in Greek mythology born of Uranus and Gaea and ruling the earth until overthrown by the Olympian gods 2 : one that is gigantic in…Read more →
Movie Monster Toys Don’t Get Any Bigger Than Godzilla!
Cue iconic scream! If there’s one movie monster who towers above his competition, it’s Godzilla. From his first appearance in 1954 through to 2016’s Shin Godzilla, he has captured the imaginations of filmgoers across the globe. And what’s not to…Read more →
Movie Model Kits: Godzilla and Other Kaiju
Join guest blogger Blair Kramer as he shares his love of making movie model kits, beginning with (not to scale, obviously) plastic replicas of Godzilla and other classic kaiju!Read more →
Godzilla (or Gojira): Reigning King of the Monsters
It was 60 years ago that movie audiences in Japan–and, two years later, America–were introduced by a monstrous Atomic Age menace now known as Godzilla. Guest writer Sark compares and contrasts the original Japanese Gojira with its U.S. counterpart, Godzilla, King of the Monsters.Read more →