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 →
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 →
What’s Your Favorite Godzilla Movie?
To mark this week’s opening of the latest Hollywood take on Godzilla–and the 60th anniversary of the behemoth’s Japanese screen debut–we invite you to vote for your top film starring the world’s most famous Green Monster (sorry, Red Sox fans).Read more →
The Evolution of the Movie Caveman
Take a trip back to the Dawn of Time, as Movie FanFare looks at the history (pre-history?) of caveman cinema, from silent comedies with Chaplin and Keaton to Raquel Welch in a fur bikini and to such serious dramas as Quest for Fire and Iceman.Read more →
You know the drill. Above is a classic movie photo with Jason’s caption. You’re encouraged to leave your own suggestion in the comment section!Read more →
It Came from Beneath the Sea (1955): A Horror Movie Review
It Came from Beneath the Sea Movie Review Over the last couple of years I’ve gradually been overcoming my lifelong aversion to science-fiction films by watching some of the classics of the genre. In 2011 I saw both War of…Read more →
Movie Poll: Who’s Your Favorite Godzilla Foe?
Over the years Japan’s big green stomping machine has fought such enormous enemies as Mothra, King Kong, the three-headed Ghidorah and his own bionic counterpart. Vote in MovieFanFare’s poll for the Godzilla foe you like best.Read more →
What Makes You a Fan?
What makes you a fan? Whatever your interests, there’s always something specific that gets your attention and won’t let go. For me, it was movies—horror movies—and the scarier the better. I liked that nervous feeling we all get when something…Read more →