It’s another episode of It Is What It Is, and B.C. is talking Elseworlds, trailers, and more!
One of the common phrases around the Cinelinx office is, "just feed it into my veins.". That phrase is commonly used for anything Disney, Star Wars, Marvel, DC (sometimes), Rocky/Creed, Jurassic Park, and of course Godzilla. The second trailer for Godzilla: King of the Monsters has released, proving to be just enough sustenance to get us through the rest of the year. More within...
While we still have some time to wait before Godzilla roars back on the big screen next year, SDCC 2018 has given eager Kaiju fans their first look at the sequel with an impressive trailer. Come inside to check it out!
The 32nd theatrically released Godzilla movie, Godzilla: Monster Planet or Godzilla: Planet of Monsters, which came out last November in Japan, has become available this week via Netflix. What makes this one unique is that it’s the first-ever animated cinematic adventure starring the king of monsters. This is a good start to a planned trilogy of anime movies, although not without its flaws. There are some minor spoilers in here, so if you’re enraged by spoilers, consider yourself forewarned.
This week, the first-ever full-length animated Godzilla movie debuts on Netflix. Originally released last year in Japan, Godzilla: Monster Planet is the 32nd Godzilla movie to come out in the past 64 years. Cinelinx takes a look at the big, radioactive reptile, focusing on the many ups-and-downs of the King of Monsters.
It’s fun to watch giant monsters go on a rampage and destroy cities, or to go head-to-head in a super-sized slugfest. For decades now, the giant monster/kaiju genre has developed a strong fan following, while mostly being dismissed by critics. Over the years, Godzilla and King Kong have become household names. Let’s end the year by looking at a dozen of the greatest kaiju movies of all time.
Being a parent isn't exactly new to me, but having a newborn once again after all these years certainly FEELS new from time to time. Namely, it's amazing how perceptive young children can be. Even at just a few months old, our daughter has definitely picked up on some monstrous habits...Seriously.