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With about 2 months and 1 week until the new Godzilla movie left, I believe it is time to prepare to prepare for the movie. There are 28 Godzilla movies (not counting the 1998 failure or 2014 version since it's not out yet). When the countdown reaches the final month, we should watch one Godzilla movie a day/night starting with the original 1954 masterpiece. That way we'll all be pumped up and excited for the new Godzilla movie. But that's just my idea. What's your idea on how to celebrate? Prepare for the arrival of the King any way you can.
Umm....well I'm only 14 and live on Ireland so haven't had much access to the older films but ill find a way to celebrate. Me and 3 other freinds are already planning on going to see it at maybe a midnight release so we will see what we can do before but that's most likely just gonna be yapping Bout the film and telling each other how excited we are hahaðŸ˜œðŸ˜œ
I've been doing something like this. I have a list of films I'm going to watch before the movie drops. I'm currently at Godzilla vs. Hedorah, although I'm wondering if I want to wait for the bluray release in May before I continue.
That sounds like a really fun idea, but I don't HAVE all 28 films so I can't do it.... bummer. Does anybody
have any idea how I could celebrate?
I actually don't have all 28 films right now either. A few of my discs have burnt out over the years. I have 24 of them. But I make up for it by watching others:
Rodan, The Mysterians, Mothra, Frankenstein Conquers the World, War of the Gargantuas, the Gamera Trilogy, Ultraman Zero, Cloverfield, Pacific Rim...etc...
Just use what you have, basically. And of course plenty of these movies are coming out on Bluray and DVD starting this May.
Well, thanks Gman. I'll have to see what I can do about getting some of those. On your dvd post did you list the prices or are they not announced yet?
@ everybody. If you don't have them all, just watch other Toho monster movies or other monster movies. I only have 27 movies (not counting 1998 if you can even count it) but i've seen the one I'm missing (Godzilla 1984 if you were wondering) online. Plus the selection of Godzilla/Toho movies on iTunes is growing more and more. They got War of the Gargantuas now. So iTunes can be a good tool to use. But like I said before, prepare for the arrival of the King any way you can.
Okay, please, no one say I'm not a true fan, but.... I don't have ANY of the old Toho monster movies. I really wish I did, but I don't. So if anyone can tell me where I can watch some of them (Godzilla's on iTunes?) I would really appreciate it.
Including the Godzilla films? Just curious.
In any case, I can add the basic price for each of those discs if it helps you. Would a link to Amazon.com for each of those releases on the DVD thread help? Prices tend to change from place to place, but I always find Amazon pretty fair.
Yes. Including the Godzilla films.
Long story short, the reason is because I used to have a lot of them on VHS, then everything went DVD and my parents sold all of our VHS in a yardsale when we moved to Arkansas. The reason I still don't have any of them is because I never see them at any retailers, where I've got most of my DVDs (Pacific Rim, Godzilla 1998. Yes, I have the 1998 Godzilla movie, and that's because I found it in the $5 bin at Wal-mart and I liked the movie anyway), so I haven't come across any of them. Otherwise I would have gladly tried to re-build my collection. And now that I'm earning money, I'm having to use a lot of it on my pet gecko. Trust me, when I have the money I'm going to try to get some. It's not just because I'm not a big enough fan to just go ahead and instantly start buying them offline. If I could do that, I'd have pre-ordered all of the Godzilla 2014 toys by now.
But anyway, yes, I would really appreciate it. :) Amazon is where I do a lot of shopping, so I agree with you about it being fair.
Edit: Sorry the reply took so long. Just had breakfast.
Fair enough. I'll add Amazon links to the DVD post. I'll also thow some cheaper DVD/bluray options that are available now. The nice thing about most Godzilla movies these days is that they're dirt cheap.
Glad to hear it, and thanks for your help! :)
I got most of my old films at Barnes & Nobles. But I think Amazon would be a better aproach. Don't worry, you'll have them soon enough. I've had to search and hunt relentlessly to find Godzilla films as well. It took me years to find Godzilla vs Biollante on dvd. But with patience and a very compulsive desire, you'll get them.
Thanks, Kingkaijugojira! :)
For you and anyone else who need some direction of where to pick up these films I've detailed a list with prices and links for you here:
It does not detail future releases, which will continue to be updated here:
Moved my response over to your link. You can read it there.