What is Your favorite Godzilla Continuity?4,648 Views51 RepliesAdd A Reply
Let me clarify. I do not meant the eras I mean the continuity’s. For example, GMK is connected to the OG film and so is the rest of the showa, but the rest of the showa and GMK are not in the same timeline.
I like The anime continuity and I also like the GMk one
No, but they're returning in either August or September....
Maybe, but there's certainly a precedent for it. That's practically what the Criterion Collection is based on. (And there's a reason they only wanted the Showa Era.) But to not classify GMK as important seems odd since it was the most successful and talked about Millennium film. And watching Godzilla x MechaGodzilla without Tokyo SOS is odd. Frankly at that point, just watch all of them.
hmmm. That’s weird because I watched KOTM and GvK on like April 28 or something and they removed it that quickly? Shame on them.
Yeah, I'll probably just do the entire Kiyru saga just for continuity's sake...
They removed them on May 1st
I’m watching thess films when I get time.
Godzilla Raids again
King Kong vs Godzilla
Mothra vs Godzilla
Invasion of the Astro Monster
Ebirah Horror of the deep
and many other showa movies.
Their harder to get to watch now, (at least for me)
Well if you have the money I'd spring for the Criterion set. It's expensive, but worth it.
Otherwise, I think the majority of the titles you mentioned are on various forms of streaming, including HBO Max.
Off-Topic question Gman, but has my Stranger Things article been approved?
If not please do so....
Heisei and Showa.
As much as I like the Millennium series my biggest problem with it is the fact that it kept resetting the timeline and never had a strong continuity (a problem that the Reiwa series also has). What I like about the Heisei series, the MonsterVerse, and parts of the Showa series is that the movies feel connected to each other, with the events of previous movies setting up the story for future movies, like Mecha-King Ghidorah's remains being used for Mechagodzilla or the Oxygen Destroyer killing the original Godzilla and creating Destoroyah. It makes the world feel more interesting.
As for 1998, I'm a bit biased towards it as it played a big role in my childhood. It was the first giant monster movie I ever saw and helped make me the fan that I am Today, so I could never truly dislike it. As a Godzilla movie it fails, but as a dumb entertaining monster movie I don't think it's that bad. I don't think that it deserves the intense hatred that a lot of fans throw at it (seriously it's been 23 years, get over it). The animated series is actually pretty good and is much more faithful to Godzilla's legacy, so I would recommend it.
I'm not sure which site that article that's linked to and who spends the most time running it, so that's going to have to be either Chris or someone else that approves it once it has been looked at.
It's the editorials...on Scified.Com
I don’t know If I can afford the criterion collection right now. I’m saving my money for other things at the moment. As for HBO Max, I don’t really trust HBO. I think I’ll just rent them somehow.
If it is not Godzilla or kaiju related I do not run it.
Oh, ok then.
Chris approved it
lets see favorite Godzilla continiuties....
Need to actually watch anime trilogy, singular point, 2000-megagurius, GMK, Kiryu Saga, Shin, and Final Wars... so there a bucket list
was interesting not my favorite, but not my least favorite
Godzilla 2000 and Godzilla x Megaguirus are not in the same continuity. They stand alone.
each of them are connected to 1954 separately though?
sorry i didn't know that, I haven't watched them yet
Correct, though Godzilla x Megaguirus altered the events of the 1954 film drastically.