|Statement||by Dana Cain.|
|LC Classifications||PN1995.9.M6 C34 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||175 p. :|
|Number of Pages||175|
|LC Control Number||98089044|
COLLECTING JAPANESE MOVIE MONSTERS succeeds very well in this, and its text provides some lively historical background into that singularly odd period in cinema where colossal creatures used Tokyo as a ring and we watched guilt-free. Note to "serious" Japanese movie monster collectors: don't take . ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: color illustrations ; 28 cm: Contents: The history of Godzilla in Toho films --Japanese monster movies: a chronology --Japanese movie monster guide --A history of collecting Japanese monster toys --Japanese & American figures --Movie posters, film, video and theater material --Model kits --Toys and games --Books. Collecting Japanese Movie Monsters SC ( Landmark) comic books. All Issues; In Stock; Display. Issue #ST. Collecting Japanese Movie Monsters SC ( Landmark) #ST. Published by Landmark. Available Stock; Add to want list; This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will. After the appearance of a new Gojira (Godzilla), the Japanese government builds a robotic Godzilla from the bones of the original monster that attacked Tokyo in to stop the beast. Director: Masaaki Tezuka | Stars: Yumiko Shaku, Shin Takuma, Kana Onodera, Kô Takasugi.
Monsters in the Movies by John Landis is filled with the author's own fascinating and entertaining insights into the world of movie-making, and includes memorable contributions from leading directors, actors and monster-makers. The book is also stunningly illustrated with movie stills and posters drawn from the unrivaled archives of the /5(5). It came from Japan! The colossal monster rises from the harbour and lays an apocalyptic smackdown on the horizon, taking a moment to pose in front of the smoking carnage and it’s not Godzilla Author: Tom Hawker. The 15 Best Japanese Monster Movies of All Time. The Japanese term (dai)kaiju refers to a film genre that features giant monsters, usually attacking humanity or fighting other similar creatures. Toho’s Godzilla (the Japanese title is actually Godzira) is the most renowned character of the genre, with other famous entries including Tsuburaya Productions’ Ultraman and Daiei Film’s Gamera. Anything related directly to movie monsters, or things movie monster fans would collect. We are always buying collections, or whatever you have--movie posters, magazines, model kits, figures, masks, vinyl figures, etc. You can live a better life through the worship of monsters.
Thirty years after the original monster's rampage, a new Godzilla emerges and attacks Japan. Directors: Koji Hashimoto, R.J. Kizer, Ishirô Honda | Stars: Raymond Burr, Keiju Kobayashi, Ken Tanaka, Yasuko Sawaguchi. Votes: 5, | Gross: $M. Gabara. Appearances: Godzilla’s Revenge (aka All Monsters Attack) Godzilla’s Revenge is probably the worst Japanese Godzilla movie, and Gabara is doubtless the worst monster to . This is an alphabetical list of films featuring giant monsters, known in Japan as of the first films involving giant monsters was the classic King Kong, as developments in cinema and animation enabled the creation of realistic giant film influenced many giant-monster films in its wake, including many produced in Japan, starting with the adaptation King Kong Appears. Far too often, however, it's been an unrequited love, as some of our most vividly remembered movies have either been wholly unavailable, or nearly impossible to obtain. Here at The Monster Movie Store, we're collectors, too. On the Studio side, we've tried to assemble a slate of essential titles, rarities and ephemera (plus some enjoyable junk!).