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« on: March 09, 2001, 01:13:31 PM »

differently? What three things would you like to see happen in a Kaiju film that have never been done yet? Such as ...oh..a tokyo full of mansized turtles terrorised by  a giant six year old named kenny with a glass bowl...the day godzilla got the hots for Gorgo's mom...batman fighting the joker over a pile of radioactive dino do-do.Whatever! Suprise me...give this film style an enema!...figurativly. What would you realy like to see.........realy!
peter johnson
« Reply #1 on: March 09, 2001, 01:25:16 PM »

These are all good, but somehow these films are such bizarre self-parodying formats that any suggestion tends to compare beside the real wierdness.  Just consider Godzilla vs. Mothra in and of itself for a minute:  Singing midget faeries control giant Easter Eggs that give birth to monster catapillars & a gold-dust shooting enormo-moth.  How do you top that?
The sex angle could work.  Godzilla & Gamera decide they'd rather make love, not war.  Their passionate love-making flattens Tokyo in a way that mere willful destruction can't equal.  Their progeny devour their parents and go on to rule the Earth -- when there is a strange noise from space . . . .
« Reply #2 on: March 09, 2001, 01:42:41 PM »

I wouldn't mind throwing a Megladon shark into the mix as well...Godzilla v Monster Sharks.

Godzilla v Batman????  Somehow, if Tim Burton had directed it, it would have rocked.

Being an almost life long resident of the Bay Area I would love to see Godzilla walking under the Golden Gate bridge as Ikufube's famous march blasts away.  It would be nice if he then battled the giant octopus from It Came from Beneath the Sea as King Ghidorah, my favorite 'other' monster, blasts laser rays from each of his three heads as he stands atop Angel Island.  Perhaps Dirty Harry Callahan would show up and try to save the day.  If one cop could stare Godzilla in the eye and not crap his or her pants it would be Harry.  Can't think of anything more ouyt of control than that...and I would not play it for laughs, that would only make it look stupid.
« Reply #3 on: March 09, 2001, 04:31:08 PM »

An international "family drama" picture: Glenn Manning (AKA The Amazing Colossal Sarong-Wearing Bald Dude) adopts Frankenstein (Baragon's nemesis). They learn to laugh, to cry, to feel joy again, as father and son go fishing for giant octopi, skewer dumbasses with giant needles, and pitch cars out in the backyard (Nevada)...

Adapted from a manga parody: "Godzilla The Barbarian." Sword-wielding muscleman of antiquity, the big G (and his comic-relief sidekick Anglias) battle the evil Queen Biollante for control of the kaiju kingdom.

Since we're rewriting history regularly now ("Godzilla x Megaguiras" starts out with wholesale new continuity, complete with reshot sequences from the original "Godzilla"), why not go back in time again? Also from manga parody: "The Seven Samurai vs Godzilla." The one-eyed ronin Serizawa and his men face a Godzillasaurus terrorizing a poor village...
Warren H.
« Reply #4 on: March 09, 2001, 05:40:36 PM »

I'd like to see a film about a civilization of tiny people destroyed by a baby who, innocently enough, picks them all up and bites them to death doing what all babies do . . . putting stuff in his mouth.  It would be a parable about how mankind destroys all it comes in contact with, or something.  Yeah.
« Reply #5 on: March 09, 2001, 05:43:55 PM »

You could call it Gums.
Mighty Atomic Pikachu
« Reply #6 on: March 10, 2001, 07:34:46 AM »

Here's an idea:  Godzilla vs. Megalepus. Situation: a cosmetics company tests its new tissue-revival formula on a rabbit, and the rabbit grows to kaiju-size and goes on a rampage across Japan. The military tries to destroy it, but as rabbits go it's just too quick. They call on GODZILLA!

When it finds itself cornered by Godzilla, Megalepus self-replicates into about a dozen of the ferocious hoppers! They surround and then attack Godzilla, and the strange thing is they seem to be winning. Eventually, though, Godzilla beats the duplicates and forces the original Megalepus onto the very edge a steep sea cliff. Acting on instinct, it jumps off. Glub more giant bunny.
« Reply #7 on: March 10, 2001, 04:10:36 PM »

That actually sounds like something Toho would do.  I'd pay money to see Godzilla fighting a pack of giant, crazed bunnies.
Faerie Of Death
« Reply #8 on: March 11, 2001, 11:47:15 PM »

Considering that America is the melting pot of cultures and we are so welcoming to Japan and all it's technology, automobiles, monsters, etc., the heart of America and Godzilla should be able to interact with each other as well.  How does the image of confused rednecks with shotguns and rusted out pickup trucks battling Godzilla or Mothra or Rodan or something sound?  Hey, it worked for the zombie genre. . .
« Reply #9 on: March 12, 2001, 12:09:58 PM »

Hummm...intersting. New mecha, the Ford BMFr-7000. A biped-pickup truck with a wepons pod as a bed liner! hehehe. I like it! Imagin the possabilites....Talk about a monster truck!
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