Mothra II is the non-distinctive middle child of this small trilogy.
Even outside of its social statements, The Blob is uproariously entertaining cinema.
Night of the Comet still holds up as a fun movie, though it is hard to determine exactly why.
Snowpiercer is created with the mindset of surface and deeper level metaphors.
Films like The Signal are ultimately 50/50 ventures – only half of the audience will follow along.
Despite the occasionally suspect VFX, there is enough here to make it a solid recommendation for adventurous viewers.
Godzilla is a staggering, unrelenting villain who lashes out at Japan's toxic, disrespectful youth and their petty ignorance of the past.
Edge of Tomorrow becomes as viciously enthralling as its premise is alluring
Toho's forceful re-establishment of their icon is a divided victory.
This accidental dud wiggles into classic status – cult classic anyway – but for Megalon, that’s more than it could ask for.
Godzilla is an imperfect blockbuster about a perfect American military butting up against three massive natural anomalies who also happen to be a box office draw.
Final Wars is shamelessly childish and even derogatory