There's not a single surprise in The Black Castle, but it's invitingly familiar, using all of Universal's best cliches and tropes.
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The final film from Andy Sidaris and Malibu Bay Films, stars Shae Marks and Julie Strain steam up the screen in Return to Savage Beach.
Playmate Shae Marks and wrestler Marcus Bagwell bring new life to the campy and fun formula used by director Andy Sidaris in Day of the Warrior.
Trapped in the shadows of the preceding films, Gamera the Brave brings the series back to its roots with a carefully composed story about loss and grief.
Gamera 3 represents the kaiju genre's pinnacle, both in delivering effects-driven action and deeply thematic storytelling.
Gundala is a violent superhero flick from Indonesia that captures the country's own take on the genre with ahelping borrowed from Hollywood flicks.
Gamera 2 brings a unique, inventive opponent for the title monster to fight in a lesser, if still often spectacular sequel.
Gamera: Guardian of the Universe brings out the greatness of the kaiju genre, both through adventure and thematic weight.
Only a few Japanese giant monster movies earn their stereotyped ridicule. Gamera Super Monster is among those elite.
Prepare your tolerance for low budget giant monster movies before Gamera vs Zigra, but even that might not be enough.
A last gasp of sorts, Gamera vs Jiger brings back city destruction to a story that encapsulates the overarching theme about believing in children.
Eschewing logic, Gamera vs Guiron goes all-in with a Saturday morning-esque adventure in space where kids conquer all.