Released as Japan became trapped between Cold War superpowers, Gamera considers a world united against a common cause: a giant turtle.
Sci-Fi Blu-Ray Reviews
One of the screen's great alien invasion stories, War of the Worlds represents a creative peak and unique religiously-focused allegory.
Admire the spirit of a filmmaker trying to keep Japanese kaiju alive, but God Raiga vs King Ohga is otherwise unwatchable.
The send-off for the franchise's 50th anniversary, Ultraman X: The Movie doesn't have the spectacle needed for such an event.
There's a universe of potential stories and characters in The Last Jedi, but this latest Star Wars narrows its view to a small pocket of space with no room …
Over 70-minutes, Ultraman Orb: The Movie moves from smart social comedy to a lengthy battle designed to sell toys.
While concluding on a slew of almost incomprehensible fighting, Ultraman Geed's closing chapter respects culture and excels in creating personalities.
Imperfect and existing only to exploit a trend, writing off Gappa ignores that it's trying to bring a sense of normalcy to a changing country.
Ultraman Orb: The Origin Saga uses its platform to subtly teach kids about Japan's wartime mistakes between splendid giant monster battles.
Night Key isn't prime Universal, but it's raised in stature by way of Boris Karloff's starring role in an otherwise typical b-feature.
Uniquely told British horror, The Abominable Snowman tells a story of cultures at odds, and science bringing reason to extraordinary circumstances.
Lon Chaney Jr.'s stint as an electrically-imbued mutation in Man Made Monster follows the Universal formula, but with updates for a contemporary time.