Another must see episode of The DVD Shelf. Here is it’s description:
In this extra large episode of The DVD Shelf Movie Reviews, I’ll delve deep into the creation of one of the most famous giant monsters in movie history, Godzilla. Born out of post-World War II Japanese sensibilities, Godzilla has gone on to star in nearly thirty films over the years, but none are as dark, ominous, and captivating as the original 1954 black-and-white film that started it all. This episode fully explores the origin of the ideas for Godzilla and includes a review the the Criterion Collection Blu-ray release with its hearty helping of special features that are sure to please fans and non-fans alike!
Mario meets Modern Warfare in this action packed fan film that’s sure to be entertaining for all gamers.
Does contain mild profanity. But nothing too harsh.
A lovely little animated work. Truly worth checking out.
If you haven’t heard my interview with Cecil Trachenburg of “Good Bad Flicks” on Erase/Rewind, then get over there and listen to it dang it! But Cecil’s show is dedicated to defending those films which many others tend to vilify. In this episode he dares to defend 1995′s Judge Dredd during the release of the current critical darling, “Dredd” staring Karl Urban. Cecil’s reviews tend to learn toward the not-so-typical and are a lot of fun to watch.
Check it out.
Also, if you like his work, head on over to www.goodbadflicks.com
As a bonus, you can also hear my interview with Mr. Trachenburg here:
David Rose has outdone himself this time with this review of the “Vista Series” 2-Disc set of “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” by going as far as to actually film himself alongside animated characters.
Check this one out for sure.
An individual going by the nick, Otaking77077 has created an amazing Star Wars animation short for an upcoming project. If this is just the test, I cannot wait to see the whole thing.
Check it out and see what you think.
He also created a Doctor Who animation sometime back as well.