Old Godzilla Movies Watch For Free

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    Does anyone know where I can watch the old Godzilla movies online for free?
    I don't mean the one where Godzilla goes to the US and gets killed. I want to watch the old ones and with english sub if they are in japanese plz!!! Thank you!!!

    • ANSWER:
      Try using http://bit.ly/FreeFilmsToday

      They have thousands of movies and add news ones all the time. I watched Inception on there last night :)

  2. QUESTION:
    How much does a trip to Mazatlan Sinaloa Mexico cost?
    If it is 4 people and includes hotel, and food. How much would it be? And also how much would the plane be if we are flying from Durango Mexico to Mazatlan Sinaloa Mexico? Debating on whether to go to Puerto Vallarta or Mazatlan! Thanks!
    :)

    • ANSWER:
      My vote goes to Mazatlan... but please, let me elaborate....

      (I know Vallarta, Cabo, San Carlos, Manzanillo, among other Northern Pacific Beaches, and they are all pretty cool places in their own right, but let me say this, out of the bunch, i moved to Mazatlan....)

      How much would the trip cost, well, It depends on many factors...

      Let's start with "GETTING THERE". As with most flights and hotel rooms, most rates depend on two things, 1.- whether you'll be traveling during a holiday/high season date, or on a regular, low season interval of dates; and 2.- How much in advance do you book your flight/hotel room....

      But fear not, cool thing about Mazatlan is that is has a several options, for all the budgets and tastes...

      You can golf, surf, hike, go sportsfishing, indulge in world class spas, fine-dine, pub-crawl, work on your tan, like you can on most other beach destinations, and still not break the bank....

      Mazatlan also offers many other activities to fill your TO DO list, that no other beach does....

      Here they are, in no particular order, a list of activities that make Mazatlan a unique destination.

      1.- Very few things compare to having a Nieve de Con Medrano (Garrafa-style Ice cream) and Find out why, after 50 years they are still the locals` favourites... Our pick: the plum (ciruela) and vanilla combination!" Note: You can find the little ice cream cart in downtown mazatlan behind City Hall...

      2.- Take a tour to the historic Pacifico Brewery, and find out how the world famous Pacifico beer is made." Oh, and the free samples at the end only make the trip that much sweeter...

      3.- Surf the evening glass at Playa Bruja...

      4.- Get spoiled rotten at Nautica Costa Bonita´s Santuario spa... THE definition of pampering....

      5.- Birdwatching at el Yugo's estuary...!

      6.- Hike up the Lighthouse Hill; the second tallest in the world. Breathtaking views of the city!!!"

      7.- Pub-Crawlin' in Old-Downtown's great mix of nice little bars, cafes and restaurants...

      8.- It´s Mahi-Mahi time!!" Spend your morning fishing for Dorados, then have family and friends, over for a great cook-out! There you can treat them both to the freshest dinner, and/or the best fisherman´s tales over a couple of Pacificos...

      9.- Race your friends to see who can raise a waist-high sand castle faster at Playa Bruja... (then then let your inner-child play Godzilla..

      10.- Enjoy the foot-long 'Criminal-Quesadillas', a few blocks South from Valentino's, after a big night-out, just before heading back home... while discussing 'The Hangover 2' movie...

      11.- Skinny-Dipping at Bird Island... hey, we only live once, right...? (I´ve been told it´s lots of fun...)

      12.- Swim with the sharks!!!" Come, visit the Aquarium..." Those who've done that before, may want to drop by again, many new, cool additions, like -you guessed- the Shark Tank!

      13.- Visit the Cathedral"... Regardless of your beliefs, you can admire this beautiful XIX century church, combines several architectural styles and it´s a trip on its own...

      If your there for more than a few days:

      14.- Going up to Concordia just for the Burnt Milk-Shaved Ice Slushies.... then stay for the day window-shopping the rustic furniture shops..."

      15.- Visit the DIF Camp by Cerritos Beach, and help release hundreds of baby sea turtles." Wildlife Preservation efforts are being done all over, you too can help, and have fun in the process..

      16.- Skating downhill on Paseo del Centenario... Sidewalk surfing taken to new heights...!

      17.- Watch time slow down, and the world smile, sitting at one of Plazuela Machado´s cafes... and fancy yourself the next Hemingway...

      And if the timing is right, and you picked the right season...

      18.- Meteor Showers on cloudless nights, over by Delfin Beach....", When the elements permit, and stars are aligned, nothing else compares... Check with your favourite weatherman...

      19.- The Dia de la Musica street festival", Enjoy a taste of all music genres on different stages, all over Old Downtown. Tonight, live perfomances by local artists, experts on their fields, a feast for your ears...!

      20.- Root for your favourite winter-sport's team wearing a hawaiian shirt, shorts and sandals!!!". Enjoy the NBA Finals, or the NHL playoffs with a cold Pacifico beer, in one of Mazatlan´s many beachside restaurants. Our recommendations: The Fish Market, Diego´s, Munchkins, and/or the Dugout... GO CANUCKS!!!

      21.- A Venados home game! (Mazatlan´s AAA league baseball team...)... Think a MLB game, if it was conceived by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, and narrated by the Farreli´s brothers...

      22.- Be taken by Delfos` newest coreographic creation at the Angela Peralta Theater...

      23.- Carnaval!!! Join the whole town and ask Mazatlan to dance on Mardi Gras...

      Never a dull moment in Mazatlan!!!

      Have a safe trip, and hope this helps!

  3. QUESTION:
    What are the best things to expierience in Mazatlan Mexico?

    • ANSWER:
      Where to start.... Ok... here we go, in no particular order....

      1.- Very few things compare to having a Nieve de Con Medrano (Garrafa-style Ice cream) and Find out why, after 50 years they are still the locals` favourites... Our pick: the plum (ciruela) and vanilla combination!" Note: You can find the little ice cream cart in downtown mazatlan behind City Hall...

      2.- Take a tour to the historic Pacifico Brewery, and find out how the world famous Pacifico beer is made." Oh, and the free samples at the end only make the trip that much sweeter...

      3.- Surf the evening glass at Playa Bruja...

      4.- Get spoiled rotten at Nautica Costa Bonita´s Santuario spa... THE definition of pampering....

      5.- Birdwatching at el Yugo's estuary...!

      6.- Be taken by Delfos` newest coreographic creation at the Angela Peralta Theater...

      7.- Hike up the Lighthouse Hill; the second tallest in the world. Breathtaking views of the city!!!"

      8.- Going up to Concordia just for the Burnt Milk-Shaved Ice Slushies.... then stay for the day window-shopping the rustic furniture shops..."

      9.- Pub-Crawlin' in Old-Downtown's great mix of nice little bars, cafes and restaurants...

      10.- It´s Mahi-Mahi time!!" Spend your morning fishing for Dorados, then have family and friends, over for a great cook-out! There you can treat them both to the freshest dinner, and/or the best fisherman´s tales over a couple of Pacificos...

      11.- Race your friends to see who can raise a waist-high sand castle faster at Playa Bruja... (then then let your inner-child play Godzilla..

      12.- Enjoy the foot-long 'Criminal-Quesadillas', a few blocks South from Valentino's, after a big night-out, just before heading back home... while discussing 'The Hangover 2' movie...

      13.- Skinny-Dipping at Bird Island... hey, we only live once, right...? (I´ve been told it´s lots of fun...)

      14.- Visit the DIF Camp by Cerritos Beach, and help release hundreds of baby sea turtles." Wildlife Preservation efforts are being done all over, you too can help, and have fun in the process..

      15.- Skating downhill on Paseo del Centenario... Sidewalk surfing taken to new heights...!

      16.- Swim with the sharks!!!" Come, visit the Aquarium..." Those who've done that before, may want to drop by again, many new, cool additions, like -you guessed- the Shark Tank!

      17.- Meteor Showers on cloudless nights, over by Delfin Beach....", When the elements permit, and stars are aligned, nothing else compares... Check with your favourite weatherman...

      18.- Visit the Cathedral"... Regardless of your beliefs, you can admire this beautiful XIX century church, combines several architectural styles and it´s a trip on its own...

      19.- The Dia de la Musica street festival", Enjoy a taste of all music genres on different stages, all over Old Downtown. Tonight, live perfomances by local artists, experts on their fields, a feast for your ears...!

      20.- Root for your favourite winter-sport's team wearing a hawaiian shirt, shorts and sandals!!!". Enjoy the NBA Finals, or the NHL playoffs with a cold Pacifico beer, in one of Mazatlan´s many beachside restaurants. Our recommendations: The Fish Market, Diego´s, Munchkins, and/or the Dugout... GO CANUCKS!!!

      21.- Watch time slow down, and the world smile, sitting at one of Plazuela Machado´s cafes... and fancy yourself the next Hemingway...

      22.- A Venados home game! (Mazatlan´s AAA league baseball team...)... Think a MLB game, if it was conceived by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, and narrated by the Farreli´s brothers...

      23.- Carnaval!!! Join the whole town and ask Mazatlan to dance on Mardi Gras...

      And the list could go on and on.... Never a dull moment in Mazatlan, i tell you...
      Saludos,
      Cayo

  4. QUESTION:
    godzilla movie for free?
    i want to watch godzilla movies for free without downloading. just watching sth rather than WATCH-MOVIES.NET cause they don't have.
    plz tell me!!!!!!!!!!!! godzilla movies look great!
    i mean not downloading... but online.
    i want to watch most of them. just tell me websites similar to watch-movies/net that has godzilla sieries.
    plz tell me!!! i really can't wait!!!

    • ANSWER:
      Old movie but its worth 2 watch buddy

      here u go...
      cd1

      http://d01.megashares.com/?d01=437f450

      cd2

      http://d01.megashares.com/?d01=8fcb825

      use IDM for fast download

      Enjoy!!!

  5. QUESTION:
    Personality test: Who are you more like, King Kong or Godzilla? 1963 was a tie when the lovable monsters met ?
    http://www.kingkongvsgodzilla.com/ is a fan site dedicated to King Kong and Godzilla.

    "King Kong vs Godzilla marks an important turning point in the Godzilla series. It isn't the first time Godzilla fought another monster (that would be 1955's Godzilla Raids Again), but it is a dramatic departure from the the serious tone and melodrama of the previous two films. Instead, King Kong vs Godzilla plays like a big colorful fantasy film, with lots of humor along the way. The movie also sacrifices some of the realism of the previous films in order to make the fights and destruction more fun.

    The plot is simplicity itself: Godzilla is freed from the iceberg he was encased in at the end of Godzilla Raids Again. OK, Godzilla wasn't actually trapped in an iceberg, he was buried by an avalanche of snow on a remote island. OK, it didn't really look like an avalanche of snow, it looked more like a someone dropped a couple of bucketfuls of chipped ice on top of him. Whatever.

    Godzilla immediately heads for Japan. Why he does this is never really explained -- maybe he likes karaoke bars. Or really hates karaoke bars. When you're dealing with a 150-foot tall monster, the end result is going to be the same, at least until they design a karaoke bar with a 200-foot tall entrance.

    Meanwhile, the CEO of a pharmaceuticals company sends some of his employees to Faro island to look for a berry they are hoping to process into medicine. The expedition finds the berry and an unexpected bonus: King Kong. The members of the expedition decide to do the only thing any reasonable person would when faced with a 150-foot tall giant ape. That is, they decide to bring it back to Japan. Probably to show off all the karaoke bars they have.*

    Before long, King Kong and Godzilla are both rampaging around Japan. It isn't all that much longer before they're wrestling their way across Japan. And of course, there's a wacky cast of Japanese character actors to watch helplessly as giant monsters destroy Tokyo once again.

    "The natives say 'You look silly in those hats.'"
    In the scene where Godzilla breaks free from the iceberg, ice comes tumbling down off the iceberg, threatening to crush the submarine that lies under the water nearby. If you think about it for a moment, you'll realize that ice floats and that the threat of sinking ice destroying the submarine is impossible. If you can't cheerfully dismiss that fact or the other scientific anomalies that pepper this movie, then perhaps you weren't cut out to be a fan of Godzilla films.

    Like Alice's White Queen, true Godzilla fans can believe six impossible things before breakfast, so long as those things involve their favorite giant green lizard. They just keep reminding themselves why they are here: to see the Big G kick some monster butt and destroy a few cities along the way.

    What can't be cheerfully dismissed, however, is the American butchering of an otherwise enjoyable Godzilla movie. As with the original 1954 Godzilla, Universal Studios thought the Japanese cut of the film to be unsuitable for American audiences. Thus, they cut out certain scenes -- mostly those which develop the personalities of the various characters -- and replaced them with infuriating "U.N. Newscasts," which serve to explain the plot details that have been removed. They also kill the action immediately. When this version is viewed against the original cut, it becomes obvious that American studio executives (and in particular, American producer John Beck) thought American audiences were stupid. What, we can't appreciate the fact that the two women back home are worrying about their explorer boyfriends? We wuz robbed!

    Air Kong!
    Another problem with this film is the appearance of King Kong. Of course, Toho chose to portray King Kong by putting a man in a monkey suit rather than using stop-motion animation. The Kong suit is pretty awful-looking, with an inflexible face and a body that looks like it was upholstered with wet dog hair. Some thought was given as to how to give the man in the suit more of the outline of a gorilla, with longer arms and bowed legs, and a compromise was reached. There seem to be two different sets of arms used, one where the actor's hands fit into King Kong's hands for scenes where King Kong needs to use his hands. In other scenes the suit has arm extensions to make its forearms longer than the actor's.

    Yet another odd feature of this film is the relationship between the two monsters and electricity. We are informed in this movie that Godzilla is afraid of electricity, and he won't cross even modest power lines. Compare this to Godzilla's reaction to the power line defense that was used to protect Tokyo in the original Godzilla. King Kong has also gained some sort of affinity for electricity, and lighting makes him stronger. The reasoning behind this seems to be that King Kong really was sort of a god back on his island. King Kong's ability to manipulate electricity
    Thanks Ruby. I omitted to say I pick to be King Kong & here's why - I have short legs, a barrel-like tummy & hairy chest, a soft spot for ladies in distress, and a ferocious temper.... :-)

    • ANSWER:
      Truthfully, I used to view those old movies of Godzilla (when it was shown on Disney channel back when I was a small child no less.)

      Anyway,I looked at them and thought it would kind of cool to be Godzilla & totally wreck tall building get into giant monster fights...

      So, I'd pick to be Godzilla.

  6. QUESTION:
    Do you like watching old movies?
    When I say old movies I am thinking more like from the 1960s and before and maybe 1970s. But it can always mean movies from the 80s and 90s and even from the year 2000. Anyways I like a lot of older movies such as Strangers on a Train, North by Northwest, Planet of the Apes, Babes in Toyland that came out in 1934 (I also like Disney's Babes in Toyland), Earth vs. the Flying Saucers, Godzilla and so on.

    Now I still like watching new movies. I enjoyed the new Batman movie and the new Spider-Man movie.

    • ANSWER:
      I love old classics, My favorite classic is Sunset Blvd. (1950) I just recently downloaded some Buster Keaton silent films. [public domain, free to download] I am also a huge fan of Charles Chaplin.

      Here is the list i plan on watching over the next two weeks. These are all Buster Keaton movies btw.

      Backstage
      Battling Butler (1926)
      Convict 13 (1920)
      Cops (1922) -------------seen
      Daydreams (1922)
      Fatty Arbuckle Coney Island
      Fatty Arbuckle Good Night Nurse
      Fatty Arbuckle His Wedding Night
      Fatty Arbuckle The Cook
      Fatty Arbuckle The Rough House
      Hard Luck (1921)
      My Wifes Relations (1922)
      Neighbours
      One Week
      Seven Chances (1925) --------seen & loved it.
      Sherlock Jr (1924)
      Spite Marriage (1929)
      SteamBoat Bill Jr (1928)
      The Balloonatic
      The Blacksmith
      The Boat
      The Electric House
      The Frozen North (1922)
      The General (1926) ------seen
      The Goat
      The Haunted House (1921)
      The High Sign
      The Love Nest
      The Navigator (1924)
      The Paleface
      The Playhouse
      The Railrodder (1965)
      The Scarecrow (1920)
      The Three Ages (1923)

      I love classics.

  7. QUESTION:
    Name of cartoon film?
    Its an old cartoon film maybe 1990's and its about animals, My sister really wants to watch it again but i can't remember the name of it all i can remember is they go to school any ideas?
    Name the 100's of films then ?? coz there really isnt that much when animals go to school Lol

    • ANSWER:
      you did say hundreds ...

      101 Dalmatians (1961 film)
      101 Dalmatians (1996 film)
      101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure
      102 Dalmatians
      20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (several films)
      A Boy and His Dog
      A Boy and His Dog (1946 film)
      A Bug's Life (animated)
      A Dog of Flanders
      A Tiger Walks
      Air Bud
      Air Bud: Golden Receiver
      Air Bud: Seventh Inning Fetch
      Air Bud Spikes Back
      Air Bud: World Pup
      Air Buddies
      All Dogs Go to Heaven (animated)
      All Dogs Go to Heaven 2 (animated)
      Alvin and the Chipmunks
      An American Tail (animated)
      An American Tail: Fievel Goes West (animated)
      An American Tail: The Treasure of Manhattan Island (animated)
      Anaconda
      Andre
      Antz
      Arachnophobia
      Arashi no Yoru Ni (animated)
      Arctic Tale
      As Good as It Gets
      Babe
      Babe: Pig in the City
      Balto (animated)
      Balto II: Wolf Quest (animated)
      Balto III: Wings of Change (animated)
      Bambi (animated)
      Bambi 2 (animated)
      Barnyard
      Beauty and the Beast (animated)
      Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas (animated)
      Because of Winn-Dixie
      Beethoven film series
      Belle's Magical World (animated)
      Belle's Tales of Friendship (animated)
      Belle sebastian
      Benji (1974)
      Benji the Hunted
      Beverly Hills Chihuahua
      Big Fish
      Big Red
      Bingo
      Black Beauty
      Bolt (animated)
      Born Free
      Born to be Wild
      Brother Bear (animated)
      Brother Bear 2 (animated)
      Cat's Eye (1985 film)
      Cat's Eye (1988 film)
      Cat's Eye (1997 film)
      Cat People (1942)
      Cat People (1982)
      Cats & Dogs
      Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore
      Cats Don't Dance
      Charlotte's Web (1973) (animated)
      Charlotte's Web (2006)
      Charlotte's Web 2: Wilbur's Great Adventure (2003) (animated)
      Cheetah
      Chicken Little (animated)
      Chicken Run (animated)
      Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian
      Curious George
      D-War
      Daktari
      Dances with Wolves
      Deep Blue Sea
      Dinosaur (animated)
      Doogal
      Dr. Dolittle
      Dr. Dolittle 2
      Dr. Dolittle 3
      Dr. Dolittle 4
      Dr. Dolittle Million Dollar Mutts
      DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp
      Duma
      Dumbo (animated)
      Dunston Checks In
      E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
      Ed
      Eight Below
      Eragon
      Far From Home: The Adventures of Yellow Dog
      Finding Nemo (animated)
      Firehouse Dog
      Flicka
      Flipper
      Fluke
      Flushed Away (animated)
      Fly Away Home
      Furry Vengeance
      G-Force
      The Ghost and the Darkness
      Godzilla 2000
      Good Boy!s
      Gordy
      The Great Mouse Detective
      Greystoke
      Hachi: A Dog's Tale
      Happy Feet (animated)
      Harry and Tonto
      Heidi
      Hidalgo
      Home on the Range
      Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey
      Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco
      Hoot
      Horton Hears a Who!
      Hotel for Dogs
      Hounded
      Ice Age (animated)
      Ice Age: The Meltdown (animated)
      Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (animated)
      The Incredible Journey
      The Incredible Mr. Limpet
      Iron Will
      Jaws
      Jaws 2
      Jaws 3-D
      Jaws: The Revenge
      Jurassic Park
      Jurassic Park II
      Jurassic Park III
      King Kong
      Kung Fu Panda (animated)
      Kung Fu Panda: Secrets of the Furious Five (animated)
      Lady and the Tramp (animated)
      Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure (animated)
      Lassie
      Lassie Come Home
      Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole (animated)
      Ma-Mha
      Madagascar (animated)
      Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa (animated)
      March of the Penguins
      Mighty Joe Young (1949)
      Mighty Joe Young (1988)
      Miracle of the White Stallions
      Moby Dick
      My Dog Skip
      My Neighbor Totoro (animated)
      Napoleon
      Napoleon and Samantha
      Narnia
      National Velvet
      Never Cry Wolf
      Newt
      Nikki, Wild Dog of the North
      Old Yeller
      Oliver & Company
      Once Upon a Forest
      Open Season (animated)
      Open Season 2 (animated)
      Operation Dumbo Drop
      Over the Hedge (animated)

  8. QUESTION:
    Best summer in mexico?
    I know Mexico is a big big country , (but forgetting about the problems over there.) I think is a good place and nice ppl because I when for 2months and it was awesome place I didn't want to come back to NYC

    • ANSWER:
      Though i´ll always have a spot in my heart for places like Cabo, San Blas, Manzanillo and San Carlos, my vote would have to go to Mazatlan...

      Besides the obligatory beach destination options/requirements, Mazatlan´s town and surroundings offer many options to make the most out of your trip...

      Here´s a few things i´d put on my TO-DO-List when visiting the Pacific Pearl (in no particular order)

      1.- Very few things compare to having a Nieve de Con Medrano (Garrafa-style Ice cream) and Find out why, after 50 years they are still the locals` favourites... Our pick: the plum (ciruela) and vanilla combination!" Note: You can find the little ice cream cart in downtown mazatlan behind City Hall...

      2.- Take a tour to the historic Pacifico Brewery, and find out how the world famous Pacifico beer is made." Oh, and the free samples at the end only make the trip that much sweeter...

      3.- Surf the evening glass at Playa Bruja...

      4.- Get spoiled rotten at Nautica Costa Bonita´s Santuario spa... THE definition of pampering....

      5.- Birdwatching at el Yugo's estuary...!

      6.- Be taken by Delfos` newest coreographic creation at the Angela Peralta Theater...

      7.- Hike up the Lighthouse Hill; the second tallest in the world. Breathtaking views of the city!!!"

      8.- Going up to Concordia just for the Burnt Milk-Shaved Ice Slushies.... then stay for the day window-shopping the rustic furniture shops..."

      9.- Pub-Crawlin' in Old-Downtown's great mix of nice little bars, cafes and restaurants...

      10.- It´s Mahi-Mahi time!!" Spend your morning fishing for Dorados, then have family and friends, over for a great cook-out! There you can treat them both to the freshest dinner, and/or the best fisherman´s tales over a couple of Pacificos...

      11.- Race your friends to see who can raise a waist-high sand castle faster at Playa Bruja... (then then let your inner-child play Godzilla..

      12.- Enjoy the foot-long 'Criminal-Quesadillas', a few blocks South from Valentino's, after a big night-out, just before heading back home... while discussing 'The Hangover 2' movie...

      13.- Skinny-Dipping at Bird Island... hey, we only live once, right...? (I´ve been told it´s lots of fun...)

      14.- Visit the DIF Camp by Cerritos Beach, and help release hundreds of baby sea turtles." Wildlife Preservation efforts are being done all over, you too can help, and have fun in the process..

      15.- Skating downhill on Paseo del Centenario... Sidewalk surfing taken to new heights...!

      16.- Swim with the sharks!!!" Come, visit the Aquarium..." Those who've done that before, may want to drop by again, many new, cool additions, like -you guessed- the Shark Tank!

      17.- Meteor Showers on cloudless nights, over by Delfin Beach....", When the elements permit, and stars are aligned, nothing else compares... Check with your favourite weatherman...

      18.- Visit the Cathedral"... Regardless of your beliefs, you can admire this beautiful XIX century church, combines several architectural styles and it´s a trip on its own...

      19.- The Dia de la Musica street festival", Enjoy a taste of all music genres on different stages, all over Old Downtown. Tonight, live perfomances by local artists, experts on their fields, a feast for your ears...!

      20.- Root for your favourite winter-sport's team wearing a hawaiian shirt, shorts and sandals!!!". Enjoy the NBA Finals, or the NHL playoffs with a cold Pacifico beer, in one of Mazatlan´s many beachside restaurants. Our recommendations: The Fish Market, Diego´s, Munchkins, and/or the Dugout... GO CANUCKS!!!

      21.- Watch time slow down, and the world smile, sitting at one of Plazuela Machado´s cafes... and fancy yourself the next Hemingway...

      22.- A Venados home game! (Mazatlan´s AAA league baseball team...)... Think a MLB game, if it was conceived by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, and narrated by the Farreli´s brothers...

      23.- Carnaval!!! Join the whole town and ask Mazatlan to dance on Mardi Gras...

      And the list could go on and on.... Never a dull moment in Mazatlan, i tell you...
      Saludos,
      Cayo


old godzilla movies watch for free

Old Godzilla Movies Online

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    Does anyone know where I can watch the old Godzilla movies online for free?
    I don't mean the one where Godzilla goes to the US and gets killed. I want to watch the old ones and with english sub if they are in japanese plz!!! Thank you!!!

    • ANSWER:
      Try using http://bit.ly/FreeFilmsToday

      They have thousands of movies and add news ones all the time. I watched Inception on there last night :)

  2. QUESTION:
    What is the board of elections and what can they do?
    If I am unsure or treated unfairly or cannot vote, can I count on the board of elections? I wonder...

    I recently saw the online movie, www.stealingamerica.org and I am very concerned the election will not be accurate!

    OBAMA '08

    • ANSWER:
      Just go hang out and let us old folks do the voting. I saw Godzilla and I always worry about a giant lizzard.

  3. QUESTION:
    What would you put in a movie room?
    Just wondering how you would decorate a movie room if you had the chance to. What movies would you decorate with (Posters & Memorabillia). Anything out of the ordniary you would do?

    • ANSWER:
      Old-fashioned popcorn maker, a huge one if you can find it. Otherwise target has smaller ones for like a hundred. Probably a wet bar in the back, and Blockbuster has tons of movie posters, just frame them.

      Personally, I'd look online for really old ones, like the original Godzilla or the original Time Machine, vintage looking stuff like that.

      Also if you're looking to spend a little more, noblecollection.com has really great memorabilia from many movies to really make the space almost realistic.

  4. QUESTION:
    does anyone know where i can watch old godzilla movies online?
    i tried surfthechannel but they only had like one and it wasnt a fight off, i mean like godzilla vs mothra, or vs some of the other monster guys

    • ANSWER:
      Here's godzilla vs biollante in english. There are also many other Godzilla Movies on the site aswell.

      http://stagevu.com/video/qmqxyuzqrwyw

      ENJOY!!!!

      oh and if you have netflix, you can watch several Godzilla Movies instantly on your computer.

      Just to name a few
      -Godzilla vs Mothra
      -Godzilla vs Mechagodzilla 2
      -Godzilla Tokyo SOS
      -Godzilla Final Wars

      And more.

      Hope these 2 suggestions help.

  5. QUESTION:
    Is this suitable?
    Is the old movie Godzilla suitable for a 7 year old boy who has seen It and Signs???
    omg!! he's my brother!! not mine!!!! LMAO!!

    He watched those other movies cuz my dad let him, not me!!

    • ANSWER:
      You have seven year old boy and you are thirteen?

      This is what your proflie says:
      My cat's name is Bonnie!!! I'm 13, Skinny, Bored all the time. LOL. I love all animals. I am 5'8" size 9 shoe in womens. brown short hair. blue eyes. my favorite movie is Just Like Heavenand Forrest Gump, i love all animals and plan to be a vet. Probably a vet who treats big animals/ farm animals. it would b cool to treat zoo animals too, but my favorite animals are horses, because they are so graceful and free. i also like cats, dogs, calves (and cows, but not as much) snakes, etc.. I turned 13 on August 16th!!! lol. i have yahoo messenger (obviously) umm... that's about it.i am usually online, so feel free to IM me anytime, or leave an offline message and i will write u back ASAP thanx!
      ~~Micah~~

  6. QUESTION:
    Good movies to watch?
    What are some good movies to watch , cuz i am really bored. i dont want somthing thats so old or so new cuz than I cant watch it online.
    thnx

    • ANSWER:
      hehehe where do i start!!

      well after 2000 because you can find these any where and also try moviedatacenter.com for movies there ace! and yyou can find all these on therE!

      13 Going on 30

      After the Sunset

      Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy

      Aviator, The

      Broken Wings

      Butterfly Effect, The

      Cellular

      Collateral

      Criminal

      Dawn of the Dead

      De-Lovely

      Dodgeball

      Dogville

      Door in the Floor, The

      50 First Dates

      Finding Neverland

      Friday Night Lights

      Games People Play: New York
      Girl Next Door, The

      Good Bye, Lenin!

      Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

      Hellboy

      Hero

      House of Flying Daggers

      I Heart Huckabees

      I'll Sleep When I'm Dead

      I'm Not Scared

      Kitchen Stories

      Kill Bill (Vol. 2)

      Kinsey

      Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events

      Love Me if You Dare

      Love Song for Bobby Long, A

      Machinist, The

      Man on Fire

      Miracle

      Motorcycle Diaries, The

      Mr. 3000

      Napoleon Dynamite

      Ocean's Twelve

      Open Water

      Osama

      P.S.

      Saw

      Secret Window

      Shaun of the Dead

      Shrek 2

      Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow

      Spanglish

      Spider-Man 2

      Spartan

      Starsky and Hutch

      Super Size Me

      Terminal, The

      Undertow

      Vanity Fair

      Very Long Engagement, A

      Village, The

      Wicker Park

      Wimbledon

      Woodsman, The

      Young Adam

      Against the Ropes

      Alfie

      Along Came Polly

      Assassination of Richard Nixon, The

      Bad Education

      Being Julia

      Big Bounce, The

      Bon Voyage

      Bourne Supremacy, The

      Chasing Liberty

      Chronicles of Riddick, The

      Clearing, The

      Day After Tomorrow, The

      Fahrenheit 9/11

      Garden State

      Godzilla (1954)

      Hidalgo

      Ladder 49

      Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, The

      Manchurian Candidate, The

      Mean Girls

      Merchant of Venice, The

      Monsieur Ibrahim

      Notebook, The

      Prince & Me, The

      Sex Is Comedy

      Shall We Dance?

      She Hate Me

      Stage Beauty

      Taking Lives

      Team America: World Police

      Troy

      Valentin

      Alamo, The

      Alexander

      Around the World in 80 Days

      Beyond the Sea

      Blade: Trinity

      Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason

      Christmas with the Kranks

      Danny Deckchair

      Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights
      Facing Windows

      Forgotten, The

      Grudge, The

      Jersey Girl

      Laws of Attraction

      Little Black Book

      Meet the Fockers

      Phantom of the Opera, The

      Primer

      Ray

      Raising Helen

      Torque

      Win a Date with Tad Hamilton

  7. QUESTION:
    A question for hardcore godzilla fans?
    Ok I've seen the first 2 Godzilla films and I want to see the rest can anyone please tell me were I can find them online maybe even where you've seen them please from one Godzilla fan to another.
    Um please read the question properly I said I want to watch them online because I don't have access to a video store of any kind

    • ANSWER:
      I hope by saying "the first 2 Godzilla films" you are referring to the 1950's movies and not those horrid remakes. The old Godzilla shows are a bit goofy, but fun. A few years ago, one of my local tv stations would have Godzilla marathons and run the movies over a weekend. As a matter of fact, I saw Kaijû daisenso
      (aka: Battle of the Astros
      Godzilla vs. Monster Zero (USA) (video title)
      Invasion of Astro-Monster
      Invasion of Planet X
      Invasion of the Astro-Monsters
      Invasion of the Astros (USA) (armed forces circuit title)
      Kaijû daisenso Kingughidorah tai Gojira (Japan) (reissue title)
      Monster Zero (USA)
      The Great Monster War
      War of the Monsters (literal English title))
      a couple of weeks ago.

      You can probably get them from most video stores, netflix, etc.

  8. QUESTION:
    I have some great ideas for books or movies?
    I Have a lot of short stories typed down in my Word Documents which could be turned into long books. Whom do I trust with my ideas, that would not steal them? I can date stamp them but if they have a great computer genius he could very well pre-date that stamp so how would I go about this and would anyone have any suggestions about which publicist I could use (preferably australian)???? I know I have not read anything like what I have written ( and I read a lot since I was five yrs old) but eventually someone will come up with the idea like I had the idea for dinosaurs coming to life well before the movie came out as I use to tell my kids this story all the time. Help please and thankyou anyone who can help? Maybe I need an agent before trying anything at all????

    • ANSWER:
      You're probably not ready to publish until you get rid of your paranoia. Ideas are a dime a dozen and that's the reason ideas can't be copyrighted. You and someone you've never talked to can come up with the same idea and similar plot. The difference will be how you both execute the plot and in the end they will read like different stories. And, no offense, but agents all the time get writers who say their idea has never been done before and when the agent reads what the book is about they can name off a handful of books with the same idea, thus making the writer look unread and unprofessional.

      Your dinosaur example is exactly the reason why ideas can't be copyrighted, as you've already noted others can come up with the exact same idea without ever talking to each other. You might have been telling your kids those stories long before the movie came out, but movies aren't made overnight. They're planned years in advance and it takes many years for most movies to get the green light for production (most never will), so there's no way for you to know who came up with the idea first. I have no idea what dinosaur movie youre talking about, but you do know this concept has been around since before I was born and I'm well into my 30s (I'm not that old, I know). Hmm I wonder when Godzilla was first released, because that is after all a dinosaur. I'm not trying to belittle you or your ideas, just saying.

      I suggest you not post any of your work online or send it off to anyone until you've done a lot of research into literary theft. It seems like you might worry yourself to death wondering if someone will steal your idea. Though, again, ideas can't be stolen since they can't be copyrighted. And, yes, someone can take your idea and write their own unique story based on it. That's very legal. What they can't do is take YOUR execution of the story and pretend its their own. I like to use this example since I'm a huge fan of this trope and have read a lot of these types of books. Take the vampire phase from a few years back. The shelves were full of vampire books. Many of them were similar in plot, but if you actually read them you'd actually notice that each story was different in it's own right. Most stories written (regardless of genre) will have similar elements to stories that were published before it. Take the Harry Potter series and Lord of the Rings for example, and the Magicians. The Magic School Bus. You''ll see similarities between all of these books. Many people believe their are fewer than 11 original ideas and everything else is a twist on one of those 11, including your own ideas.

      Enough of my rambling. Anyway, good luck. I think your biggest hurdle is getting over your paranoia. You wont' find an agent who represents short story collections by unknown writers (unless you have a finished novel, too). This is because short story collections don't sell well so publishers aren't buying them unless you're an established writer (Stephen King, for example). You might can find an ebook only publisher that will publish your short stories, though, but not a print publisher. If it's the short story collection you want to publish then try to get your name out there by getting a few published in tier 1 magazines and this will increase your chances.

      If you want to write your shorts into longer novels then start writing them. No one will give you the time of day unless you have a completed and polished novel ready to go. Right now, I get the sense that you haven't written them into novels. If not, then no agent or publisher can do anything for you right now. If by chance you come across an agent or publisher who is interested in your unfinished novels or your short story collection then consider that a red flag and run the other way. Don't worry about a publicists until you have a publishing contract signed or unless you know that you're going to self-publish. Good luck.

      The Australian market is very small, so if you don't have success there then don't be afraid to branch out into other markets like the US or UK (US is the biggest publishing market) - assuming your book will appeal to readers in those countries.

  9. QUESTION:
    What are these random noises coming from the phone during a conversation?
    I was on my cell phone last night in a conversation, when both of us started hearing strange noises coming out of our phones. Neither of us were online, listening to movies/music, or anything, just on the phone. There were feeds that ranged from Friday the 13th music to Godzilla, familiar music. Then we started hearing old tornado alerts for Ohio (had to be old because they talked about the Superbowl forecast and the warnings' times didn't match up). Then there were nuclear bomb warnings, with the same "ERRR ERRR ERRR" alert message for Illinois, then it started getting into ridiculous "roflcopter" and "Mushroom Kingdom" alerts with Microsoft Sam voices.

    Now, these strange feeds have happened to me before. I've gotten familiar music, weather warnings, and some strange flute or piccolo music, along with unfamiliar talk-radio and such. But only I could hear them (not the other line), and it's happened with two different phone models, but the same SIM card. I know we're not hallucinating because I managed to record the conversation a copule times, and listened to it later.

    Neither of us take any sort of drug or alcohol, and I'm being completely serious (although you may not feel that way). Please answer sincerely.

    I have a hunch that it might be either radio frequency jamming, internet signal jamming, or that the phones can produce noise based on noises around them, but I am not sure. I have tried ending the conversation and restarting my phone and such, but they don't always go away.
    The person I was talking to has an iPhone, but chris w's answer makes sense for me since I have a SIM card. We both have AT&T.

    • ANSWER:
      Its the ancient GSM technology (IE AT&T, any phone with a sim card). Get a CDMA phone. IE verizon


old godzilla movies online

Old Godzilla Movies

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    Can I buy the old Toho Godzilla movies on region 2 DVD with english subtitles anywhere?
    I live in the UK but would love to see all the old Godzilla movies, all of them. Is there anywhere where they've been released like this? Or will they ever be released like this?

    • ANSWER:
      Yes! They have almost all been released in the States already in the past five years or so. Most of the dvds have the original Japanese (with OR without subtitles) AND English versions. If they haven't already been released in the UK, they should be soon.

      Check out www.godzillaondvd.com

      Good luck!

  2. QUESTION:
    I am looking for a japanese girlfriend that can speak english and also like anime and godzilla movies?
    I am now 21 years old sense January 26 of this year and I do not have a girlfriend yet but I am looking now. So I thought that sense I like anime and Godzilla movies. I should have a japanese girlfriend that can speak english.

    • ANSWER:
      Good luck,

      well, i should tell you to get out there
      and look for her outside the web
      but maybe you can look for in face-book?
      It seems to have worked for some ppl

      by the way I am japanese, and there are very few girls that
      actually like the Godzilla movies

  3. QUESTION:
    Why didn't Japanese directors use American style stop motion in their old monster films?
    I watched some old Japanese monster movies and I noticed all the monsters were people wearing plastic outfits, and none of them were actually computer animated. If you watched the old Godzilla then you'll know what I'm talking about. Even in some new Japanese moves about giant monsters, the monsters still look fake, and they don't even blink.

    • ANSWER:
      because theyre not american

  4. QUESTION:
    Where can I watch Godzilla 1985 on the computer without downloading or without shock wave?
    How can I watch my favorite Godzilla Movie (Godzilla 1985) on the computer with no Downloading or Shock Wave? please answer.

    • ANSWER:
      try this, they have older movies

  5. QUESTION:
    Why do Godzilla movies have pictures of the monsters feature on the back?
    I was looking through some old VHS tapes and found some on Godzilla. When I look on the back, they had little pictures of the monsters featured in the corner with their names under them. I found the same thing on a video game I have. What are those?

    • ANSWER:
      Confused about what?

      You are looking at pics of OTHER monsters that are in the films. Monsters that fight Godzilla or fight along side him

      Geesh.

      I was looking at a VHS tape of Rocky and saw some pics on the back which showed other people. Who are they? I am soooo confused!

  6. QUESTION:
    Do you ever wake up giggling over something funny in the night?
    I was giggling over an old monster movie! Godzilla!

    • ANSWER:
      light hearted people are awesome!!!

  7. QUESTION:
    Does anyone know where I can watch the old Godzilla movies online for free?
    I don't mean the one where Godzilla goes to the US and gets killed. I want to watch the old ones and with english sub if they are in japanese plz!!! Thank you!!!

    • ANSWER:
      Try using http://bit.ly/FreeFilmsToday

      They have thousands of movies and add news ones all the time. I watched Inception on there last night :)

  8. QUESTION:
    Is it safe to for good looking 18 year old girls to travel around Paris alone?
    I just watched that movie 'Taken' and my sister is planning on going to France for a holiday and I am freaking out that she may fall victim to a human sex trafficker. Is human trafficking a big problem in Paris as depicted in that movie. I thought it was only Eastern European girls who were being trafficked.

    • ANSWER:
      Taken reflects reality just like Godzilla does. Anytime I go to New York I'm terrified I'll meet a giant lizard rampaging through the city.

      OK, sarcasm aside, the film makers used Paris because it was supposed to scare people more to think it could happen in the most visited city in the world, and I suspect because it was filmed during the height of the anti French propaganda so depicting the French as nasty perverts or brainless cowardly idiots who would not help a poor father save his innocent daughter from the sex trade went down very well with the US crowd. As the storyline is totally illogical (girl kidnapped in a rich country to work as a whore in a poor country) they needed something to make the crowd swallow it all, as every know that French are cowards and perverts this explains why they would let tourists be kidnapped in their capital city without reacting.

      As a matter of fact it is pure fiction. Sex trade does exist but targets girls who have a weak government which will not or cannot help its citizens, who live in poor economies, and who are lured to rich countries with the offer of jobs. And even the real sex trade slavers do not kidnap girls on the street in those countries, they offer them jobs, take them away from their country, take their passport, rape and beat them into terrified obedience and then put them on the hook in rich western cities. Kidnapping an American girl (citizen of the most powerful and richest country in the wolrd) in Paris (capital of one of the most powerful and richest countries in Europe) to make her work the streets in a poor eastern European country is the stupidest thing those slavers could do, and they are not stupid. Monsters, yes, but not stupid.

      All that aside, Paris is one of the safest capital city in Europe, your sister has to be careful of pickpockets, tourist traps and high prices but that's about all the danger she will meet.

  9. QUESTION:
    What are the 5 best movies you have ever seen?
    Not necessarily new releases. They may even be classics. From any genre. Including local movies, or foreign movies either dubbed into English or with English subs. I want to see if I can complete my DVD collection of "must-see" movies.

    • ANSWER:
      Can't tone it down to just 5, so here's a top 5 from several different categories:

      TOP 5 FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILMS:
      Seven Samurai (1954)
      M (1931)
      Let the Right One In (2008)
      Le Samourai (1967)
      Pan's Labyrinth (2006)

      TOP 5 COMEDIES:
      Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964)
      The Blues Brothers (1980)
      Young Frankenstein (1974)
      Shaun of the Dead (2004)
      Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975)

      TOP 5 SUSPENSE/MYSTERIES:
      M (1931)
      The Silence of the Lambs (1991)
      The Spanish Prisoner (1997)
      Rear Window (1954)
      The Sixth Sense (1999)

      TOP 5 CRIME THRILLERS:
      Se7en (1997)
      No Country for Old Men (2007)
      Leon [aka: The Professional] (1994)
      Pulp Fiction (1994)
      Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels (1998)

      TOP 5 SCIENCE FICTION FILMS:
      Blade Runner (1982)
      Moon (2009)
      Akira (1988)
      Alien (1979)
      Godzilla (1954)

      TOP 5 HORROR FILMS:
      Night of the Living Dead (1968)
      High Tension (2003)
      Halloween (1978)
      The Thing (1982)
      Dead Alive [aka: Braindead] (1992)

      TOP 5 ANIMATED FILMS:
      Akira (1988)
      Coraline (2009)
      The Incredibles (2004)
      Spirited Away (2001)
      Perfect Blue (1998)

      That should tide you off for a little bit, I think...

  10. QUESTION:
    What age did you grow too old for God?
    Godzilla was just a movie....
    Tooth fairy was my own damn mother.....
    Santa Claus was a drunk who worked at the mall........
    Father, the one who gave birth to me and raised me, came out of the closet a week ago.....
    God.....When do people grow out of god?

    • ANSWER:

  11. QUESTION:
    So who wins a fight between gamera and Godzilla?
    I've been watching alot of the older (and newer) kaiju movies and just wondering who's gonna win?

    • ANSWER:
      Godzilla come on! Yes Gamera can fly, but I think Godzilla is bigger, meaner, better kick ass breath and if you watch, his dirty boxing, fake with the fists smack you with the tail move is unbeatable. :)

  12. QUESTION:
    I could have sworn that I have seen this movie monster creature before?
    I saw this commercial, just yesterday, and it was some kind of job search company, and the commercial showed this really corny looking chicken/lizard-looking Godzilla like monster with weird antenna on its head stomping around a city and trying to step on scared people. As stupid and silly as this monster looked, I could have sworn that I saw it somewhere before. Has anyone else seen something like this?

    • ANSWER:
      ...very good catch!!!

      ...I'm pretty sure that I saw that commercial myself, and it sort of surprised me, as I thought that the channel changer on my T.V. had taken on a life of it's own, and was changing channels automatically....in this case, onto a channel, featuring an old Japanese giant monster movie (...I was watching the news, at the time)...

      ...anyways, the creature that you saw, in the supposedly new commercial by a high-tech job search company called 'theLadders.com', was the exact same creature, which was feature in the 1967 Japanese giant monster movie, called "The X from Outer Space" (....in Japan, it was called "Giant Space Monster Guilala")....

      ...I take it, what I have listed below, is the commercial that you saw???

  13. QUESTION:
    What's the best 'so bad it's good' movie you've ever seen? Like it's hilarious because it's so bad?
    Example:
    Plan 9 from Outer Space.
    Godzilla movies.
    50's B- movies.

    • ANSWER:
      Hatchet!!!
      Not the one about the kid lost in the woods, although that was pretty bad...
      The older horror one about the boat tour through the woodland area, it's sooooo freakin halarious but it's supposed to be scary!! Also a movie called "Ants" it's a horror movie not the cartoon comedy.

      Hope you enjoy!

  14. QUESTION:
    What are the best sci fi movies made in the 2000s?
    I say in the 2000s because those old poor graphics I just can't take seriously. :) If it is before the 2000s it just has to be realistic enough to be believable. If someone says godzilla I'm going to cry. Oh, could you also do a quick little summary of each one? Thanks!
    Not summary, just an idea what it's going to be about. And nothing like twilight, I mean action, sci fi.

    • ANSWER:
      Inception
      V for Vendetta
      Moon
      The Fountain
      K-PAX

  15. QUESTION:
    What are some modern day monster movies?
    I've recently watched films like Pighunt, Warbirds & Mega-shark Vs Crocosaurus and quite enjoyed them.

    Does anyone know of similar movies to these? I'm looking for more modern day films but older ones are fine as well.

    Don't tell me Godzilla or King Kong either because I've seen most of them.

    • ANSWER:
      Tremors 1990

      Cloverfield 2008

      The Host (Gwoemul) (2006) - A japanese film, but I loved it, very Art-house.

      Pitch Black (200) (Well known, you may have seen)

      Slither (2006) (A controversial film - you either love it or you hate it, I thought it was ok viewing)

      Troll Hunter (2011)

      Pans Labyrinth (2006) (You may have seen this, its quite a blockbuster)

      'Dog Soldiers' and 'Ginger Snaps/Ginger Snaps2' are cult classics, and are similar - the werewolves/transformation 'monster' element here - but trust me - its nothing like twilight.

      Hellboy/Hellboy2 - Another blockbuster here

      The Mist (2007) many like it, I found it watchable, but pretty predictable in some scenes (probably because I watch a lot of these kind of films!) - its very nice visually however - an ominous mist covering the land - worth a watch.

      The Descent - Similar to The Mist in the ominous feeling you get as the characters descend into the dark cave, I really liked the blind monsters in this film.

      [REC] (2007) - I watched this recently, its a spanish horror - it was just a good scare fest - nothing too clever - just a interesting new take on the genre - the 'monsters' are humans who have contracted a virus.

      District 9 - (Alien-y film)

      Splinter

      Rogue (Rogue Crocodile) (2008) Crowd pleaser! - Massive croc is the 'monster' in this one.

      I have to recommend some zombie films, as I do like zombies!

      28 days later
      28 Weeks Later
      Dawn of the Dead
      Zombieland (Humour)

      You can find good reviews for these films, and plot synopsis on www.rottentomatoes.com
      This is a site I use when I want to check if films are worth watching.
      All the above I mentioned are decent films however.

      I could list more but all these will keep you going for a while! :)

  16. QUESTION:
    what is the new godzilla model for the movie gonna be?
    i hear there's gonna be a new godzilla movie in 2014 or before, i wanna know what kind they r gonna take for the movie? is it good or bad? id prefer the roland emmerich's one which looked like a huge lizard n a dinosaur.....unlike the old toys like one from the japanese.......is it gonna be the good one which survived from the 1998's movie.....or is all over from the beginning......?

    • ANSWER:
      I'm not sure when (or if) the Japanese version is relaunching, but Legendary Pictures is working on another American take on the franchise which is due out sometime next year (2012). A picture of the concept art for this guy (the second picture in the attached wikipedia link) looks a lot closer to the original than the Emmerich version (and given that the Emmerich design was overtly made fun of by Toho in Godzilla: Final Wars, I don't think the Japanese will be making a film with a Godzilla that looks like that ever again).

  17. QUESTION:
    Anyone know of any good fast upbeat jazz dance songs for an 18 year old to compete with?
    Danced since i was 3 years old. having a hard time finding a song. im looking for something like please dont stop the music by rhianna.

    • ANSWER:
      JAZZ

      Pink Floyd--- Summer ’68, Coming back to life, Lost for words, Great day for freedom, San Tropez
      High hopes, Lucifer Sam
      Billy Joel—Only the good die young, We didn’t start the fire, Uptown girl, River of dreams
      David Hasselhoff--Queen of the rain, Try a little tenderness, Dark Side of my heart, Crazy on a Saturday night, Until the last teardrop falls
      Evanescence--Bring me to life, Lose control, The only one, Breathe no more, Even in death ,Going under,
      Everybody’s fool, Sweet sacrifice, Call me when you’re sober, sick
      Sarah Brightman—Fly, When it rains in America, Rain, How can heaven love me, You take my breath away, It’s a beautiful day, Arabian nights, Harem, I lost my heart to a starship trooper (hot gossip)
      Paula Abdul- Vibeology, Cold Hearted Snake, Straight up, to you, the way that you love me
      Miami Sound Machine- Dr. beat, Conga, Primitive love, prisoner of love, rhythm is gonna get ya, 1-2-3, movies
      Rob Zombie—Dragula, Spookshow baby, Phantom Stranger
      Enigma --Gravity of love, Silence must be heard, Principles of lust, Sadness
      Meatloaf—If this is the last kiss, everything louder than everything else, bat out of hell, rock & roll dreams come true, You took the words right out of my mouth, not a dry eye in the house, los angeloser
      Charlotte Church—Don’t think about it, moodswings, dream a dream (Elysium), call my name, crazy chick
      Black muddy river—grateful dead
      Underneath the radar—underworld
      Put your lights on—Santana
      She wolf—Shakira
      Mercy—Duffy
      Fighter—Christina Aguilera
      Music that you can dance to-The Sparks (Rad)
      Send me an angel—Real Life (Rad)
      Thunder in your heart—John Farnham (Rad)
      Get Strange—Hubert Kah (Rad)
      Loved by the sun—Tangerine Dream (Legend)
      Is your love strong enough—Tangerine Dream (Legend)
      She’s like the wind—Patrick Swayze (dirty Dancing)
      Tonight is what it means to be young—Fire Inc (Streets of fire)
      Love is in the air—John Paul Young (Strictly Ballroom)
      It’s my turn to fly—The Urge (Titan AE)
      Chilly Down—David Bowie (Labyrinth)
      Magic dance-David Bowie (Labyrinth)
      Partyman-Prince (Batman)
      Batdance-Prince (batman)
      One more time –Michael Bolton (Sing)
      What’s the matter with love—Laurena Wilerson (Sing)
      Only my heart talking—Alice Cooper
      Buttons—PCD
      When I grow up—Pussycat Dolls
      Striptease—Danity Kane
      Circus—Britney Spears
      When the rush comes—Motorcycle
      Sledgehammer—Peter Gabriel
      Talking in your sleep—The Romantics
      Crystal Blue persuasion—Tommy James & The Shondells
      Silent Lucidity—Queensryche
      Abracadabra—Steve Miller Band
      Red red wine—UB40
      Godzilla—Blue oyster cult
      Who’s Johnny-El Debarge
      Set the night to music—Starship
      What have you done for me lately—Whitney Houston
      No more tears—Ozzy Osbourne
      Zombie Stomp—Ozzy Osbourne
      Nasty—Janet Jackson
      It’s raining men—Weather Girls
      Dream Weaver—Gary Wright
      Set adrift on memory bliss-PM Dawn
      Moon Baby--Godsmack
      Won’t back down-Eminem
      More than a kiss-Tommy Conwell (shout)
      Kentucky Rain—Elvis
      An American Trilogy—Elvis
      There’s a brand new day on the horizon—Elvis
      Love you to death—Kamelot
      My destiny—Leaves’ Eyes
      I Like it—Enrique Iglesas
      Only girl—Rihanna
      Rock you like a hurricane-scorpions
      Finest hour-Cindy Valentine aka Valentine Leone (Teen Witch)
      I like boys-Elizabeth & the Weirz (Teen Witch)
      Never gonna be the same again—Lori Russo aka Valentine Leone (Teen Witch)
      Detroit Rock City—Kiss
      Dreamstate-Liquid Sky
      Crossing the River-Eddi Reader(Batman Forever)
      Shake your cosmic thang—The B-52’S
      Channel Z—The B-52’S
      Cause I’m a blonde-Julie Brown (Earth Girls are easy)
      Naughty girls need love too—Samantha Fox
      Dirty Diana (and others)—Michael Jackson
      Marry the night-Lady Gaga

  18. QUESTION:
    What is a sassy song I could do a Jazz dance to?
    My roommate and I are choreographing a jazz routine for our old high school dance team. We want something really sassy and fun, any music suggestions?

    • ANSWER:
      JAZZ

      Pink Floyd--- Summer ’68, Coming back to life, Lost for words, Great day for freedom, San Tropez
      High hopes, Lucifer Sam
      Billy Joel—Only the good die young, We didn’t start the fire, Uptown girl, River of dreams
      David Hasselhoff--Queen of the rain, Try a little tenderness, Dark Side of my heart, Crazy on a Saturday night, Until the last teardrop falls
      Evanescence--Bring me to life, Lose control, The only one, Breathe no more, Even in death ,Going under,
      Everybody’s fool, Sweet sacrifice, Call me when you’re sober
      Sarah Brightman—Fly, When it rains in America, Rain, How can heaven love me, You take my breath away, It’s a beautiful day, Arabian nights, Harem, I lost my heart to a starship trooper (hot gossip)
      Paula Abdul- Vibeology, Cold Hearted Snake, Straight up, to you, the way that you love me
      Miami Sound Machine- Dr. beat, Conga, Primitive love, prisoner of love, rhythm is gonna get ya, 1-2-3, movies
      Rob Zombie—Dragula, Spookshow baby, Phantom Stranger
      Enigma --Gravity of love, Silence must be heard, Principles of lust, Sadness
      Meatloaf—If this is the last kiss, everything louder than everything else, bat out of hell, rock & roll dreams come true, You took the words right out of my mouth, not a dry eye in the house, los angeloser
      Charlotte Church—Don’t think about it, moodswings, dream a dream (Elysium), call my name, crazy chick
      Black muddy river—grateful dead
      Underneath the radar—underworld
      Put your lights on—Santana
      She wolf—Shakira
      Mercy—Duffy
      Fighter—Christina Aguilera
      Music that you can dance to-The Sparks (Rad)
      Send me an angel—Real Life (Rad)
      Thunder in your heart—John Farnham (Rad)
      Get Strange—Hubert Kah (Rad)
      Loved by the sun—Tangerine Dream (Legend)
      Is your love strong enough—Tangerine Dream (Legend)
      She’s like the wind—Patrick Swayze (dirty Dancing)
      Tonight is what it means to be young—Fire Inc (Streets of fire)
      Love is in the air—John Paul Young (Strictly Ballroom)
      It’s my turn to fly—The Urge (Titan AE)
      Chilly Down—David Bowie (Labyrinth)
      Magic dance-David Bowie (Labyrinth)
      Partyman-Prince (Batman)
      Batdance-Prince (batman)
      One more time –Michael Bolton (Sing)
      What’s the matter with love—Laurena Wilerson (Sing)
      Only my heart talking—Alice Cooper
      Buttons—PCD
      When I grow up—Pussycat Dolls
      Striptease—Danity Kane
      Circus—Britney Spears
      When the rush comes—Motorcycle
      Sledgehammer—Peter Gabriel
      Talking in your sleep—The Romantics
      Crystal Blue persuasion—Tommy James & The Shondells
      Silent Lucidity—Queensryche
      Abracadabra—Steve Miller Band
      Red red wine—UB40
      Godzilla—Blue oyster cult
      Who’s Johnny-El Debarge
      Set the night to music—Starship
      What have you done for me lately—Whitney Houston
      No more tears—Ozzy Osbourne
      Zombie Stomp—Ozzy Osbourne
      Nasty—Janet Jackson
      It’s raining men—Weather Girls
      Dream Weaver—Gary Wright
      Set adrift on memory bliss-PM Dawn
      Moon Baby--Godsmack
      Won’t back down-Eminem
      More than a kiss-Tommy Conwell (shout)
      Kentucky Rain—Elvis
      An American Trilogy—Elvis
      There’s a brand new day on the horizon—Elvis
      Love you to death—Kamelot
      My destiny—Leaves’ Eyes
      I Like it—Enrique Iglesas
      Only girl—Rihanna
      Rock you like a hurricane-scorpions
      Finest hour-Cindy Valentine aka Valentine Leone (Teen Witch)
      I like boys-Elizabeth & the Weirz (Teen Witch)
      Never gonna be the same again—Lori Russo aka Valentine Leone (Teen Witch)
      Detroit Rock City—Kiss
      Dreamscape-Liquid Sky
      Crossing the River-Eddi Reader(Batman Forever)
      Shake your cosmic thang—The B-52’S
      Channel Z—The B-52’S
      Cause I’m a blonde-Julie Brown (Earth Girls are easy)
      Naughty girls need love too—Samantha Fox

  19. QUESTION:
    What is the board of elections and what can they do?
    If I am unsure or treated unfairly or cannot vote, can I count on the board of elections? I wonder...

    I recently saw the online movie, www.stealingamerica.org and I am very concerned the election will not be accurate!

    OBAMA '08

    • ANSWER:
      Just go hang out and let us old folks do the voting. I saw Godzilla and I always worry about a giant lizzard.

  20. QUESTION:
    What was the name of that astronaut movie that came out around the time Godzilla did?
    Back in 1998, when I was 6, I remember going to work with my older cousin. I remember her taking me into the theater room to see Godzilla, and then after it was over she came back and got me and took me into another theater room and I remember there were a lot of old people watching this astronaut movie. I remember them being in outerspace. That's all I remember. What film was that?

    • ANSWER:
      Everyone says Armageddon, but I think you are talking about Deep Impact.

      LadyOreo, Apollo 13 was '95 not '98!

  21. QUESTION:
    Where can i find these ol school Japanese monster movies on DVD?
    King Kong Escapes
    Destroy All Monsters
    Ghidorha The Three Headed Monster
    Rodan
    King Kong vs Godzilla
    War of The Gargantuas
    Mighty Peking Man

    I'm trying to round up a collection for my little cousin for his birthday. he's 7 and he likes those movies when they are on tv, but they hardly ever come on regular tv anymore. Is there a particular website that sells them all? Thanks.

    • ANSWER:
      ...a few years ago, when Universal released director Peter Jackson's remake of "King Kong", they also put out a two disc package of the two Universal imported/distributed, Japanese-produced 'Kong' movies, namely "King Kong Vs. Godzilla" and "King Kong Escapes"....

      ...in the meantime, a company called Classic Media has re-digitized and re-released many of the old-school 'Godzilla' movies, in beautiful renditions, and containing both the original Japanese cuts, as well as the English-imported dubbed version...

      ...in addition, Sony/Columbia/Tri-Star has taken a turn at the 'Godzilla' movies, and not only released the old-school 'Godzilla' movies that Classic Media missed, but also, the newer and more contemporary renditions of the 'Godzilla' films, which were produced over the past 25 years, or so....

      ...a couple of the smaller DVD distribution companies, like Tokyo Shock and ADV Video, also carry a smattering of the remaining 'Godzilla', and non 'Godzilla' giant monster movies, like "Destroy All Monsters", "Frankenstein Conquers the World" and "Yog, Monster from Space" (aka "Space Amoeba")...

      ...virtually ALL of the 'Godzilla' movies are still more than readily available, with the exception of (...a good quality print of) "Godzilla vs. Megalon", and "Godzilla vs. "Biollante"....

      ...your best prices on all of these titles, can be found either through some of the private sellers on Amazon, or you might want to check out one of my favorite on-line discount DVD websites, 'www.deepdiscount.com'....

  22. QUESTION:
    What are some good old black & white horror movies?
    I would like to have a black & white horror movie marathon and I'm wondering what would be some good black & white horror movies

    • ANSWER:
      My Favorites:

      Frankenstein (1931)
      Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
      King Kong (1933)
      The Abominable Snowman (1957)
      The Raven (1935)
      The Golem (1920)
      The Old Dark House (1932)
      Village of the Damned (1960)
      The Invisible Man (1933)
      Bud Abbott Lou Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948)
      Godzilla (1954)
      Psycho (1960)
      Nosferatu (1922)
      Night of the Living Dead (1968)

  23. QUESTION:
    What other movies are there that are similar to 'Nine Dead'?
    Yes yes, we all know 'Saw' is also an amazing movie like this, where as the story unfolds you learn more about the story and try to guess at what happened. I love these kinds of movies, but the only ones I know of in this genre are 'Nine Dead' (which was a good movie, but lets face it, that ending was terrible) and 'Saw'. Any others?

    Also, I am a huge fan of older classic movies like The Blob, Night Of The Living Dead, original Godzilla movies, Die, Die My Darling, etc. If it's an older movie then throw it out there!

    • ANSWER:
      House of 9
      Cube
      Cube²: Hypercube
      Hostel
      Hostel: Part II
      Hostel: Part III

  24. QUESTION:
    What are good songs to dance to?
    I need suggestions on songs. One is for a jazz dance, and the other wasn't specific I just wanted it to have meaning.
    Songs can be new or I old.

    • ANSWER:
      JAZZ

      Pink Floyd--- Summer ’68, Coming back to life, Lost for words, Great day for freedom, San Tropez
      High hopes, Lucifer Sam
      Billy Joel—Only the good die young, We didn’t start the fire, Uptown girl, River of dreams
      David Hasselhoff--Queen of the rain, Try a little tenderness, Dark Side of my heart, Crazy on a Saturday night, Until the last teardrop falls
      Evanescence--Bring me to life, Lose control, The only one, Breathe no more, Even in death ,Going under,
      Everybody’s fool, Sweet sacrifice, Call me when you’re sober, sick
      Sarah Brightman—Fly, When it rains in America, Rain, How can heaven love me, You take my breath away, It’s a beautiful day, Arabian nights, Harem, I lost my heart to a starship trooper (hot gossip)
      Paula Abdul- Vibeology, Cold Hearted Snake, Straight up, to you, the way that you love me
      Miami Sound Machine- Dr. beat, Conga, Primitive love, prisoner of love, rhythm is gonna get ya, 1-2-3, movies
      Rob Zombie—Dragula, Spookshow baby, Phantom Stranger
      Enigma --Gravity of love, Silence must be heard, Principles of lust, Sadness
      Meatloaf—If this is the last kiss, everything louder than everything else, bat out of hell, rock & roll dreams come true, You took the words right out of my mouth, not a dry eye in the house, los angeloser
      Charlotte Church—Don’t think about it, moodswings, dream a dream (Elysium), call my name, crazy chick
      Black muddy river—grateful dead
      Underneath the radar—underworld
      Put your lights on—Santana
      She wolf—Shakira
      Mercy—Duffy
      Fighter—Christina Aguilera
      Music that you can dance to-The Sparks (Rad)
      Send me an angel—Real Life (Rad)
      Thunder in your heart—John Farnham (Rad)
      Get Strange—Hubert Kah (Rad)
      Loved by the sun—Tangerine Dream (Legend)
      Is your love strong enough—Tangerine Dream (Legend)
      She’s like the wind—Patrick Swayze (dirty Dancing)
      Tonight is what it means to be young—Fire Inc (Streets of fire)
      Love is in the air—John Paul Young (Strictly Ballroom)
      It’s my turn to fly—The Urge (Titan AE)
      Chilly Down—David Bowie (Labyrinth)
      Magic dance-David Bowie (Labyrinth)
      Partyman-Prince (Batman)
      Batdance-Prince (batman)
      One more time –Michael Bolton (Sing)
      What’s the matter with love—Laurena Wilerson (Sing)
      Only my heart talking—Alice Cooper
      Buttons—PCD
      When I grow up—Pussycat Dolls
      Striptease—Danity Kane
      Circus—Britney Spears
      When the rush comes—Motorcycle
      Sledgehammer—Peter Gabriel
      Talking in your sleep—The Romantics
      Crystal Blue persuasion—Tommy James & The Shondells
      Silent Lucidity—Queensryche
      Abracadabra—Steve Miller Band
      Red red wine—UB40
      Godzilla—Blue oyster cult
      Who’s Johnny-El Debarge
      Set the night to music—Starship
      What have you done for me lately—Whitney Houston
      No more tears—Ozzy Osbourne
      Zombie Stomp—Ozzy Osbourne
      Nasty—Janet Jackson
      It’s raining men—Weather Girls
      Dream Weaver—Gary Wright
      Set adrift on memory bliss-PM Dawn
      Moon Baby--Godsmack
      Won’t back down-Eminem
      More than a kiss-Tommy Conwell (shout)
      Kentucky Rain—Elvis
      An American Trilogy—Elvis
      There’s a brand new day on the horizon—Elvis
      Love you to death—Kamelot
      My destiny—Leaves’ Eyes
      I Like it—Enrique Iglesas
      Only girl—Rihanna
      Rock you like a hurricane-scorpions
      Finest hour-Cindy Valentine aka Valentine Leone (Teen Witch)
      I like boys-Elizabeth & the Weirz (Teen Witch)
      Never gonna be the same again—Lori Russo aka Valentine Leone (Teen Witch)
      Detroit Rock City—Kiss
      Dreamstate-Liquid Sky
      Crossing the River-Eddi Reader(Batman Forever)
      Shake your cosmic thang—The B-52’S
      Channel Z—The B-52’S
      Cause I’m a blonde-Julie Brown (Earth Girls are easy)
      Naughty girls need love too—Samantha Fox
      Dirty Diana (and others)—Michael Jackson
      Marry the night-Lady Gaga

  25. QUESTION:
    What are some good Netflix Instant Watch Movies?
    Im sick as hell and trying to find good instant watch movies to see. any suggestions? I like gangsterr movies, comedies, drama, sports drama, anything really lol

    • ANSWER:
      A lot of these are instant, u just have to go through them and see:
      Sci-fi:
      Underworld
      Paul
      Knowing
      Planet of the apes
      Avatar
      Splice
      the contact

      Comedies:
      The cookout
      Step brothers
      Me myself and irene
      You me and dupree
      Dude wheres my car
      The waterboy
      Arthur
      The longest yard
      Date movie
      Fourty year old virgin
      all "the hangovers"
      bruce almighty
      evan almighty
      dodgeball
      zack and miri make a porno
      harold and kumar go to white castle
      waiting
      click
      little nicky
      role models
      superbad
      pineapple express
      year one
      knocked up
      stuck on you
      the dumb and dumbers
      meet the parents
      little fockers
      meet the fockers
      first sunday
      friday
      next friday
      friday after next
      the hangover
      the hangover 2
      american pie
      malibus most wanted
      without a paddle

      Thrillers, Action & Adventure:
      Dreamcatcher
      Black Death
      trade
      jarhead
      I am legend
      300
      slither
      master and commander
      snatch
      daybreakers
      the girl with the dragon tattoo
      antibodies
      law abiding citizen
      surrogates
      the constant gardener
      deja vu
      zombieland
      3000 miles to graceland
      dont look back
      cleaner
      source code
      restraint
      swimming pool
      the faculty
      beautiful
      the machinist
      wanted
      2012
      shadowboxer
      the assassin next door
      the air i breathe
      constantine
      finders fee
      memento
      boot camp
      big nothing
      buried
      the apocalypse
      the chaos experiment
      the inside man
      set it off
      the davinci code
      national treasure
      fantastic four
      into the blue
      taken
      running scared
      the time machine
      the tourist
      secret window
      the panic room
      once upon a time in mexico
      blow
      all about the benjamins
      the book of eli
      taxi driver
      the phonebooth
      all the fast and furiouses
      king kong
      arlington road
      the virgin of juarez
      echelon conspiracy
      the big lebowski
      insomnia
      stir of echoes
      joy ride
      taking lives
      eye for an eye
      never talk to strangers
      the ususal suspects
      white chicks
      the green lantern
      cowboys vs. aliens
      the horseman
      apocalypto
      inception
      killers
      the box
      memento
      unbreakable
      hard candy
      shattered
      g.i. joe
      the bounty hunter
      before the devil knows youre dead
      three amigos
      district 9
      shottas
      godzilla
      triangle
      soul plane
      exam
      original sin
      the town
      the terminal
      cast away
      paparazzi
      taxi
      hollow man
      10000 bc
      mad money
      elektra
      gone baby gone
      obsessed
      get smart
      dead mans chest
      catch me if you can
      windtalkers
      the missing
      gladiator
      the happening
      shutter island
      the beach
      the experiment
      the butterfly effect
      flight plan
      strangeland
      the taking of pelham 123
      man on fire
      the reckoning
      vacancy
      if i die before i wake

      Dramas:
      Defiance
      Juno
      The Scarlett Letter
      Entre Nos
      chicago
      new in town
      white oleander
      Sin Nombre
      I love you Phillip Morris
      Powder Blue
      O brother, where art thou?
      eternal sunshine of the spotless mind
      The Stoning of Soraya M.
      The Diary of Anne Frank
      The boy in the striped pajamas
      Life as a house
      thirteen
      mamma mia
      21 grams
      brokedown palace
      peacock
      memoirs of a geisha
      the life before her eyes
      crime and punishment in suburbia
      a home of our own
      gran torino
      the burning plain
      henry poole is here
      good dick
      sunshine cleaning
      red
      chaos theory
      big daddy
      enough
      bob
      girl, interrupted
      one flew over the cuckoos nest
      dragonfly
      the last time
      what dreams may come
      mad love
      nell
      under the tuscan sun
      honey
      john q
      freedom writers
      fried green tomatoes
      11:14
      the war
      edward scissorhands
      whats eating gilbert grapes
      the astronaut
      diary of a mad black woman
      crash
      the twilight saga
      gossip girl
      boys dont cry
      the girl with the pearl earring
      thelma and louise
      white oleander
      mrs doubtfire
      patch adams
      gone with the wind
      the pursuit of happyness
      adventureland
      the perfect storm
      gia
      hotel rwanda
      the lovely bones
      it could happen to you
      remember the titans
      o
      center stage
      save the last dance
      selena
      girl fight
      g.i. jane
      mi familia
      8 mile
      the devils arithmetic
      armageddon
      mad love
      we dont live here anymore
      blood in blood out
      the blue lagoon
      return to the blue lagoon
      city island
      forrest gump
      schindlers list
      9 months
      apollo 13
      the green mile
      28 days
      premonition
      bliss
      mystic pizza
      spread
      according to greta
      on the outs
      havoc
      passion of the christ
      walk the line
      pay it forward
      anita and me
      trust
      the good girl
      osama
      the players club
      the babysitters
      a walk on the moon
      the other man
      bubble boy
      one night with the king
      quinceanera
      the three burials of melquiades estrada
      odd girl out
      the five people you meet in heaven
      speak
      just ask my children
      the constant gardener
      west side story
      mullholland drive
      dear john
      the cure
      The Color Purple
      ladder 49
      hidden secrets
      powder
      water lilies

  26. QUESTION:
    How do they do those Giant Robot Fights on Power Rangers, and Old Classic KingKong/Godzilla Movies?
    Today they use CG and the Green Screen Tech, but what about back then? My brother says they used Remote Control Toy Robots and Zoom in. I dont think thats true.. So How do they do it? Do they use Costumes, puppets? or What?

    • ANSWER:
      Black magic.

  27. QUESTION:
    japanese contributions to pop culture in america?
    in what ways has the nation of japan influenced aspects of american pop culture? like in terms of movies, tv shows, video games, fashion, food, technology, etc. do you think that they've contributed to us moreso than any other asian nation? like i can list some of the more obvious things they've contributed, like anime and certain video game franchises like metal gear solid, and cars, , but what else?

    • ANSWER:
      Japan has had a lot of influence on American pop culture.

      Japanese pop cultural icons in America include such honorary members as Godzilla, Ninja, Geisha, samurai, kawaii school girls, sumo wrestlers.

      In the 50s and 60s it was Godzilla.

      In the late 70s and early 80s, there was a Ninja Boom as ninja suddenly showed up everywhere along with their weapons.

      http://therovingroninreport.blogspot.com/2009/05/where-have-all-ninja-gone.html

      Anime from the early era such as Astro Boy, Speed Racer, and Star Blazers were quite popular though not with the same fandom as anime today.

      In video games - PacMan made such a huge splash becoming even a saturday morning cartoon show. And of course Nintendo with the famous Mario Bros, Zelda, Metal Gear, and countless others.

      The samurai sword is held to be the best of all swords. In Pulp Fiction, when Bruce Willis is in a pawn shop looking for a weapon, he settles on a samurai sword and audiences loved it! If he had picked some gladiator sword or knight's sword, people would have groaned and thought it dorky but a samurai sword - that's just cool.

      Now it materialistic culture, Japanese technology flooded into America in the 70s and 80s in the form of fuel efficient cars, streamlined VCRS, game consoles, walkmans, stereos... Japanese brand names that made older generations trip over their tongues were household words to Generation X, my generation.

      And of course, there's sushi. In the 80s, it was the delicacy of yuppies and the hated dish of the regular joe. Now many people of all walks of life eat sushi. Even green tea is making inroads today into the once soda-dominated diet.

      Too much to tell really. Need to read a book to get all the details or check out this DVD:

      http://www.amazon.com/Another-Playground-Japanese-Popular-Culture/dp/B0017OGODA/ref=sr_1_22?ie=UTF8&s=dvd&qid=1243426815&sr=8-22

  28. QUESTION:
    How would you improve the Sci-Fi Channel?
    I'd devote Saturday mornings to showing old Godzilla movies or similar movies. Who doesn't want spend their Saturday mornings watching guys in rubber suits beating up on each other?

    • ANSWER:
      I'd do the twilight zone for about an hour then play idk The Blob (1958) or Sunshine ('07... I think)

  29. QUESTION:
    Do you fear that Oprah Winfrey will become even larger after her show goes off the air in 2011?
    I mean, let's face it, with her power and size, she could devour anyone of us at anytime. If she even "semi-retires", she will just spend her time eating more and growing larger and more powerful. Only the Chinese Army will be large enough to put up a fight against her and we are not even on good terms with China right now.

    • ANSWER:
      Ha! Imagine the chinese like in those old Godzilla movies (IT'S RAH-RILLA!!!), pointing up at Oprah, panicking. =]

  30. QUESTION:
    what are good movies for a 10 yr old boy with a broken leg?
    he can't do anything for a while. he likes sports, and comedies. he isn't really allowed to watch many pg-13 movies. what are some good ones that he will like that are still appropriate? he watches movies everywhere from toy story and shreck to rain man even. i just want to keep them sort of good so my mom doesn't freak ;)

    • ANSWER:
      The Godzilla series! Every little boy loves monsters!
      Oh, don't show him Terror of Mechagodzilla or Godilla vs. Megalon. Those have porn in them.

  31. QUESTION:
    How many of you liked the old Godzilla movies?
    I used to love it when he came in and kicked @ss

    • ANSWER:
      Dude i love every single one and i just happen to purchase Destroy All Monsters on Dvd and War of the Gargantuas.
      I have a nice collection of all Godzilla movies on Dvd and Gamera.

      My top 10 favorites

      1) Son of Godzilla
      2) Godzilla vrs The Smog Monster
      3) King Kong Vrs Godzilla
      4) Destroy All Monsters
      5) Godzilla Vrs Monster Zero (aka Ghidorah)
      6) Godzilla King of the Monsters
      7) Terror of the Mecha Godzilla
      8) Godzilla Vrs Megalon
      9) Godzilla Vrs The Thing (aka Mothra)
      10) Godzilla Vrs Gigan

  32. QUESTION:
    How do VHS tapes deteriorate?
    I've been collecting Godzilla movies for over 20 years now which means the VHS half of my collection is reaching the end of it's lifespan. So what exactly is going to happen to them? I don't watch them anymore but when people say they deteriorate do they simply mean that the picture quality will get worse or do they literally mean the film inside the tape will begin to disintegrate? Will they still retain their collectible value? Is there anyway I can keep them in good condition for years to come??

    • ANSWER:
      The truth is, videotape is not forever. Unlike movie film — which can last for decades — videotape is far more fragile. In fact, no magnetic recording medium is permanent

      All magnetic tape older than 15 years is in serious jeopardy! The greatest problem with videotape is that over time it will breakdown. Breakdown occurs when the binder that holds the magnetic particles to the polyester base on the tape decays. As the breakdown process progresses, the tapes become extremely difficult to play. The problem may be so severe that the magnetic material literally falls off, leaving a pile of dust and clear tape. I have actually opened a tape box to find a box full of oxide dust- rust.

      Continue here ... http://www.rmavp.com/facts-about-old-video-tape-deterioration-why-you-should-transfer-and-convert-now/

  33. QUESTION:
    Songs to warm up to before a basketball game?
    I'm in middle school, and we have a home basketball game coming up. We always run out to old music. Some friends and I are looking for new songs to get us pumped before our games. They can't have any bad words-- or there has to be a clean version available to download. I have to burn all the songs to a cd before tonight. So far, I have "Do the John Wall" by Troup 41 and "Remember the Name" by Fort Minor. Anyway others? Thank you. (:

    • ANSWER:
      Best Basketball Warm Up Songs
      •Let's Get It Started - Black Eyed Peas
      •Roll Out - Ludacris
      •Hit'em High - Space Jam (Movie)
      •Basketball Jones - Cheech and Chong
      •Bring Em Out - T.I.
      •Cannon (Remix) - DJ Drama, Lil Wayne, Freeway, Willie The Kid & T.I.
      •Gangsta Gangsta - Lil Scrappy
      •Bout Me - Ace Hood & Ball Greezy
      •Cant See Yall - Ace Hood & Brisco
      •No Problem - Lil Scrappy
      •I Run This - Birdman & Lil Wayne
      •Ice Cream Paint Job - Dorrough
      •Till I Collapse - Eminem feat Nate Dogg
      •Eye of the Tiger - Survivor
      •Can't Touch This - MC Hammer
      •The Sky Is The Limit - Lil Wayne
      •Enter Sandman - Metallica
      •Hells Bells - AC/DC
      •They're Playin Basketball - Kurtis Blow
      •Chevy Anthem Remix - Mon E.G., Yo Gotti & Rick Ross
      Good Basketball Warm Up Songs
      •Let's Go - Trick Daddy
      •Come with Me - Puff Daddy and Jimmy Page (Movie - Godzilla)
      •Smells Like Teen Spirit - Nirvana
      •Remember The Name - Fort Minor feat Styles Of Beyond
      •Stronger - Kanye West
      •Hit em Up - Tupac Shakur
      •Fight Music - D12
      •Boys in the Hood - Dem Boyz
      •In Da Club - 50 Cent
      •Ambitions As A Rider - Tupac Shakur
      •Damn! - YoungBloodZ feat Lil John
      •Dammit Man - Pitbull feat Piccalo
      •Zoom - Lil Boosie feat Yung Joc
      •Welcome to Atlanta - Jermaine Dupri
      •Roll Out - Labelle
      •Throw it up - Lil John feat Pastor Troy
      •Watch Dis - Plies
      •All Night Long - Red Cafe
      •What Up Gangsta - 50 Cent
      •Been A Boss - Lil Scrappy, Young Dro & Bohagon

  34. QUESTION:
    How old do you have to be to bring a minor to a rated R movie?
    I'm 18, my fiance is 20 and my friend is 17 but she wants to bring a friend who i think is under 17

    • ANSWER:
      as long as the person who buys the tickets is over the age of 17 the other people ages do not matter.

      I know when Godzilla came out in 1998, it is rated PG-13, there was a lady who brought a 3 year old and a new born baby to see the movie.

      Not that long ago I went to see a Rated R movie, and someone brought 3 kids, that all looked to be under the age of 4. One was in a baby seat...

      I guess since the "adult" bought the tickets the theatre does not care

      added:
      According to Fandago:
      "Age Policy
      Child tickets are valid for children 11 years and younger. Senior tickets are valid for adults 62 years and older. Student tickets require a valid student ID to be presented at the box office and/or entrance to theater auditorium. Not all ticket types are available at all theatres or for all performances.

      No Children Under Age 6 Will Be Admitted To Any R-Rated Feature After 6:00 PM. Valid IDs will be required to attend Rated "R" movies. You must be at least 17 years of age or have your parent accompany you to view the movie. IDs will be checked at the theater. "

      So since your friend is 17 she can purchase her own ticket as long as she has a vaild ID with her birthdate on it

  35. QUESTION:
    Suggest some good movies with some scary creatures in them?
    Creatures that are ugly, slimy, huge, imaginary, etc.
    The movie has to be post 1998, or else you will pay dearly for suggesting an old one

    • ANSWER:
      What's with the 1998 cap? There is an extremely LARGE body of monster movies before that year. You must be some snotty little whipper-snapper, huh? (Youth is truly wasted on the young I tell ya.)

      Um... but anyway, off the top of my head:

      Godzilla 2000 (1999)
      Dagon (2001)
      Jeepers Creepers (2001)
      Dreamcatcher (2003)
      Alien vs. Predator (2004)
      The Call of Cthulhu (2005)
      Slither (2006)
      The Mist (2007) - I personally like the black and white version the best.
      Cloverfield (2008)

  36. QUESTION:
    Will the Radiation in Japan spawn a new Godzilla?
    We need some new movies. The old ones are showing their age.

    • ANSWER:
      Hoekom, please behave!

  37. QUESTION:
    Can someone please recommend me horror movies?
    I am a giant horror movie fan! Please recommend GOOD horror movies. Underground, black and white... I don't care.

    • ANSWER:
      My favorites:

      The Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
      King Kong (1933)
      Frankenstein (1931)
      Jaws (1975)
      The Raven (1935)
      The Golem (1920)
      The Old Dark House (1932)
      The Abominable Snowman (1957)
      Bud Abbott Lou Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948)
      The Invisible Man (1933)
      Godzilla (1954)
      Alien (1979)
      Psycho (1960)
      Nosferatu (1922)
      Night of the Living Dead (1968)

      Rotten tomatoes top horror films

      1. 100% Repulsion (1965) 54
      2. 100% Aliens (1986) 49
      3. 100% The Evil Dead (1981) 48
      4. 100% Frankenstein (1931) 41
      5. 100% The Bride of Frankenstein (1935) 40
      6. 100% Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari. (The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari) (1920) 37
      7. 100% Spoorloos (The Vanishing) (1988) 34
      8. 100% The Invisible Man (1933) 31
      9. 100% Vampyr - Der Traum des Allan Grey (1931) 25
      10. 100% Them! (1954)

      Horror Films In the IMDB top 250:

      The Shining (1980)
      Alien (1979)
      Psycho (1960)
      The Exorcist (1973)
      The Thing (1982)
      Jaws (1975)
      Rosemary's Baby (1968)
      Nosferatu (1922)

  38. QUESTION:
    Why does Japanese movies have bad graphics?
    Japanese anime is awesome but when it comes to movies that involves actors, the graphics is really bad. In the movies that involves monsters and stuff, you can tell its just plastic. It almost like watching power rangers.

    Is it because Japan isn't rich as American movie makers? If so then why is anime so much better (when it comes to art) then cartoons?

    and I also heard that people who makes movies mostly use Japanese technologically to make movies.

    • ANSWER:
      It depends on when the movie is made -- and you SHOULD go look at ALL Kurosawa's films you can, from the forties to the eighties he did many of the most visually stunning movies in the world, including Rashomon, Seven Samurai, Yojimbo, and Ran. Many are black and white though. The Tojo dictatorship which led them into World War II made Japan a poor country, and as late as the sixties their great directors were working with miniscule budgets.

      The old Godzilla movies like Destroy All Monsters you are talking about were what we called B movies. Roger Corman was an American who was famous for that sort of thing: No big budgets or anything. And the Power Rangers used footage from a Japanese series called Super Sentai. Ever wonder why the masks hid their faces? The Japanese are willing to finance a broader variety of entertainments than American films. That's why their animation is better -- American animation can't get backing unless it can be reduced to a successful formula. But things are more expensive in Japan yes, and our Hollywood doesn't make B movies any more -- it takes B ideas and throws A-list budgets and stars at them. That's where those letters come from.

  39. QUESTION:
    What are good dance songs from each decade starting in the 50s?
    I am coming up with choreography for a dance with hit songs from every decade..
    50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, and 10's.

    Any suggestions ? :)

    • ANSWER:
      Here are some, you will have to check the year though. I am including a few 80s and 90s songs I know but weren't big "dance" hits but are danceable.

      OLDIES (50s-70s)

      Songs by Elvis Presley
      The Coasters—Little Egypt, Charlie Brown, Yakety Yak, Along came Jones, Zing went the strings of my heart, Poison Ivy, Get an ugly girl to marry you, Searchin’, Love potion #9
      Bill Haley & the Comets—Shake Rattle & Roll, Rock around the clock, See you later alligator, R-O-C-K, Skinny Minnie, Razzle Dazzle, burn that candle, staggar lee, rock the joint, ABC Boogie
      Will you still love me tomorrow—The Shirelles
      The Beach Boys—Fun Fun Fun, California Girls, Surfer Girl, Surfin’ USA, good vibrations, I get around, Barbara Ann, Help me Rhonda, Don’t worry baby, God only knows, When I Grow up, little deuce coupe, Kokomo, do you wanna dance, in my room
      Jan & Dean—Surf City, Drag city, dead man’s curve, little old lady from Pasadena, ride the wild surf, sidewalk surfin’
      Earth Angel—The Penguins
      In the Still of the night—the 5 Satins
      16 candles—The Crests
      Chapel of Love—The Hitmakers
      Silhouettes—The Rays
      Smoke gets in your eyes—The Platters
      Jezebel-Frankie Laine
      Ain’t it a shame—Pat Boone
      Venus-Shocking Blue
      Spirit in the sky—Norman Greenbaum
      Hitchin’ a ride—Vanity Fare
      War—Edwin Starr
      Draggin’ the line—Tommy James
      Jungle Fever-Chakachas
      Bad, bad Leroy Brown—Jim Croce
      We’ll sing in the sunshine—Gale Garnett
      Rocking Pneumonia & the Boogie woogie flu—Huey Piano Smith & the Clowns
      That’ll be the day—Buddy Holly
      Hang on sloopy—The McCoys
      Summer in the city—Lovin Spoonful
      Do you believe in magic—Lovin Spoonful
      Short shorts—Royal Teens
      Tossing & turning—Bobby Lewis
      Palisades park—Freddy Cannon
      Dizzy-Tommy Roe
      Have you seen her-The Chi-Lites
      Lucky man—Emerson, Lake & Palmer
      Jim Dandy—LeVern Baker
      I’m your puppet—James and Bobby Purify
      Rock the boat—Hues Corp
      Low Rider—War
      Lonely boy—Paul Anka
      Gimmie some lovin—Spencer Davis Group
      Crystal Blue persuasion—Tommy James and the Shondells

      also songs from Pink Floyd range from the 60s-90s, the Doors would be 60s

      Billy Joel—Only the good die young, We didn’t start the fire, Uptown girl, River of dreams
      Miami Sound Machine- Dr. beat, Conga, Primitive love, prisoner of love, rhythm is gonna get ya, 1-2-3, movies
      Music that you can dance to-The Sparks (Rad)
      Send me an angel—Real Life (Rad)
      Thunder in your heart—John Farnham (Rad)
      Get Strange—Hubert Kah (Rad)
      Love is in the air—John Paul Young (Strictly Ballroom)
      Chilly Down—David Bowie (Labyrinth)
      Magic dance-David Bowie (Labyrinth)
      Partyman-Prince (Batman)
      Batdance-Prince (batman)
      When I grow up—Pussycat Dolls
      Striptease—Danity Kane
      Circus—Britney Spears
      When the rush comes—Motorcycle
      Sledgehammer—Peter Gabriel
      Talking in your sleep—The Romantics
      Abracadabra—Steve Miller Band
      Red red wine—UB40
      Godzilla—Blue oyster cult
      It’s raining men—Weather Girls
      Dream Weaver—Gary Wright
      Only girl—Rihanna
      Holiday, lucky star--Madonna
      Beastie Boys--Remote Control, Super disco Breakin, Sabotage, Intergalatic, Brass Monkey
      Will Smith—Summertime, Wild Wild west, Men in black, parents just don’t understand
      Afrika Bambaataa-- Planet Rock, Breaker’s revenge
      TLC-- No Scrubs, Waterfalls
      C&C Music Factory, I got the power, Pump up the volume, Gonna make you sweat, rock & roll
      Technotronic-- This beat is technotronic, Move this
      Kraftwerk-Tour De France, robots
      Freestyle—Don’t Stop the rock, It’s AuToMaTic
      Hashim—We’re rocking the planet
      Music—Madonna
      Mortal Kombat Theme
      Space Jam theme
      Hip hop hooray—Naughty by Nature
      Square dance rap—Sir Mix a lot
      It began in Africa—Chemical Brothers
      Supersonic—JJ Fad
      Groove is the heart—Dee Lite
      OPP-Naughty By nature
      Axel F (Beverly Hills Cop)
      Newcleus—Jam on it
      Debbie Deb—When I hear music (original 12”)
      Cybotron—Clear
      I am woman-Jordin Sparks

      Breakin soundtrack—
      Breakin'... There's No Stopping Us by Ollie & Jerry
      Freakshow on the Dance Floor by Bar-Kays
      Body Work by Hot Streak
      99 ½ by Carol Lynn Townes
      Showdown by Ollie & Jerry
      Heart of the Beat by 3V
      Street People by Fire Fox – Music by Ollie & Jerry
      Cut It by Re-Flex
      Ain't Nobody by Chaka Khan
      Reckless by Ice T

      Breakin 2 soundtrack---
      Electric Boogaloo- Ollie & Jerry
      Radiotron - Firefox
      Din Daa Daa - George Kranz
      When I.C.U. - Ollie & Jerry
      Gotta Have the Money - Steve Donn
      Believe in the Beat - Carol Lynn Townes
      Set it out - Midway
      I Don't Wanna Come Down - Mark Scott
      Stylin' Profilin' - Firefox
      Oye Mamacita - Rags & Riches

  40. QUESTION:
    What is the probability of the radiation arrive in the American Continent?
    What is the probability of the radiation arrive in Americas, specially in south countries like Argentina and Brazil?

    Here, in Brazil, we will also have a great numbers of japonese descendents that will return back from japan. I think that many of them will have problem of radiactive contamination. Brazilian descendents living in Japan are arround 250,000.

    • ANSWER:
      Well, I'm not so worried about the nuclear mushroom cloud affecting me as I am about it affecting the animals in Japan, and I fully expect to see a ten-story-tall lizard stomping all over Tokyo any day now.

      I mean, think about it, isn't this EXACTLY how all those old black & white monster movies start, with a mysterious release of nuclear radiation and then, next thing you know, giant dinosaurs and giant moths are crushing Tokyo with their huge feet and crushing people and cars like little toys... well, isn't it?

      Yuh, huh, you KNOW I'm right!! (See links, below.)

      http://blog.wordtothewise.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/godzilla.jpg

      http://images1.fanpop.com/images/image_uploads/Godzilla-poster-godzilla-901957_1660_1320.jpg

  41. QUESTION:
    Japanese Monster movies with a squid monster that walks?
    There was an old monster movie, I don't think it was godzilla. But this had a giant blue squid that walks. Don't know the name of it, or the movie. Anyone know?

    • ANSWER:
      The American International version was called Yog, Monster from Space but now it has been released on dvd in the U.S. as Space Ameoba with both the Japanese version and the International Dub version.

  42. QUESTION:
    Can anyone recommend some films about Dragons?
    I've seen Eragon, and I don't count the flying creatures from Avatar as Dragons.
    So can you give me some recommendations?

    • ANSWER:
      Dragons in film

      Dragons have been portrayed in several movies of the past few decades, and in many different forms. In Dragonslayer (1981), a "sword and sorcerer"-type film set in medieval Britain, a dragon terrorizes a town's population. In contrast, Dragonheart (1996), though also given a medieval context, was a much lighter action/adventure movie that spoofed the "terrorizing dragon" stereotype, and depicts dragons as usually good beings, who in fact often save the lives of humans. Dragons can also be passionate protectors, just like the dragon in Shrek and Shrek 2, who displays her affection for a donkey. Reign of Fire (2002), also dark and gritty, dealt with the consequences of dormant dragons reawakened in the modern world.
      Adelaid and Smite in the movie George and the Dragon
      Bryagh, the red wizard Ommadon's dragon in the classic animation movie The Flight of Dragons.
      Smrgol, the green wizard Carolinus' trusty, old, dragon in The Flight of Dragons.
      Gorbash, the "house dragon" and a main character in the 1982 animation movie The Flight of Dragons.
      Bahamut SIN, from the movie Final Fantasy VII Advent Children.
      Danny the Dragon, from the movie of the same name
      Devon and Cornwall (a two-headed dragon), voiced by Eric Idle and Don Rickles in Quest for Camelot
      Draco in Dragonheart and Drake and Griffin in Dragonheart II: A New Beginning
      Bio Dragon, a genetically engineered, 1,000 year old dragon from the 2003 science fiction movie Dragon Fighter
      There are alien creatures that strongly resemble dragons in "Evolution"
      Dragons in the movie D-War
      Dexter the dragon from the 1980s animated film, The Dragon That Wasn't (Or Was He?), who grows in size when he is angry or excited
      The female dragon called Dragon in DreamWorks' Shrek (animation) and its sequels
      Elliot in Disney's Pete's Dragon and The Search for Mickey Mouse (animation)
      Fafnir in Fritz Lang's Die Nibelungen Part 1: Siegfried
      Falkor in Petersen's The Neverending Story
      Genie temporarily turns himself into a dragon in the movie Aladdin.
      Godzilla's arch-nemesis King Ghidorah, is a 3-headed dragon (physically, a combination of a Wyvern and a Hydra, to be precise).
      Haku in Miyazaki Hayao's Spirited Away
      Herman in Tillie's Dragon
      Krayt dragons from the Star Wars universe; the skeleton of one appeared in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope
      Maleficent in dragon form in Disney's Sleeping Beauty (animation)
      Mushu in Disney's Mulan (animation)
      Norbert in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
      A rudimentary epitome of Quetzalcoatl is presented in Q - The Winged Serpent
      Queen Narissa in Disney's Enchanted
      Saphira, Shruikan and several unnamed dragons in Eragon
      Smaug in the Rankin-Bass Production of The Hobbit (film)
      Thoron, Targon, Aroara, Ferrarius, Argentum, Gryndel, Irascor, Slann, Stendhal, Rutilus, the Ice Dragons and others from Dragons: Fire and Ice, as well as its sequel, Dragons II: The Metal Ages (animation)
      Vermithrax Pejorative in Touchstone Pictures' Dragonslayer
      Yowler in Dragonworld
      Two small unnamed dragons in Hallmark's Arabian Nights (TV movie)
      Several unnamed dragons in the movie Dungeons & Dragons
      One-headed hydra in Hallmark's Jason and the Argonauts (TV movie)
      Unnamed six-legged dragon in Hallmark's Merlin (TV movie)
      Flame dragon in The Pagemaster (animation)
      Huge numbers of rapidly reproducing dragons (referred to as Fire Dragons by some fans), specifically Wyverns, in Touchstone Pictures Reign of Fire
      Taro in Ray Harryhausen's The Seventh Voyage of Sinbad
      Unnamed two-headed dragon in Lucas' Willow (unofficially dubbed "the Eborsisk" in honor of Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel)
      Unnamed dragon in George Pal's Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm
      Penelope, a female dragon in Barbie as Rapunzel, and her father Hugo.
      Quill Dragons in the Sci-Fi channel original movie Dragon Storm.
      The Dragon Army featured in Merlin and the War of the Dragons
      Nameless evil winged and fire-breathing golden dragon, which is the son of Beowulf, from Beowulf (2007 film), the 2007 Robert Zemekis film written by Neil Gaiman and Roger Avary based on the epic poem Beowulf
      The ice dragon and the fire dragon from the sci-fi channel movie, Fire and Ice: Dragon Chronicles
      Toothless and many others from How to Train Your Dragon (film)
      the Fell Beasts from the Lord of the Rings books and films.
      The Railway Dragon features various dragons
      here's a list from Wiki ,btw my favorite is Fafnir in Fritz Lang's Die Nibelungen Part 1: Siegfried

  43. QUESTION:
    Any old movie sequels from 80's or 90's you think should get a reboot soon?or a remake?
    i'm just trying to think about new reboots or remakes that i could write about. i already have new movie ideas, but for some reason, i was just thinking about older movies that would be awesome to get redone. maybe like a new He Man movie, or a new Highlander franchise. those are just for an example.any other ideas though?

    • ANSWER:
      Godzilla is one that I've always thought could be much better in a remake - the updated CGI would do it well, but approaching it from another angle - more as a mysterious, strange creature attacking a city rather than a more campy approach like the original - would make it better too. I think Highlander may have alienated its core audience by now, simply because of the crap sequels that were released, but it could be done so much better now. Dune would be a good one to reboot, as the original by David Lynch was never really given much credit, but that may have had more to do with the apparantly "unshootable" script than the actual technical problems back then. I just hope Hollywood leave the classics alone and don't decide to reboot those.

  44. QUESTION:
    Was the Cloverfield monster idea stolen from a mythical monster?
    I want to know because right now I really want to learn about monsters and stuff like that. :D WOOHOO!

    • ANSWER:
      More from the likes of modern mythical creatures such as Godzilla. Large monsters coming from space to destroy stuff has been a popular feature in older movie monsters, comic books and sci-fi books.

  45. QUESTION:
    How to stand out when dancing a solo?
    Soon I will be competing in dancing comps and I have been competing before and won twice and got a few seconds and thirds. I really want to win to feel like Ive achieved and gotten better this year. I am doing a ballet solo and also a jazz solo. There are 27 other people against me in ballet and around 16 in jazz. How can I stand out and get a place ?? Thanks x

    • ANSWER:
      Pick a song that will not be used by everyone else...maybe something older or obscure. Smile and do your best, that is all that can be asked of you.

      JAZZ
      Pink Floyd--- Summer ’68, Coming back to life, Lost for words, Great day for freedom, San Tropez
      High hopes, Lucifer Sam
      Billy Joel—Only the good die young, We didn’t start the fire, Uptown girl, River of dreams
      David Hasselhoff--Queen of the rain, Try a little tenderness, Dark Side of my heart, Crazy on a Saturday night, Until the last teardrop falls
      Evanescence--Bring me to life, Lose control, The only one, Breathe no more, Even in death ,Going under, Everybody’s fool, Sweet sacrifice, Call me when you’re sober, sick
      Sarah Brightman—Fly, When it rains in America, Rain, How can heaven love me, You take my breath away, It’s a beautiful day, Arabian nights, Harem, I lost my heart to a starship trooper (hot gossip)
      Paula Abdul- Vibeology, Cold Hearted Snake, Straight up, to you, the way that you love me
      Miami Sound Machine- Dr. beat, Conga, Primitive love, prisoner of love, rhythm is gonna get ya, 1-2-3, movies
      Rob Zombie—Dragula, Spookshow baby, Phantom Stranger
      Enigma --Gravity of love, Silence must be heard, Principles of lust, Sadness
      Meatloaf—If this is the last kiss, everything louder than everything else, bat out of hell, rock & roll dreams come true, You took the words right out of my mouth, not a dry eye in the house, los angeloser
      Charlotte Church—Don’t think about it, moodswings, dream a dream (Elysium), call my name, crazy chick
      Black muddy river—grateful dead
      Underneath the radar—underworld
      Put your lights on—Santana
      Music that you can dance to-The Sparks (Rad)
      Send me an angel—Real Life (Rad)
      Thunder in your heart—John Farnham (Rad)
      Get Strange—Hubert Kah (Rad)
      Loved by the sun—Tangerine Dream (Legend)
      Is your love strong enough—Tangerine Dream (Legend)
      She’s like the wind—Patrick Swayze (dirty Dancing)
      Tonight is what it means to be young—Fire Inc (Streets of fire)
      Love is in the air—John Paul Young (Strictly Ballroom)
      It’s my turn to fly—The Urge (Titan AE)
      Chilly Down—David Bowie (Labyrinth)
      Magic dance-David Bowie (Labyrinth)
      Partyman-Prince (Batman)
      Batdance-Prince (batman)
      One more time –Michael Bolton (Sing)
      What’s the matter with love—Laurena Wilerson (Sing)
      Only my heart talking—Alice Cooper
      When the rush comes—Motorcycle
      Sledgehammer—Peter Gabriel
      Talking in your sleep—The Romantics
      Crystal Blue persuasion—Tommy James & The Shondells
      Silent Lucidity—Queensryche
      Abracadabra—Steve Miller Band
      Red red wine—UB40
      Godzilla—Blue oyster cult
      Who’s Johnny-El Debarge
      Set the night to music—Starship
      What have you done for me lately—Whitney Houston
      No more tears—Ozzy Osbourne
      Zombie Stomp—Ozzy Osbourne
      Nasty—Janet Jackson
      It’s raining men—Weather Girls
      Dream Weaver—Gary Wright
      Set adrift on memory bliss-PM Dawn
      Moon Baby--Godsmack
      Won’t back down-Eminem
      More than a kiss-Tommy Conwell (shout)
      Kentucky Rain—Elvis
      An American Trilogy—Elvis
      There’s a brand new day on the horizon—Elvis
      Love you to death—Kamelot
      My destiny—Leaves’ Eyes
      Rock you like a hurricane-scorpions
      Finest hour-Cindy Valentine aka Valentine Leone (Teen Witch)
      I like boys-Elizabeth & the Weirz (Teen Witch)
      Never gonna be the same again—Lori Russo aka Valentine Leone (Teen Witch)
      Detroit Rock City—Kiss
      Dreamstate-Liquid Sky
      Crossing the River-Eddi Reader(Batman Forever)
      Shake your cosmic thang—The B-52’S
      Channel Z—The B-52’S
      Cause I’m a blonde-Julie Brown (Earth Girls are easy)
      Naughty girls need love too—Samantha Fox
      Dirty Diana (and others)—Michael Jackson

      Lyrical/ballet/modern/contemporary
      Evanescence --Lithium , Hello, Like you, Lacrymosa, Good enough, Missing, Fields of innocence, The last song I wasting on you, You, Exodus, Breathe no more, Eternal, Demise, Ascension of the spirit, Give unto me, Forgive me, lost in paradise
      Pink Floyd—Marooned, Terminal frost, Echoes, Interstellar Overdrive, One of these day, Run like hell
      On the turning away, Absolutely Curtains, Mudmen, Obscured by clouds, Dogs, A great day for freedom, High Hopes, Great Gig in the Sky, Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun
      David Hasselhoff--Until the last teardrop falls, If I could only say goodbye, These Loving eyes, A star looks down tonight, White Bird
      Meatloaf—Objects in the rear view mirror may appear closer than they are, heaven can wait, Not a dry eye, Lost boys and golden girls
      Charlotte Church—All the little horses, unraveling, even God, Dream a dream (Elysium)
      from the movie Legend--The unicorn theme, The Cottage, Darkness , The Dance
      from the movie Dracula--Love eternal, Love remembered, The storm, Lucy’s party, Love Song for a vampire by Annie Lennox
      from the movie Dragonheart -World of your heart, Flight to Avalon, Draco
      from the movie Ladyhawke--main theme, She was sad at first, Phillippe describes Isabeau

  46. QUESTION:
    Poll-How did people watch TV when your grandmother was growing up?
    My grand ma was born 1942 and I bet those black and white TVs were around.

    Rest In Peace, grand mother.

    • ANSWER:
      When my grandma was growing up, they didn't have TV's, they just had radio programs. She grew up in the flapper era. It was during my mom's teenage years that people began having TV sets in their homes, black and white sets that took a long time to warm up the tubes before the picture came on, then wiggling the rabbit ears til it was a clear picture. 2 or 3 channels, and it all went off air at 11 o'clock at night, with an Indian head for the picture. The set I remember in my uncle's house had 5 knobs, the on/off/volume, the channel knob, and 3 adjustment knobs, the horizontal hold, vertical hold, and contrast. They had a huge metal antenna on the roof. The TV set had a small round screen in a huge cabinet, and the picture was actually sort of a greenish gray & white instead of black & white. Us kids were the "remote", we had to run over and change the TV. I remember watching Godzilla movies and the 3 Stooges on saturdays on that old TV when I was a kid.
      When I was a teenager in the 60s, our family got our first color TV. Bonanza was in color on Sunday nights, right after The Wonderful World of Disney in color. But most other shows were still in black & white back then. I think it was maybe late 60s or early 70s when they began having "all night" TV shows on. TV always went off the air every night when I was a kid.

  47. QUESTION:
    Is the 'Godzilla' franchise big enough for Godzilla to be considered a mythical creature?
    I think so...
    I mean, 29 movies, tons of cameos, a TV show, two cartoon shows, comic books, toys, rip- offs, spin- offs, video games...

    • ANSWER:
      Nope.
      A mythical creature is generally from legends from at least a few hundred years ago, and at one time people believed them to be real. Also, there is more than one of them.
      Godzilla is only about 50 years old, nobody actually believes/ believed on him, and there is only one.
      Maybe you can compare him to dragons though, since he can fly, in a lizard sort of creature, and can shoot fire (sorta) from his mouth....
      :-)

  48. QUESTION:
    This is my senior year and I want to compete a serious dance solo for competition?
    and I don't know what song to dance to. I am good at lyrically type stuff although I didn't place last year because some judges are really into all that contemporary stuff. I'm maybe doing a jazz piece but I'm not sure if I want that to be my last solo ever. Since I'm older Idk if jazz would be super senior ish. So if anyone has any thoughts please let me know :)

    • ANSWER:
      Here is my suggestion, go through this long list and see what songs speaks out to you and then choose the style, this is a mix of jazz and lyrical songs and some are interchangable.

      JAZZ

      Pink Floyd---
      Marooned
      Terminal frost
      Echoes
      Interstellar Overdrive
      One of these days
      Run like hell
      On the turning away
      Absolutely Curtains
      Mudmen
      Obscured by clouds
      Dogs
      Summer ’68
      Coming back to life
      Lost for words
      Great day for freedom
      San Tropez
      High hopes

      Billy Joel—
      Only the good die young
      We didn’t start the fire
      Uptown girl
      River of dreams

      David Hasselhoff--
      Queen of the rain
      Try a little tenderness
      Until the last teardrop falls
      If I could only say goodbye
      These Loving eyes
      A star looks down tonight
      White Bird
      Dark Side of my heart
      Crazy on a Saturday Night

      Evanescence--
      Bring me to life
      Lose control
      The only one
      Breathe no more
      Even in death
      Going under
      Everybody’s fool
      Sweet sacrifice
      Call me when you’re sober
      Lithium
      Hello
      Like you
      Lacrymosa
      Good enough
      Missing
      Fields of innocence
      The last song I wasting on you
      You
      Exodus
      Breathe no more
      Eternal
      Demise
      Ascension of the spirit

      Black muddy river—grateful dead
      Underneath the radar—underworld
      Put your lights on—Santana
      She wolf—Shakira
      Mercy—Duffy
      Vibeology—Paula Abdul
      Cold Hearted Snake—Paula Abdul
      Straight up –Paula Abdul
      Dr. beat- Miami Sound Machine
      Conga-Miami Sound Machine
      Fighter—Christina Aguilera
      Music that you can dance to-The Sparks (Rad)
      Send me an angel—Real Life (Rad)
      Thunder in your heart—John Farnham (Rad)
      Get Strange—Hubert Kah (Rad)
      Loved by the sun—Tangerine Dream (Legend)
      Is your love strong enough—Tangerine Dream (Legend)
      She’s like the wind—Patrick Swayze (dirty Dancing)
      Tonight is what it means to be young—Fire Inc (Streets of fire)
      Love is in the air—John Paul Young (Strictly Ballroom)
      It’s my turn to fly—The Urge (Titan AE)
      Chilly Down—David Bowie (Labyrinth)
      Magic dance-David Bowie (Labyrinth)
      Partyman-Prince (Batman)
      Batdance-Prince (batman)
      One more time –Michael Bolton (Sing)
      What’s the matter with love—Laurena Wilerson (Sing)
      Only my heart talking—Alice Cooper
      Dragula—Rob Zombie
      Spookshow baby—Rob Zombie
      Phantom Stranger—Rob Zombie
      Buttons—PCD
      When I grow up—Pussycat Dolls
      Striptease—Danity Kane
      Circus—Britney Spears
      When the rush comes—Motorcycle
      Gravity of love—Enigma
      Silence must be heard—Enigma
      Principles of lust—Enigma
      Sadness--Enigma
      Sledgehammer—Peter Gabriel
      Talking in your sleep—The Romantics
      Crystal Blue persuasion—Tommy James & The Shondells
      Silent Lucidity—Queensryche
      Abracadabra—Steve Miller Band
      Red red wine—UB40
      Godzilla—Blue oyster cult
      Who’s Johnny-El Debarge
      Set the night to music—Starship
      What have you done for me lately—Whitney Houston
      No more tears—Ozzy Osbourne
      Zombie Stomp—Ozzy Osbourne
      Nasty—Janet Jackson
      It’s raining men—Weather Girls
      Dream Weaver—Gary Wright
      Set adrift on memory bliss-PM Dawn
      Moon Baby--Godsmack
      Won’t back down-Eminem
      More than a kiss-Tommy Conwell (shout)
      Kentucky Rain—Elvis
      An American Trilogy—Elvis
      There’s a brand new day on the horizon—Elvis
      Love you to death—Kamelot
      My destiny—Leaves’ Eyes
      I Like it—Enrique Iglesas
      Only girl—Rihanna

      Alborada (A dawn of many colors album)
      Ode to a woman
      Mountain Melody

      Ceol Mor—(Celtic Passages Album)
      Enchanted forest
      The mountains at dawn
      Sparkling river

      Let love live from Cirque de soliel
      Symphony—Sarah Brightman
      Fleurs du mal—Sarah Brightman
      Free-Sarah Brightman
      Set the night to music—Starship
      Gravity of love- Enigma
      Eva—Nightwish
      Show me your fire truck—Backdraft
      Top Gun Anthem
      Star Wars movie soundtracks
      Star Trek Movie soundtracks
      Avatar movie soundtrack
      Stargate soundtrack
      Hurt-Nine Inch Nails/Johnny Cash
      Through the eyes of love—Melissa Manchester (Ice Castles theme)
      For crying out loud—Meatloaf
      Dawn’s pale light—Liquid Sky
      Make the world go away-Elvis
      Love you to death-Kamelot
      Scarborough Fair—Leaves’ Eyes
      I am—Christina Aguilera
      Just the way you are—Bruno Mars
      24-Jem (ultraviolet)
      Impossible--Shontelle
      Freshman—verve pipe
      In the air tonight—Phil Collins
      Are we the waiting—Green Day
      Make a memory—Bon Jovi
      Uninvited—Alanis Morissette

  49. QUESTION:
    How much does a trip to Mazatlan Sinaloa Mexico cost?
    If it is 4 people and includes hotel, and food. How much would it be? And also how much would the plane be if we are flying from Durango Mexico to Mazatlan Sinaloa Mexico? Debating on whether to go to Puerto Vallarta or Mazatlan! Thanks!
    :)

    • ANSWER:
      My vote goes to Mazatlan... but please, let me elaborate....

      (I know Vallarta, Cabo, San Carlos, Manzanillo, among other Northern Pacific Beaches, and they are all pretty cool places in their own right, but let me say this, out of the bunch, i moved to Mazatlan....)

      How much would the trip cost, well, It depends on many factors...

      Let's start with "GETTING THERE". As with most flights and hotel rooms, most rates depend on two things, 1.- whether you'll be traveling during a holiday/high season date, or on a regular, low season interval of dates; and 2.- How much in advance do you book your flight/hotel room....

      But fear not, cool thing about Mazatlan is that is has a several options, for all the budgets and tastes...

      You can golf, surf, hike, go sportsfishing, indulge in world class spas, fine-dine, pub-crawl, work on your tan, like you can on most other beach destinations, and still not break the bank....

      Mazatlan also offers many other activities to fill your TO DO list, that no other beach does....

      Here they are, in no particular order, a list of activities that make Mazatlan a unique destination.

      1.- Very few things compare to having a Nieve de Con Medrano (Garrafa-style Ice cream) and Find out why, after 50 years they are still the locals` favourites... Our pick: the plum (ciruela) and vanilla combination!" Note: You can find the little ice cream cart in downtown mazatlan behind City Hall...

      2.- Take a tour to the historic Pacifico Brewery, and find out how the world famous Pacifico beer is made." Oh, and the free samples at the end only make the trip that much sweeter...

      3.- Surf the evening glass at Playa Bruja...

      4.- Get spoiled rotten at Nautica Costa Bonita´s Santuario spa... THE definition of pampering....

      5.- Birdwatching at el Yugo's estuary...!

      6.- Hike up the Lighthouse Hill; the second tallest in the world. Breathtaking views of the city!!!"

      7.- Pub-Crawlin' in Old-Downtown's great mix of nice little bars, cafes and restaurants...

      8.- It´s Mahi-Mahi time!!" Spend your morning fishing for Dorados, then have family and friends, over for a great cook-out! There you can treat them both to the freshest dinner, and/or the best fisherman´s tales over a couple of Pacificos...

      9.- Race your friends to see who can raise a waist-high sand castle faster at Playa Bruja... (then then let your inner-child play Godzilla..

      10.- Enjoy the foot-long 'Criminal-Quesadillas', a few blocks South from Valentino's, after a big night-out, just before heading back home... while discussing 'The Hangover 2' movie...

      11.- Skinny-Dipping at Bird Island... hey, we only live once, right...? (I´ve been told it´s lots of fun...)

      12.- Swim with the sharks!!!" Come, visit the Aquarium..." Those who've done that before, may want to drop by again, many new, cool additions, like -you guessed- the Shark Tank!

      13.- Visit the Cathedral"... Regardless of your beliefs, you can admire this beautiful XIX century church, combines several architectural styles and it´s a trip on its own...

      If your there for more than a few days:

      14.- Going up to Concordia just for the Burnt Milk-Shaved Ice Slushies.... then stay for the day window-shopping the rustic furniture shops..."

      15.- Visit the DIF Camp by Cerritos Beach, and help release hundreds of baby sea turtles." Wildlife Preservation efforts are being done all over, you too can help, and have fun in the process..

      16.- Skating downhill on Paseo del Centenario... Sidewalk surfing taken to new heights...!

      17.- Watch time slow down, and the world smile, sitting at one of Plazuela Machado´s cafes... and fancy yourself the next Hemingway...

      And if the timing is right, and you picked the right season...

      18.- Meteor Showers on cloudless nights, over by Delfin Beach....", When the elements permit, and stars are aligned, nothing else compares... Check with your favourite weatherman...

      19.- The Dia de la Musica street festival", Enjoy a taste of all music genres on different stages, all over Old Downtown. Tonight, live perfomances by local artists, experts on their fields, a feast for your ears...!

      20.- Root for your favourite winter-sport's team wearing a hawaiian shirt, shorts and sandals!!!". Enjoy the NBA Finals, or the NHL playoffs with a cold Pacifico beer, in one of Mazatlan´s many beachside restaurants. Our recommendations: The Fish Market, Diego´s, Munchkins, and/or the Dugout... GO CANUCKS!!!

      21.- A Venados home game! (Mazatlan´s AAA league baseball team...)... Think a MLB game, if it was conceived by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, and narrated by the Farreli´s brothers...

      22.- Be taken by Delfos` newest coreographic creation at the Angela Peralta Theater...

      23.- Carnaval!!! Join the whole town and ask Mazatlan to dance on Mardi Gras...

      Never a dull moment in Mazatlan!!!

      Have a safe trip, and hope this helps!

  50. QUESTION:
    Can you tell me a good song for a 13 year old competition jazz group routine? And for a 13 year old solo?
    Im writing a story about this girl who loves to dance, and shes a competitive jazz dancer with her group. Do you know any age appropriate songs that i could use for their routine or for her solo?

    • ANSWER:
      JAZZ

      Pink Floyd--- Summer ’68, Coming back to life, Lost for words, Great day for freedom, San Tropez
      High hopes
      Billy Joel—Only the good die young, We didn’t start the fire, Uptown girl, River of dreams
      David Hasselhoff--Queen of the rain, Try a little tenderness, Dark Side of my heart, Crazy on a Saturday night, Until the last teardrop falls
      Evanescence--Bring me to life, Lose control, The only one, Breathe no more, Even in death ,Going under,
      Everybody’s fool, Sweet sacrifice, Call me when you’re sober
      Sarah Brightman—Fly, When it rains in America, Rain, How can heaven love me, You take my breath away, It’s a beautiful day, Arabian nights, Harem, I lost my heart to a starship trooper (hot gossip)
      Paula Abdul- Vibeology, Cold Hearted Snake, Straight up, to you, the way that you love me
      Miami Sound Machine- Dr. beat, Conga, Primitive love, prisoner of love, rhythm is gonna get ya, 1-2-3, movies
      Rob Zombie—Dragula, Spookshow baby, Phantom Stranger
      Enigma --Gravity of love, Silence must be heard, Principles of lust, Sadness
      Black muddy river—grateful dead
      Underneath the radar—underworld
      Put your lights on—Santana
      She wolf—Shakira
      Mercy—Duffy
      Fighter—Christina Aguilera
      Music that you can dance to-The Sparks (Rad)
      Send me an angel—Real Life (Rad)
      Thunder in your heart—John Farnham (Rad)
      Get Strange—Hubert Kah (Rad)
      Loved by the sun—Tangerine Dream (Legend)
      Is your love strong enough—Tangerine Dream (Legend)
      She’s like the wind—Patrick Swayze (dirty Dancing)
      Tonight is what it means to be young—Fire Inc (Streets of fire)
      Love is in the air—John Paul Young (Strictly Ballroom)
      It’s my turn to fly—The Urge (Titan AE)
      Chilly Down—David Bowie (Labyrinth)
      Magic dance-David Bowie (Labyrinth)
      Partyman-Prince (Batman)
      Batdance-Prince (batman)
      One more time –Michael Bolton (Sing)
      What’s the matter with love—Laurena Wilerson (Sing)
      Only my heart talking—Alice Cooper
      Buttons—PCD
      When I grow up—Pussycat Dolls
      Striptease—Danity Kane
      Circus—Britney Spears
      When the rush comes—Motorcycle
      Sledgehammer—Peter Gabriel
      Talking in your sleep—The Romantics
      Crystal Blue persuasion—Tommy James & The Shondells
      Silent Lucidity—Queensryche
      Abracadabra—Steve Miller Band
      Red red wine—UB40
      Godzilla—Blue oyster cult
      Who’s Johnny-El Debarge
      Set the night to music—Starship
      What have you done for me lately—Whitney Houston
      No more tears—Ozzy Osbourne
      Zombie Stomp—Ozzy Osbourne
      Nasty—Janet Jackson
      It’s raining men—Weather Girls
      Dream Weaver—Gary Wright
      Set adrift on memory bliss-PM Dawn
      Moon Baby--Godsmack
      Won’t back down-Eminem
      More than a kiss-Tommy Conwell (shout)
      Kentucky Rain—Elvis
      An American Trilogy—Elvis
      There’s a brand new day on the horizon—Elvis
      Love you to death—Kamelot
      My destiny—Leaves’ Eyes
      I Like it—Enrique Iglesas
      Only girl—Rihanna
      Rock you like a hurricane-scorpions
      Finest hour-Cindy Valentine aka Valentine Leone (Teen Witch)
      I like boys-Elizabeth & the Weirz (Teen Witch)
      Never gonna be the same again—Lori Russo aka Valentine Leone (Teen Witch)
      Detroit Rock City—Kiss
      Dreamscape-Liquid Sky
      Crossing the River-Eddi Reader(Batman Forever)
      Shake your cosmic thang—The B-52’S
      Channel Z—The B-52’S
      Cause I’m a blonde-Julie Brown (Earth Girls are easy)


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