Well, we tried, buit this is in no way a horror movie. It’s an interesting movie. It’s a cool movie. It definitely has a monster in it. But it’s not a horror movie. That’s okay though, it’s still White Ween.
*Here is a brief list of things that Jef said that were wrong so you don’t need to email us about them. First Godzilla movie: 1954, not 1951. First American Godzilla movie: 1998, not 2004. Jef once forgot how old he was for an entire year.
I too forgot how old I was for nearly a year until I mentioned my (wrong) age and my girlfriend looked at me like I was crazy. It sort of stops mattering at some point, I think.
Yup, far less of a horror movie than Tyler Perry’s Boo will be. You know it was mega-shenannigans to put this on the poll and leave the Madea film off all along.
To be really anal: The first American Godzilla movie was really 1956’s “Godzilla: King of the Monsters!” It was the 1954 Japanese film “Gojira” but had new scenes shot and inserted featuring Ramond Burr. This created a very different story based around Burr’s character. So, take that!
The first film didn’t have Godzilla just ditch. The cool, conflicted scientist with the eyepatch killed the fuck out of him with his new superweapon. Then he killed himself so no-one else could have his superweapon, because the world had more than enough ways to blow itself up, and also to let his fiance marry the man she really loved.
Cool dude, that guy.
Of course, then it turned out there was another Godzilla, and that was kind of embarrassing all around, but the other Godzilla wound up being less of a tremendous asshole, so that mostly worked out.