• jonpalmer86

    ★★½ Watched by jonpalmer86 22 Jul, 2014

    I imagine that my affection for this movie will grow over time and it will be one of the Godzilla films I'm most likely to revisit. After all, Gigan is a total badass and his lengthy destruction scene with a never-better King Ghidorah is one of the finest that the series has yet seen. Hell, even the key points of contention about this film (stock footage and strange monster-talk between Godzilla and Anguirus) didn't really bother me all too much.…


  • RealDeadOne

    ★★ Watched by RealDeadOne 08 Jul, 2014

    Same old drawn out story, same old Godzilla suit but at least there's Gigan who has a nasty buzzsaw blade for a chest.


  • The Spork Guy

    ★★★½ Rewatched by The Spork Guy 16 May, 2014

    By the late 1960′s the Godzilla film series had been firmly established as a venture into children’s entertainment. After entries such as “Godzilla vs The Smog Monster” and the all too hard to forget, “All Monsters Attack”, these films had become means of teaching kids life lessons in the best way possible: By mixing it up with monsters punching each other in the face. However 1972 happened to be when that all changed. Frequently considered one of the most hated…


  • Ferox

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by Ferox 19 Jun, 2014

    This movie has the best Godzilla fight I've ever seen. It's cheap on amazon right now. Go get it!


  • NeoKingGhidorah

    ★½ Added by NeoKingGhidorah

    Godzilla shows up about 40 minutes into the film. That's 20 minutes earlier than Godzilla: Final Wars.

    Still boring tho


  • Sc8lo

    ★★★ Rewatched by Sc8lo 06 Jun, 2014

    Giant Monsters talking to each other in English.... CHECK!
    A Cartoonist with the worst creature concepts ever.....CHECK!
    A theme park run by Aliens wearing shades.....Check!
    King Ghidorah rocking a perm....HELL Yeah!


  • Michael Thompson

    ★★★★ Rewatched by Michael Thompson 05 Jun, 2014 2

    Now this is how you make a Godzilla film! Likable human characters with an interesting story, threatening monsters, and kick-ass fights. The score, while recycled, fits well and does its job. The writing is actually pretty good, and there are quite a few instances of nice cinematography (I really admired the shots of monster feet from inside miniature buildings). Gigan is a force to be reckoned with; his design is amazing and really scary, and his city destroying scene is…


  • Infernal King

    ★★★½ Rewatched by Infernal King 04 Jun, 2014

    This is an easy Godzilla movie for me to re-watch, despite being one of the most stock footage-laden entries in the series. Each of the 4 featured kaiju are among my favorites and even the poor condition of the Godzilla and King Ghidorah suits doesn't detract too much from the monster mayhem. The Akira Ifukube score is all recycled but at least it's well-chosen and edited.

    The human characters are a ragtag group of misfits (hack manga artist, his black…


  • Luigi Allender

    ★★½ Rewatched by Luigi Allender 04 Jun, 2014

    Cockroaches chose to achieve peace through the use of 2 giant space monsters. Yes, you read that right. King Ghidorah and Gigan are their monsters of choice. Gigan is brand new to the series and he's awesome. King Ghidorah is arguably Godzilla's greatest foe, yet anytime he's fighting it's all recycled footage from other movies. That's where it's a let down. Half of the movie is a 2v2 monster brawl, but most of it is stock footage from other Godzilla…


  • Benjamin Nason

    ★★★★ Rewatched by Benjamin Nason 25 May, 2014

    Contains one of my favorite battles in the whole series.


  • cmasong

    ★★★★ Rewatched by cmasong 30 May, 2014

    This is as close as Godzilla gets to a Scooby-Doo episode, or think of it as Godzilla Meets The Phantom of The Park. It's very 70s. Godzilla talks. It has blood. It's awesome.


  • whitsbrain

    ★★½ Added by whitsbrain

    This 1972 Toho release is more of the same. There's a lot of recycled footage from previous movies and it's once again focused on serving a younger audience. This features aliens that build a Godzilla-themed park that they use to control the monstrous duo of Ghidorah and Gigan.

    The plot is silly but simple and it's secondary to the monster battles of which there are many. Godzilla pairs with the under-muscled Angilas to tag team Gigan and Ghidorah.

    There are…