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- The Ants Are Coming!
- No Good Giant Monster Deed Goes Unpunished…
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Over the years I’ve written about a large number of independent, low-budget exploitation flicks, and have been extremely impressed when, amid the mediocrity and failed ambition, there appears a real gem, a film that stands up well under fire, despite … Continue reading
Films in the horror genre — particularly films that can be described as exploitation horror comedies, even if they’re only incidentally funny — seem to inspire excellent theme songs. For the purposes of this list — let’s call it My … Continue reading
Has anyone made a giant monster horror film as a period musical before? Off-hand I can’t think of any. Japanese flicks such as Furankenshutain no kaiju-Sanda tai Gaira (1966; dir. Ishiro Honda) — otherwise known as War of the Gargantuas — … Continue reading
Among some interesting discussion by largely anonymous members of the Empires of the Deep production team that has appeared in the comments of the Undead Backbrain article “Building the Undersea Empire”, we were offered a link to demo music for … Continue reading
We’re used to catching sight of weird daikaiju monstrosities around here, but I thought this one was a beautie — a monstrous piano! It’s US singer Lady GaGa performing for the Queen last night at the Royal Variety Show in … Continue reading
The end of the world used as the basis of a pop song: nuclear disaster, flying saucer attacks, giant monsters … you name it. Kaiju Search-Robot Avery sent me this video of “World on Fire” — a rockin’ piece of … Continue reading
I guess if it becomes iconic enough, anything will be turned into a musical. I have to admit, however, that it would never have occurred to me that The Creature From The Black Lagoon would be a likely candidate. This … Continue reading
Just for the hell of it, Jonathan Coulton’s great zombie office-worker song, “Re: Your Brains”, with narrative visuals by NahtonStudios. Thanks for introducing me to the song, Chuck.