TeamTokuNet’s Amber reviews the horrifyingly beautiful live-action adaption of Tokyo Ghoul starring Kamen Rider Fourze alum, Yoshiko Sengen.
Kaiju Kingdom’s Chris Eaton reviews Frankenstein Conquers the World, one of the few non-Godzilla kaiju films produced by Toho.
After fans catch the return of King Kong to the big screen in Kong: Skull Island and before Legendary brings its own head-to-head MonsterVerse remake, Kaiju Kingdom’s Chris Eaton looks back on the original King Kong vs. Godzilla film from 1962 for this month’s TokuNet Film Club.
Kaiju Kingdom’s Chris Eaton tackles the all out brawl with Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla in our next TokuNet Film Club. As Supreme Commander, Kuronuma says, “Damn, Godzilla. You’re mistaken if you think your powers are a match for MechaGodzilla.”
The Tokusatsu Network Film Club is back from our annual Winter Break to bring you Shin Godzilla‘s Hideaki Anno’s first foray into tokusatsu with, Cutie Honey.
Kaiju Kingdom’s Chris Eaton reviews Godzilla vs. Gigan for June’s TokuNet Film Club.
The monthly TokuNet Film Club is back with a new perspective, thanks to Kaiju Kingdom podcast host, Chris Eaton. This month, Chris takes a look at King Kong Escapes.
Space Sheriff Gavan: The Movie is a paint-by-numbers anniversary film about friendship or something.
Godzilla: Tokyo S.O.S. shows what happens when a nation who’s been hurt too many times learns to trust again.
We’re all familiar with those toy soldiers who get crushed in every kaiju film. Godzilla Against Mechagodzilla is their turn in the limelight.
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