THE KING OF THE MONSTERS.
APRIL 15 201981>
I like science fiction movies. Old ones, from the 1950s, black and white monster movies. Far more than I like any other form of cinema. Godzilla in particular made an enormous impression on me as a little kid.
Today I've begun re-designing the web pages to be mobile-friendly.
A JUMBLED MESS.
APRIL 13 201981>
Regardless of how many times I try and watch it, "Godzilla: Final Wars" makes no sense to me. It's like three or four movies spliced together in a kind of random fashion. Needs more giant monsters IMHO. And fewer cyberpunk dystopian alien kung fu characters.
OCTOBER 29 201781>
Spaceships, robots and monsters. It's hard to go wrong with those three elements, I've determined. Working on images for the Forbidden Planet page. What a great movie. When people ask for a good 50s sci fi movie, I recommend that one first. Great acting, great plot and story, incredible special effects for its era -- before CGI spoiled everyone's lunch. Even the music is noteworthy. There really WAS no movie better than Forbidden Planet in previous film history, maybe Flash Gordon or Buck Rogers, or films I have yet to see. This is one of the best sci fi movies ever made.
OCTOBER 28 201781>
Working on the prototype movie page. The Crawling Eye. Watching that movie as I work on it. "How about a breath of fresh air?" and they head outside to enjoy the smell of freshly-roasted eye monsters. Wow.
OCTOBER 27 201781>
Maybe a list linked to individual pages? Group movies somehow? Like old 1940s Universal type movies, 1950s Giant Bug movies, Godzilla/Toho movies? Or call out favorites?
That seems like the best way to go at present.
OCTOBER 26 201781>
I like old science fiction. I've been able to find just about all the movies I really like on DVD, ideally in Japanese with subtitles. OR whatever the original soundtrack had, I do not like dubbed movies. How to best catalog and present a long list of movies?