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The King of the Monsters is f*cking back

Remember all the times America has tried to remake and refashion Godzilla (1954)? Cool! Neither do I, because this teaser for the upcoming Godzilla Resurgence (or Shin Gojira, which delightfully could mean anything from True Godzilla to God Godzilla) is so much better than any of those movies or cartoons in their entirety. I would trade a hundred Hank Azaria cabbies, a thousand sobbing Bryan Cranstons, for what we’re being gifted with here. Take a look: I don’t need to belabor the point, do I? True: the early trailers for Gareth Edwards’s 2014 Godzilla promised a similar level of gravitas and awe, but the final product didn’t deliver…

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Kaiju-a-Gogo has plenty of urban-razing kaiju, decidedly less gogo

There haven’t been nearly enough games where you terrorize modern cities as ravaging mecha Kaiju roused from the pits of nuclear hell, which is a shame. But luckily Kaiju-a-Gogo is a new entry in the genre that has been asleep probably since SNK’s King of the Monsters, unless you count the Hulk and Transformers games, which I don’t really.  This one is vying for your attention and beer money on Kickstarter, and sounds promising on the premise alone, even if the dev only has one meager screenshot to show for it and a pitch trailer with no actual game footage.…

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New Godzilla can produce an ungodly amount of urine

Godzilla has always been huge, but the Godzilla in the new Godzilla flick is frigging mammoth, and an un-thought-of consequence of that 55,000 tons of girth is a whole lot of urine production. According to the calculations of folks at Deep Sea News, a real mutant lizard of that size would micturate a staggering 151,436,928 gallons per day. This is of course the unsavory side of Kaiju movie production Hollywood doesn’t want to tell you.  And the problem isn’t going away. They’re predicting that Godzilla will grow to a staggering 945 feet tall by the year 2050. That’s based on…