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Destroy All Monsters

Sat, Feb 15 / 8:30 pm
Sun, Feb 16 / 7 pm
Directed by Ishirô Honda
1968, Japan, 88 min
Japanese with English subtitles

The original Godzilla team of director Ishirô Honda, special effects
supervisor Eiji Tsuburaya, and composer Akira Ifukube reunited for this kaiju extravaganza, which features no fewer than eleven monsters. Set in the remote future of 1999, when the people of Earth have achieved world peace by confining
destructive creatures to Monsterland (until an alien race intervenes), Destroy All Monsters mounts a thrilling display of innovative action sequences and memorable images that have made it a favorite for generations of viewers.

Plays with Baby Metal / Directed by Cressa Maeve Beer, 2019, USA, 1:24 min

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Reviews

This has a reputation for being one of the best of the series and it didn’t disappoint. It’s one of the most action-packed entries to the series with lots of monsters. It’s certainly one of the strongest in the series, after the first film.
- David Brook, Blueprint Review
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