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Monday, October 24, 2016

Bandai's Human Size Godzilla Figure

by Armand Vaquer


Above, yours truly with the Godzilla statue at Toho Studios in 2010.
The closest I've ever gotten to a human-sized Godzilla was when I saw several filming & event suits. and the Godzilla statue at Toho Studios over the years.

Now, "true" Godzilla fans can own a human-sized Godzilla figure of their very own. The only problem is coming up with the money to buy one and where to put it.

Otaku USA has an article on the Godzilla figure.

They begin with:
Are you a Godzilla fan? 
Okay, cool. But are you a big enough Godzilla fan to buy an incredibly expensive, human-size Godzilla figure? 
Yeah, me neither. 
First of all, I’m not sure where exactly I would put it, but more importantly, check out that price tag: ¥4,482,000. Four-point-four million yen. In U.S. dollars, that’s about $43,000 smackeroos.
The figures are from Bandai and they are part of a new toy line called the Human Size Project. If some G-fan wants one, they'd probably better hurry up as the production run is limited to ten (10) figures and they stand 6' 3".

To see it and read more, go here.

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Cover Ideas: "The Monster Movie Fan's Guide To Japan" 2nd Edition

by Armand Vaquer


Above, the cover to the current edition.
Now that I've seen Shin Godzilla (Godzilla Resurgence) twice, I can now finish work on the updated edition of The Monster Movie Fan's Guide To Japan. I'll do that after my upcoming cross-country trip to Metropolis, Illinois. Hopefully, I can finish it in time and get it to the publisher with enough time to promote it in the U.S. and in Japan by around April.

The real standouts as far as locations are concerned from Shin Godzilla are Tokyo Bay (near Yokohama), the Tama River and the historic Tokyo Station. I'll be adding those places into the travel guide.

If anyone has any suggestions for additions, feel free to let me know in the comments section for this blog post.

For the new edition's cover, I am considering these photographs (feel free to post your preference in the comments section):


  1. Shinjuku Godzilla



2. Hibiya Godzilla Statue



3. Godzilla Slide

Thursday, October 13, 2016

We Waited 12 Years For This?

Review of Shin Godzilla (Godzilla Resurgence) by Armand Vaquer.


Above, this shot of Pete Brothers may reflect our feelings of Shin Godzilla. Photo by Armand Vaquer.

UPDATE (10/18/16): I viewed the movie again last Saturday and have posted a 2nd review. To view it, go here.

October 12 on my calendar was originally going to be the day that my Small Claims Court case against my ex-fiancee would have been heard, had we not gone on Hot Bench last month instead. After seeing Shin Godzilla (Godzilla Resurgence) last night, something tells me that an appearance in Small Claims Court would have been much more entertaining.

Above, the Shin Godzilla poster at the theater. Photo by Armand Vaquer.

Above, the entrance to the auditorium. Photo by Armand Vaquer.

Peter H. Brothers and I met up at the Muvico Thousand Oaks 14 theaters to see the movie. Before going inside the auditorium, I perused a collection of Star Wars figures by Sideshow Collectibles in the theater lobby. Surprisingly, we were joined by Brant Elliott, who also happened to attend this screening and bought a ticket for the seat next to Pete. I hadn't seen Brant in years and it was a nice reunion.

Above, Brant Elliott and Peter H. Brothers. Photo by Armand Vaquer.

I purposely avoided reading any fan reviews of Shin Godzilla so I could make up my own mind about the film and to avoid any spoilers. Some fans said the movie was "different" and "interesting". Yes, I have to agree to both adjectives. "Entertaining" is not an adjective that I would bestow upon it, however. It started with a lot of promise, but was a disaster soon after.

Above, Pete Brothers and Armand at the bar following the movie. Photo by Brant Elliott.

For starters, the movie was about 95% talk-talk-talk-talk-talk-talk-talk by bureaucrats of various ministries of the Japanese government on dealing with the situation of Godzilla. That is fine to poke fun at the farcical ways the machinery of government operates, particularly the Japanese way of "governing by committee". But to make that 95% of the movie was overkill at its worst.

Above, Han Solo in carbonite in the theater lobby 
 by Sideshow Collectibles. Photo by Armand Vaquer.

Next, the editing and structure of the movie was horrendous. Scenes were constantly jumping from one bureaucrat to another, with a little Godzilla thrown in on occasion. That was tiring! There was no continuity to the movie and there were no likable characters. There was no real storytelling. It almost makes Godzilla Final Wars (2004) a masterpiece of cinema in comparison (and I liked that movie)! It was a mess! Hideaki Anno, who directed the movie, may be a good anime director, but he completely ruined the Toho Godzilla's return.

The only redeeming feature of the movie are the special effects by Shinji Higuchi. They were inspired and innovative at times (I loved the scenes of boats being shoved aside on a river by a submerged Godzilla, which in his "early form", resembled a plucked Thanksgiving turkey). Those scenes reminded me of the tsunami footage from the Great East Japan Earthquake. Still, while the special effects were great, there was not enough Godzilla in the movie.

While it was nice to hear some of Akira Ifukube's Godzilla themes, the film had no coherent score to speak of.

One has to wonder, "What was Toho thinking?" when they greenlighted this movie.

Above, Yoda in the theater lobby. Photo by Armand Vaquer.

This has to rank as the worst Godzilla movie ever. Even worse than the 1998 American fiasco! At least G.I.N.O. (as we fans call the 1998 Godzilla by Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin) had some storytelling to it.

I promised I'd take Jessica, my ex-roommate, to see it on Saturday. I guess I'll have to endure it again.
I very much wanted to enjoy the return of Toho's Godzilla, but this movie completely let me down.

I'm sorry to say. My grade: D-.

Saturday, October 8, 2016

October Is Here - Welcome To The Month Of Monsters!

October is the "Month of Monsters" at Monster Island News. All month long our website will be featuring stories, profiles and collectible items about some of Hollywood's greatest icons of horror.

Check out what has crawled out of the grave so far - Monster Island News

The Mummy

In 1932 a new horror movie was put into production to capitalize on the success of Frankenstein, and its star Boris Karloff. The initial idea was to produce a film based on the real life exploits of the French mystic Cagliostro, who claimed that he had lived for several generations. This idea was soon dropped for a screenplay that was penned by Nina Wilcox Putman that featured the resurrected corpse of an ancient Egyptian prince. One has to remember that Tutankhamen’s tomb had just recently been discovered and there was a national obsession with Egyptology. Universal felt that the combination of Karloff and this topical theme would guarantee a hit, and they were right.

King Kong

Carl Denham is a producer and director of adventure films specializing in remote and exotic locations. He sets off to a remote island, uncharted except for a map he purchased from a seaman. He hires a ship and with the star of his film, Ann Darrell, he sets off to Skull Island where there supposedly lives a large ape known as Kong. Thie island itself is is divided and the giant ape lives behind a great wall. Whe the local islanders kidnap Ann to offer her as a sacrifice, Denham and John Dricsoll set off to rescue her. It's obvious that Kong is fascinated with Ann and means her no harm but Dehnam gasses the beast and transports it
to New York where he puts it on display. When it manages to escape, it terrorizes the city, climbing to the top of the Empire State building where it must confront air force planes trying to shoot it down.

The Wolf Man

In 1941 Curt Siodmak sat down at his desk with the intention of writing a horror story that would draw on Greek Mythology and the belief that somehow a man could transform into an animal, a common legend that ran through the folklore of just about every culture on Earth. Little could he have realized that the script he was about to write, The Wolf Man, would not only have an effect of the future of horror films, but the future of the occult as well. It has always been a common belief that many of the concepts of lycanthropy that were portrayed in the film came from a collection of popular folklore and witchcraft. In fact nothing is further from the truth. Siodmak was responsible for coming up with the design of the pentagram, the werewolf’s vulnerability to silver, and the full moon being the catalyst for the transformation from man to beast all on his own. In fact the legendary poem “Even a man who is pure of heart, and says his prayers by night, may become a wolf when the wolf bane blooms, and the autumn moon is bright.” is a Siodmak original.

Don;t worry crypto fans we got ya covered as well...

Bigfoot

‘Huge, scary, aggressive, fast, and threatening’. These terms are used to describe several Bigfoot-like creatures said to inhabit the desert regions of southern California. These mysterious giant apes go by many different names, The Borrego Sandman, The Speedway Monster, Zoobies, Devils, and the Yucca Man. It may come to the surprise of those who follow stories about Bigfoot and other mysterious creatures that the first report of these creatures by European settlers did not come from the East Coast, Midwest, or even the Pacific Northwest. It actually came from southern California. In 1769, Spanish priests founded the first mission in San Diego.

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Thursday, September 29, 2016

Rare Superman Comic Book Goes Up For Auction

Action Comics #28 - September 1940 Issue - DC Comics - Grade VG

View Obscura Comics is proud to announce the auction of our copy of the ultra rare "Action Comics #28, September 1940 Issue". As most of you know pre World War II comic books are very hard to find and come up for auction only once in a blue moon. We are very honored to be able to provide collectors an opportunity to own a very important part of comic book history.

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Action Comics #28 - September 1940 Issue - DC Comics - Grade VG

1st printing.

This comic book is in used condition. Comic is complete with cover and all pages attached. This comic has flaws that warrant a VG grade.

Note: Cover attached with tape (full length of spine)

Comic Book will be shipped bagged and boarded!

Superman, Pep Morgan, Black Pirate (art by Sheldon Moldoff), Three Aces, Tex Thompson (art by Bernard Baily), Clip Carson (art by Moldoff), and Zatara (art by Fred Guardineer). Full-page ads for Superman # 6 and Supermen of America fan club. Half-page ads for New York World's Fair Comics (1940), the Superman radio show, and All Star Comics # 1 and Mutt & Jeff (# 2?).

A series of robberies occurs around Metropolis. Each witness describes the suspect as a muscular strong-man wearing a leopard skin leotard. Daily Planet editor George Taylor sends Clark and Lois out to cover the story. While walking the city streets, Lois spots a billboard advertising a circus that just rolled into town. The main attraction: Herculo, the strong man, who wore a leopard print just like the strong-arm bandit...

The two reporters meet with Mr. Jenkins, the circus owner. He lets Clark and Lois sit in on a show as they talk about the thefts. Jenkins admits that he himself has suspected Herculo, since every town the circus has been to have had similar incidents. Nevertheless, he brings Clark and Lois to meet Herculo, with Clark faking pain as the strong-man squeezes his hand in greeting. Herculo attempts to woo Miss Lane by boasting that he is the strongest man around, which Lois shoots down by saying that Superman could best him any day. Herculo says that he'd challenge this Superman guy to a test of strength, and his friend the circus clown offers to play ref if that ever happens. Clark goes to buy some tickets from Jenkins to give away to some orphaned kids, letting Lois deal with her muscle headed admirer. Once he is out of sight of everyone, Clark secretly sprinkles a fine powder over some bills, a precaution that may help catch the thief later. On their way out of the circus, Lois and Clark come face to masked face with the strong-arm bandit, who grabs the wad of cash out of Clark's hand and runs off. Lois is disgusted with Clark's lack of spine and storms off alone.

Later that same day, Clark and Lois return to the circus accompanied by children from the Metropolis Orphanage to see the show. While Lois and the kids watch the show, Clark slips away to change into Superman. Herculo and the clown are preparing for the show in their tent. Superman uses his X-Ray vision to eavesdrop on them, but he is noticed by Herculo by the shadow he was casting on the tent. The strong-man charges Superman, being flipped on his back for his trouble. The noise brings Jenkins over to see what was causing all the commotion. On seeing Superman and his strongman engaged in a scuffle, the circus' owner is thrilled. He decides to make him part of the act tonight, to which Superman readily agrees. The audience is given a surprise for the next act: Superman and Herculo in a contest of strength! Herculo puts forth his fiercest moves, but the Man of Steel takes it all in stride. It soon becomes obvious that Superman is the stronger of the two. Not content to leave yet, Superman decides to give the crowd a show in acrobatics and aerial feats.

Saturday, September 24, 2016

A Silver Age Comic Book Bonanza - New In Our Store!

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Avengers #13, February 1965 Issue - Marvel Comics - Grade G

The Avengers prevent the Maggia from commiting another crime. Count Nefaria decides he needs to put the Avengers out of action. As no one knows he is the leader of the Maggia, he holds a party in his castle and invites the Avengers. While they sleep after the party Nefaria makes copies of each of the Avengers who he commands to declare war on the United States. When the real Avengers leave the party they are attacked by the Army. They discover what has happened and pursue and battle Nefaria, getting evidence from him that proves their innocence. However, in the battle, the Wasp is critically injured.

Adventure Comics #291 - December 1961 Issue - DC Comics - Grade G/VG

When Superboy declares that his “ideal woman” is Cleopatra, Lana Lang pretends to be the Egyptian princess herself, yanked through time and space by an invention of her uncle, Professor Phineas Potter. But Superboy detects Lana’s imposture and takes her back to ancient Egypt for an adventure with the real Cleopatra.

Avengers #21, Octoboer 1965 Issue - Marvel Comics - Grade G

Erik Josten, an agent for Baron Zemo before he died, returns to the machinery used to create Wonder Man. There he finds the Enchantress, who tells him she will use the machine to make him strong too. He agrees and is given the name "Power Man". The Enchantress then creates a number of illusions around the city that make the Avengers seem dangerous when they accidentally destroy property and endanger lives. Captain America then tries to subdue Power Man as he attacks men with important documents, only to find out that the men were imposters trying to steal them. Hawkeye, Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch are also caught with similar traps. The Avengers believe themselves to be nuisances and are ordered by the authorities to disband.

Tales Of Suspense #56, August 1964 Issue - Marvel Comics - Grade G/VG

Lamenting about the state of his life, Iron Man trashes his lab in a fit of rage. He decides to stop being Iron Man and to spend what's left of his life focused on his millonaire playboy lifestyle. Tony starts arranging a date when the Avengers call Stark Industries looking for Iron Man to deal with a new threat that they were too busy to handle. However, Stark simply tells them that Iron Man was sent away for "a long vacation."

Forbidden Worlds #143, May 1967 Issue - ACGl Comics - Grade G

Forbidden Worlds was a fantasy comic from the American Comics Group, which won the 1964 Alley Award for Best Regularly Published Fantasy Comic. It published 145 issues between July/August 1951 to August 1967.

Avengers #21, January 1968 Issue - Marvel Comics - Grade G/VG

Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch are held captive by Magneto, but Quicksilver manages to send a distress signal. Hercules continues to search deserted Olympus for clues. Hawkeye, Goliath and the Wasp receive the distress call. Meanwhile, deciding to use his uncle's inventions for good, Dane Whitman becomes the new Black Knight. He goes to the Avengers to help them, but mistaking him for evil, they attack. Dane becomes angry when they do not believe him, so he flies off on his own.

Green Lantern #52 - April 1967 Issue - DC Comics - Grade G

After reading a letter from Hal Jordan, Pieface pulls out his Green Lantern case book and recounts a previously untold story: Sometime before Hal left Coast City, he was visited by Alan Scott from Earth-Two, who has come for Doiby Dickles's car Goitrude to bring to Doiby to commemorate the first year anniversary of his marriage with Princess Peril. Going to Hal's garage to retrieve the car, the two men are shocked to find that Goitrude has been stolen.

Adventure Comics #283 - April 1961 Issue - DC Comics - Grade G/VG

A cache of Kryptonian weapons, including a Phantom Zone Projector, falls to Earth. Superboy learns of the Phantom Zone’s existence and how Kryptonian criminals were sent into it by a mental playback device in a helmet from the weapons cache. A lizard accidentally triggers the projector and sends Superboy into the Phantom Zone, but he manages to telekinetically write a message to Jonathan Kent on an electric typewriter. Jonathan finds the projector and releases Superboy from the Zone.

Avengers #49, February 1968 Issue - Marvel Comics - Grade VG

Hercules is attacked by Typhon, the cause of Olympus' desertion. Meanwhile, Quicksilver pretends to ally himself with Magneto, they travel to the U.N. and demand that the mutants of the world should be given a nation of their own. The Avengers attack and the Scarlet Witch accidentally gets shot, driving Quicksilver into a frenzy and making him join with Magneto for real. They then leave. Meanwhile, back in Olympus, Hercules is beaten and sent to another world by Typhon.

Avengers #60, January 1969 Issue - Marvel Comics - Grade VG

The wedding of the Wasp and Yellowjacket in "...Till Death Do Us Part!" Part 2 of 2. Script by Roy Thomas. Pencils by John Buscema. Inks by Mike Esposito (as Mickey Demeo). Cover by John Buscema and George Klein (with alterations by John Romita).

Sunday, September 11, 2016

Excerpted from orders to Captain James T. Kirk

(Excerpted from orders to Captain James T. Kirk)

III. You are therefore posted, effective immediately, to command the following: The U.S.S. ENTERPRISE

Cruiser Class - Gross 190,000 tons.
Crew Compliment - 430 persons
Drive - space-warp
Range - 18 years at light-year velocity
Registry - Earth, United Space Ship

IV. Nature and duration of mission:

Galaxy exploration and investigation: 5 years

V. Where possible, you will confine your landings and contacts to Class "M" planets approximating Earth-Mars conditions.

VI. You will conduct this patrol to accomplish primarily:

(a) Earth security, via explorations of intelligence and social systems capable of galaxial threat, and
(b) Scientific investigation to add to the Earth's body of knowledge of alien life forms and social systems, and
(c) any required assistance to the several Earth colonies in your quadrant, and the enforcement of appropriate statues affecting such Federated commerce vessels and traders as you may contact in the course of your mission.

Continue

Saturday, September 10, 2016

Godzilla Still Fueled By Japan's Anxieties

by Armand Vaquer

Above, the Godzilla mural at Toho Studios in Setagaya. Photo by Armand Vaquer.

The box office numbers for Shin Godzilla in Japan are the best the giant beast has seen since the Heisei Series (or Series 2) of the 1990s. Godzilla is well on the way to reclaiming his (or its) box office champion crown.

A new article on Godzilla by the Japan Times has been posted. They refer to the King of the Monsters as being in "middle age", which is nice, considering Godzilla and I both arrived on the scene in 1954. It is preferable than saying "old".

The article begins with:
Within one month of its July release, Toho’s “Shin Gojira” (“Godzilla Resurgence”) attracted more than 3.6 million viewers. Box-office takings are already estimated to have surpassed ¥5.3 billion, putting the film more than halfway toward the seldom-attained figure of ¥10 billion. Toho has great expectations it will eclipse the success of “Bayside Shakedown,” the film spinoff of Fuji TV’s series, and reestablish the “King of the Monsters” as the top domestic film earner. 
That’s all pretty impressive, considering this is the 29th Godzilla film produced by Toho since its smashing debut 62 years ago. What’s more, the series’ basic plot is so simple, it can be digested into a 17-syllable haiku, thus: 
Godzilla attacks 
Japanese scream and panic 
Please pass the popcorn
But, wait! There's a lot more in the article that fans won't want to miss reading!

To read more, go here

Monday, September 5, 2016

It's Starting Off To Be A Sexy And Strange September

Australian lingerie ad banned for being too sexy

The video, which played in Bras N Things stores, featured 2011 "Australia’s Next Model" contestant Simone Holtznagel and showed her posing in a series of sexual positions — described as “amateur porn” in complaints — where she flaunted the latest Playboy lingerie.

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Why Pamela Anderson’s Bizarre Anti-Porn Crusade Does More Harm Than Good

It’s been a summer of strange bedfellows, from Jill Stein and Harambe to co-speechwriters Melania Trump and Michelle Obama. But no unexpected union says “the apocalypse is nigh” quite like actress Pamela Anderson and Rabbi Shmuley Boteach’s recently assembled anti-porn task force. The orthodox rabbi and former Baywatch star took their message to the masses on Wednesday with an op-ed in The Wall Street Journal. If there’s ever been a time to email your grandparents and ask them for their WSJ log-in info, this is it.

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Gnawbone - A Horror That Pays Homage To the Days Of VHS And Late Night Cable.

It is the story about a boy that witnesses something(monster) that takes the life of his Grandfather. Thinking that the traumatic event created a false memory (most think it was an animal/bear attack), a psychologist wants the now twenty one year old young man to face his fears by trekking into the woods. With the help of friends, he might be able to process these memories and come to terms with that scared little boy. Or is that memory actually the truth. You guessed it...mayhem ensues!

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What's Hot? - Strap-on Animal Tails

No, you really did read that right. ASOS is selling strap-on animal tails — and apparently they're a big hit. Over the weekend, Cosmopolitan reported that the brown dinosaur tail, which is manufactured by the brand Tell Tails, had sold out. So now, ASOS shoppers just have five different Tell Tails tails to choose from.

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Is the Croydon cat killer an alien? RSPCA reveals 'bizarre' theories for moggie murders

Alien activity, a fetish for cat whiskers and revenge on an ex-lover are just some of the bizarre reports wasting investigators time in the hunt for the vicious Croydon cat killer.

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Strange radio signal stirs talk of extraterrestrials

A curious radio signal picked up by a Russian telescope is probably not a transmission from an extraterrestrial civilization, but astronomers in California are taking a second look anyway, the SETI Institute said on Tuesday.

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Mystery 180-ft wide 'Nazi crop circle' appears overnight in Wiltshire field sparking alien fears from conspiracy theorists

Did an evil race of Nazi aliens land on earth and carve this Swastika-shaped crop circle?

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The Day The Earth Stood Still (1951)(20th Century Fox)

A perfect example of what can be achieved when Science Fiction cinema is approached in a serious and mature manor is the 1951 classic "The Day The Earth Stood Still". Made in the early 50s, before the atomic monster boom and sensationalised alien invasion films became the staples of the genre, "TDTESS" is arguably the best Science Fiction movie ever produced.

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Saturday, August 20, 2016

The Ministry of Silly Walks


"The Ministry of Silly Walks" is a sketch from the Monty Python comedy troupe's television show Monty Python's Flying Circus, season 2, episode 1, which is entitled "Face the Press". The episode first aired at some point in 1970. A shortened version of the sketch was performed for Monty Python Live at the Hollywood Bowl. This sketch involves John Cleese as a bowler hatted civil servant in a fictitious British government ministry responsible for developing silly walks through grants. Cleese, throughout the sketch, walks in a variety of silly ways. It is these various silly walks, more than the dialogue, that has earned the sketch its popularity. Cleese has cited the physical comedy of Max Wall, probably in character as Professor Wallofski, as important to its conception.



The sketch as originally depicted in the series begins with John Cleese playing a nameless civil servant who, after purchasing The Times from the newsagent in the previous sketch, walks through the streets of London (at the crossing of Thorpebank Road and Dunraven Road) in a very peculiar manner. He eventually arrives at his place of business: The Ministry of Silly Walks, on the northern end of Whitehall. In the hallway, he passes other employees all exhibiting their own silly walks before arriving at his office (the Hollywood Bowl performance omits this preamble). Once there, he finds Mr Putey (Michael Palin) waiting for him and apologizes for the delay, explaining that his walk has become particularly silly of late and it takes longer for him to reach his destination.

Putey explains that he has a silly walk he wishes to develop with grant money. He demonstrates his walk which, to Cleese's character, is not particularly silly ("The right leg isn't silly at all, and the left leg merely does a forward aerial half-turn every alternate step."). He tells Putey that he does not believe the ministry can help him, as Putey's walk is not silly enough and funding is short. The government, he explains, is supposed to give equally to Defence, Social Security, Health, Housing, Education, and Silly Walks, but recently spent less on Silly Walks than on national defence. After a visit by his secretary Mrs. Twolumps, Cleese shows Mr Putey a film on silly walks. (The segment is a parody of early 20th-century cinema, with Michael Palin dressed up as Little Tich; this film is also shown as part of the Hollywood Bowl performance of the sketch.) After tossing the projector offstage, Cleese offers Putey a grant that will allow him to work on the Anglo-French Silly Walk, La Marche Futile (a parody of Concorde's Anglo-French development), which is then demonstrated by a man (Terry Jones) dressed in a mixture of stereotypical English and French outfits, with a sped-up version of "La Marseillaise" playing.

Mrs. Twolumps, presumably the minister's secretary, makes a brief appearance, bringing in coffee with full silly walk. As she enters, the cups fall all over the tray, completely spilling their contents. The minister looks at the tray, says "Thank you, lovely" and she exits again, taking the tray with her, complete with upended cups. In the Hollywood Bowl version, Carol Cleveland plays Mrs. Twolumps, and spills some of the coffee on Cleese during the sketch.

As the years went by amid repeated requests to do the sketch, Cleese found it increasingly difficult to perform these walks. He would say, when told about a new Python tour, "I'm not doing silly walks."[citation needed] Accordingly, the sketch was not performed during Monty Python Live (Mostly), the troupe's 2014 reunion show. It was replaced by "The Silly Walks Song", which was performed by a group of (younger) dancers who mimicked Cleese's original walks while wearing bowler hats and carrying briefcases. - Wiki

Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Emma Frost: Higher Learning #5

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Written by KARL BOLLERS Pencils by RANDY GREEN; Cover by GREG HORN "HIGHER LEARNING" pt. 5 (of 6)

After the disaster that happened with the entire family, they were all at the airport to see Christian leave. Christian has decided to leave town and their family because of his life style and his father's disapproval. Later that night, Emma sees her mother sitting alone in a room. She talks to her and realizes that her mother is going to do nothing about her father fondling another woman. Emma gets mad at her mother and grabs her shoulder, it caused both of them to see what Emma saw her father doing. Her mother goes into a seizure. Later her brother calls her and tells her that their father fired him. Emma storms into her father's office to tell him to stop messing with Christian. Emma tells her father off and he was left in awe. Her mother finally wakes up out of a coma. Emma later visits her brother and watches a movie with him and his boyfriend until the SWAT team stormed in and arrested them. Her father had ordered the police to arrest them. She finds out that her father had framed Christian's boyfriend so he could be deported back to Cuba. Later Emma is confronted by Adrienne and it seems Adrienne has psychic powers too, but it was never fully said. Emma has a nightmare and wakes up, she runs to Christian's room to discover him hanging, dead.

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Monday, August 1, 2016

Godzilla To Star In New Universal Studios Japan Attraction

by Armand Vaquer


Above, Godzilla in Shinjuku, Tokyo. Photo by Armand Vaquer.
Since Toho Studios in the Setagaya district of Tokyo is a 100% working studio with no rides, tours or attractions (except for the Godzilla and Seven Samurai murals and the Godzilla statue, what would be the next best thing?

According to Malay Mail Online:
TOKYO, Aug 2 — Universal Studios Japan has revealed an all-new, 4D attraction set to debut at next year’s “Universal Cool Japan 2017” event, which will bring the Japanese legend of “Godzilla” to life. 
The Osaka-based resort revealed yesterday, August 1 that it will debut the multi-sensory experience “Godzilla: The Real 4D” early next year (at a date to be announced later), while the Universal Cool Japan 2017 event kicks off January 13, 2017. 
The attraction, based on the hit franchise, will see guests personally confront a giant, 118.5-meter-tall “Godzilla” rampaging through the city.
To read more, go here.

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Notice To Godzilla Fans In Japan

by Armand Vaquer


Above, Yuu Asakura with the first edition of The Monster
 Movie Fan's Guide To Japan. Photo by Armand Vaquer.
A few minutes ago, I posted the following at several Godzilla and kaiju-related groups at Facebook:
If there's anyone in Japan or is about to go to Japan in the immediate future and sees "Shin Godzilla", I need a list of locations featured in the movie to incorporate them in the next edition of "The Monster Movie Fan's Guide To Japan". I will note contributors in the acknowledgments page. Thanks!
In case anyone in Japan who reads this, but doesn't have a Facebook account, the offer is extended to you here.

My email address is AMVaquer[at]aol.com. No spammers, please!

Thank you!

Saturday, July 16, 2016

Monster Japan Travel Guide Update

by Armand Vaquer

Above, the Godzilla mural at Toho Studios will be included in the new edition. Photo by Armand Vaquer.


Things are progressing on the new, updated edition of The Monster Movie Fan's Guide To Japan.

I have selected the publishing program, the publisher and most of it is written. I am waiting, at present, for more information on the new Toho Pictures production of Shin Godzilla (to be called Godzilla Resurgence outside of Japan). Also, I am trying to decide on what photograph to use on the cover. Maybe I'll post a poll or survey of some kind involving Godzilla fans to see what photo they like.

Above, the life-size Godzilla in Shinjuku will be also included in the new edition. Photo by Armand Vaquer.


I have contacted director Shinji Higuchi for information on the locations and/or landmarks used in the movie so that they can be included. Fans would then be able to go to those places when they visit Japan.

Stay tuned!
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