Sexy Female Ghostbusters Chase Sigourney Weaver Out Of Sequel

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Source: WENN

It's looks like Dan Aykroyd's vision of an all sexy female Ghostbuster team wasn't something actress Sigourney Weaver wanted to be a part of. Just under a month after the actress had been signed on to reprise her role as Dana Barrett in "Ghostbusters 3" she surprisingly backed out. caught up with Weaver who explains, "I think they're trying to create something new completely with the Ghostbusters, although I know Bill is in it. I don't expect to have anything to do with it, although I wish them well."

I believe that it is safe to assume, that since Weaver had signed on to be in the film at about the same time that Aykroyd began talking about his all female "Ghostbusters", that she didn't quite know what she was signing on for. It looks as if the actress didn't agree with the direction that the movie series is about to take.

If indeed Sigourney Weaver backed out of "Ghostbusters 3" because she didn't want to be part of 'jiggly movie', then I don't blame her. Aykroyd's all sexy female ghost fighting team idea.....well......kinda sucks.

See Also: An All Girl Ghostbuster Team? - Say It Isn't So Aykroyd! / Mega Shark vs Giant Octopus - The Deborah Gibson Interview / It's Not Ghostbusters 3...It's A French Car Commercial / Ghostbusters 3 Behind The Scenes Footage......Maybe? / Ghostbusters 3 Is In The Early Stages Of Production?

Sean And Bryan Furst To Helm Werewolf Remake

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Source: Variety

Sean and Bryan Furst are set to produce a remake of "An American Werewolf in London" for Dimenson Films. The film is in the earliest stages of development with both a writer and a director yet to be named.

In the original 1981 film, which was directed by John Landis and starred David Naughton, Griffin Dunne and Jenny Agutter, won an Oscar for it's groundbreaking make-up effects.

Plot: An American college student goes on a murderous rampage in London after he is bitten by a mysterious wolf-like creature. (TV guide eat your heart out)

More on this one as it develops.

Satantha Cuts Through The News - The Bloody Rage Of Bigfoot

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Sources: James Back / Avery Guerra

You know, some celebrities just don't know how to handle the paparazzi. They are always getting in fights with them or trying to run away from them. Well, the character Satantha ( aka Demonfoot) in James Baack's upcoming horror film, "The Bloody Rage of Bigfoot", knows just how to handle a nosy reporter. She simply cuts him up into little pieces with a jigsaw. It's not a very passive way to handle a unwanted visitor, but someone needed to start putting the press in check.

For those of you who don't know much about Satantha, well what can you say, she is just your typical Witch who likes to wear a pig mask and a guerrilla costume and dabbles in serial killing.

Sounds pretty whack, I know, but underneath the swine mask and fur is the lovely actress Andrea Hutchison who is very easy on the eyes.

Thanks to James Baack for sending along this very first still from his film, "The Bloody Rage of Bigfoot."

The Bloody Rage Of Bigfoot (3D) - Beauty And The Beast....Well, More Like Beauty Is The Beast.. / The First Look At Demonfoot From The Bloody Rage Of Pigfoot...I Mean Bigfoot / The Bloody Rage Of Bigfoot - New Trailer And Filming News / The Bloody Rage Of Bigfoot - Bigfoot Revealed! / The First Image Of The Monster From The Bloody Rage Of Bigfoot / The First Publicity Stills From The Bloody Rage Of Bigfoot / The Bloody Rage Of Bigfoot Trailer And Teaser Poster / James Baack Is Conjuring Up A Bloody Bigfoot Movie In 3D

Michael Jackson's Last Two Photos

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Sources: AEG / Getty Images

Don't worry, Monster Island News isn't turning into TMZ or anything like that, but I found a link to these two photos in my e-mail this morning and I thought it was important to post them. Yes, these are two of the last photos ever taken of the legendary entertainer Michael Jackson. These images were snapped at the dress rehearsal for Jackson's upcoming farewell shows in London. Kevin Mazur took the photos at the Staple Center in Los Angeles on June 23rd, just two days before Jackson's tragic death surprised the world.

I find it very chilling to look at Jackson posed in front of the words "This Is It", it's honestly hard not to associate the phrase with the words "This Is The End." Very eerie!

AEG has just released this statement about the now cancelled shows:

AEG Live (UK) Ltd, concert promoters, announced that full refunds will be available to fans who purchased tickets through authorised agents for any of the 50 Michael Jackson 'This Is It' concerts which were to take place at The O2 Arena in London.

Kevin Mazur, who took these last photos of Michael Jackson released this statement:

"I am devastated by the sudden loss of the "KING of POP" who I have photographed numerous times since the Victory Tour in the 80's. When he hit the stage at rehearsal, I was thrilled that the magical Michael Jackson was BACK!!! I felt the same adrenaline rush as when I photographed him the 1st time moonwalking.I was so looking forward to shooting the O2 Arena performances with the amazing production that Kenny Ortega and AEG put together with Michael for his fans."

I don't know what else I can add to this. I was never a huge fan of Michael Jackson, but I was very moved when I heard of his passing. I do feel the loss, one of the biggest icons in entertainment is gone and the impact that he had on pop culture and the entertainment industry as a whole is unmeasurable. very sad.

New Photos And Interviews From The Premiere Of Deep Sea Monster Raiga

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Sources: Deep Sea Monster Raiga Website / Forest Plus

Many Japanese monster movie fans that have been following my reports on on Shinpei Hayashiya's latest film, "Deep Sea Monster Raiga", know that the film made it's world premiere this past Saturday at the “Tokusatsu Kaiju Tengoku” (SFX Monster Heaven) film festival. The premiere was the main event of the all-night festival that also featured a screening of Hayashiya's "Deep Sea Monster Reigo", Masaaki Tezuka‘s, "Godzilla: Tokyo S.O.S.", and Keita Amemiya‘s film "Zeiram.

According to Hayashiya's blog, the film was well received and the people who were in attendance laughed at the right parts.

After the screening, there was a Q&A session with the directors of the four featured films. Again, this was reportedly a very light-hearted event, with all three film makers taking jovial punches at their own films and their counterparts films as well.

Overall the director left the event feeling that everyone had a great time.

In conjunction with the film's upcoming release, director Hayashiya was just interviewed by the Japanese website, Forest Plus. The interview is hard to follow when translated into English, but highlights include a story about how the filming of some of "Raigs's" pyrotechnic effects brought out the local fire department, and how Hayashiya believed Japanese monster films had become 'mundane' and that he hoped his films would inject the genre with new life.

Here are the photos from this weekend's events:

New Posters And Photos From John Lechago's Bio Slime

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Sources: John Lechago / Avery Guerra

I have to admit that it will be hard to root for the human characters in John Lechago's new sci fi/horror film "Bio Slime." The group of heroes/victims that the director has assembled for the film are not exactly the people who most viewers will want to see win out in the end. They are drug dealers, porn film makers, and a distraught drunken artist, not exactly societies finest. It is easy to assume most people will be on the side of the monster in this one.

From the synopsis "Bio Slime" kinda sounds like "The Blob" meets "Alien" meets Ishiro Honda's "The H-Man."

Here is a snippet:

The story opens on a starry sky underneath which a drug deal of sorts is taking place. In a remote abandoned industrial area, under the cover of night, a drug dealer and his sexy companion Donna, wait for a stranger. When he arrives, the stranger offers a large bag of drugs in exchange for a mysterious briefcase. As the deal is completed the drug dealer double crosses the stranger and shoots him.

But before he can get back in the car where his girlfriend waits, the dealer is suddenly killed in a grisly manner. Donna panics and drives the car away with the briefcase still in the trunk.

The next morning we are introduced to Troy, an artist and a drunk, waking up in his painting studio. Troy's studio is also his home, one room located in the center of an old building in downtown Los Angeles.....

.....Donna arrives to the building, carrying the mysterious briefcase in hand. She runs to the meth cook, Jack, distraught to report the death of her boyfriend. Jack asks her about the briefcase, but then becomes more concerned with the state of her car, still covered in his friend's remains. He leaves her alone in his room as he goes out to clean up the car. Donna cannot resist temptation and opens the case, releasing a strange mass of slime. It consumes her.

.......Trapped in a room with only one door and no windows. Their cell phones do not work and no one outside of the building can hear their calls for help. The group of seven people is under siege as the shape shifting creature tries to seep inside. They are picked off one by one until it is obvious that they cannot out wait this predator. A plan is hatched to retrieve the case that the creature came in to see if it holds any clue to control it or destroy it.

John Lechago was cool enough to supply us with some poster art and promo images from "Bio Slime":

Moon Wins Best New Feature Award At Edinburgh Film Festival

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Source: Variety

Duncan Jones new sci fi film, "Moon", won the Michael Powell Award for a new British feature at the 63rd Annual Edinburgh International Film Festival. The film, which stars Sam Rockwell, was the fastest screening at the festival to sell out, due mostly to Internet buzz. Fans and critics alike, gave the film high marks, adding to the speculation the film will become a cult hit when it is released later this year.

I got on the "Moon" bandwagon a couple of months back after I stumbled upon the trailer. To me the film looks like a throw-back to the sci fi films of the late 1960s and early 1970s, like "2001", and most notably "Silent Running." In fact I would go out on a limb and call "Moon" a modern "Silent Running" with a twist. In the trailer Rockwell looks like mirror image of "Running" star Bruce Dern, in fact just about all the elements of seen in the film look heavily 'inspired' by the 1972 film.

Here is the film's synopsis:

Sam Bell (Sam Rockwell) is nearing the end of his contract with Lunar. He’s been a faithful employee for 3 long years. His home has been Sarang, a moon base where he has spent his days alone, mining Helium 3. The precious gas holds the key to reversing the Earth’s energy crisis.

Isolated, determined and steadfast, Sam has followed the rulebook obediently and his time on the moon has been enlightening, but uneventful. The solitude has given him time to reflect on the mistakes of his past and work on his raging temper. He does his job mechanically, and spends most of his available time dreaming of his imminent return to Earth, to his wife, young daughter and an early retirement.

But 2 weeks shy of his departure from Sarang, Sam starts seeing things, hearing things and feeling strange. And when a routine extraction goes horribly wrong, he discovers that Lunar have their own plans for replacing him and the new recruit is eerily familiar.

Before he can return to Earth, Sam has to confront himself and the discovery that the life he has created, may not be his own. It’s more than his contract that is set to expire.

Like I said before, I'm really excited to see this one!

See Also: The Trailer For Moon Starring Sam Rockwell

Schedule Conflict Knocks Out Godzilla Film Fest

by Armand Vaquer

Godzilla is indestructible. Planes can't stop him. Bombs explode off his hide with no effect. But scheduling conflicts can knock him out!

San Francisco's "Godzilla and the Monsters of Mass Destruction" film festival featuring the original Godzilla, Haruo Nakajima, has been postponed.

According to event organizer August Ragone:

JUNE 27, 2009: Due to unforeseeable scheduling conflicts, the GODZILLA & THE MASTERS OF MASS DESTRUCTION event slated for the Castro Theatre in San Francisco on August 21-23, has been postponed until further notice. When the event can be rescheduled, we will break the announcement here, and on our official website: So, stay tuned!

We thank you for your interest and consideration and hope to see you in 2010!

Best Regards,
August Ragone
Organizer & Producer

Ultraman: The Next (2005)(Tsuburaya)

Source: Brad Warner (Tsuburaya)

The second in a series of modern movie classics presented by Monster Island News

Shunichi Maki is a fighter pilot with the Japan Self Defense Forces (JSDF) on what he intends to be his final day with the JSDF. His young son has been diagnosed with a deadly illness. The doctors say he may have only a precious few more months to live. Maki has decided to give up his love for flying high powered jets in order to devote more time to his family.

But just as he is about to turn in his uniform for the last time the order comes to scramble. A strange UFO has been sighted on a direct course for Tokyo. The government suspects this may be a missile launched from an unfriendly military power in the area. Maki’s orders are to identify the object or destroy it.

But as the jets near the UFO all of the other jets in the squadron find their engines mysteriously disabled. They have no choice but to break off. Yet Maki’s jet remains unaffected. He alone continues on course. As he nears the object, Maki can just barely make out its form, a ball of glowing red plasma streaking through the upper atmosphere at phenomenal speed. A moment after he sees the object, Maki blacks out.

Observers at the JSDF base watch their radar screens in horror as Maki’s jet collides with the UFO. A search party sets out immediately to recover the wreckage from a remote mountainous region of Japan. To their astonishment they find Maki not only alive, but virtually unhurt. Yet there is no evidence as to how he might have survived, not even a parachute to indicate he ejected before the crash. Maki himself has no memory of anything after he lost consciousness aboard his plane.

A military tribunal is called, but as far as they can determine, Maki is telling the truth. They reluctantly allow him to leave the base to join his family on the condition that he make himself available for further interrogation.

Maki takes a job at a small company that gives tourists hour-long joy rides on a Cessna. It’s not like piloting fighter jets. But the steady hours mean he gets more time to be near his son. On his first day a strange woman in black, Sara, signs up for a ride and holds Maki at gunpoint, ordering him to fly far off his usual course. The mysterious hijacker takes him to a secret military base where Maki is quarantined in a huge concrete reinforced bunker. His demands to know why are met with stoic silence. Finally, once Maki is securely locked into the bunker’s basement under guard and unable to escape, he is told the answer.

Maki was not the first to mysteriously survive a deadly crash with a mysterious UFO. Only a week earlier another soldier experienced the very same thing. But in the case of the previous soldier, after the crash his body began to undergo bizarre changes. He grew in size and strength, eventually mutating into a huge and terrifically powerful monster. The monster escaped from the base and is now on the loose in the Japanese countryside. Maki is now in the custody of an ultra clandestine wing of the Self Defense Forces. They have captured Maki for two reasons. First, although he shows no signs of the mutation the previous pilot suffered, they fear it’s only a matter of time. And they believe the mutated pilot is looking for Maki. In other words, they are using Maki as bait.

The first beast has been code named “The One.” “And what code name do you have for me?”

Maki shouts at the woman in black. Sara hesitates for a moment, then says quietly, “The Next.”

We learn that the other soldier was Sara’s fiancée and that Sara, a specialist in chemical weaponry, may be the one person who holds the key to his destruction.

The monster soon makes its appearance. But now it has grown even larger and more powerful than before. The reptilian alien beast towers nearly ten meters (30 feet) tall. Its massive snake-like tail can be used as a whip of incredible force and its sinister fangs are capable of tearing a human being to shreds. As predicted, the monster rips through the bunker’s solid concrete walls and heads straight for the door to the underground area in which Maki has been confined. As it begins to try and rip the heavy wrought iron door off of its hinges the JDSF Forces open fire on the beast.

The monster is momentarily distracted. In the fray the creature does not even notice that Maki is now forcing the heavy door open from the inside. The door bursts open. No human being could have done such a thing! Maki steps out and faces the gigantic monster. The monster turns with an almost gleeful expression on its hideous face. It will soon make a meal out of this pathetic creature.

But just then something begins to happen to Maki. His skin begins to take on a silver sheen. His muscles begin to expand. His eyes bulge out and form into an almost insect-like shape. Soon even his physical size starts to increase. Within seconds Maki has completely transformed into a bizarre alien creature, as gigantic as the monster he faces. But this new alien is very different from the reptilian beast. It has a basically human shape, though its face looks something like the insect-eyed aliens of various UFO legends. On its chest is a glowing red V-shaped mark. The aliens face each other, ready for battle. Just then Sara fires upon the reptilian creature. It turns, ready to snuff out her tiny life. But the humanoid alien stops the reptilian. Soon they are struggling with each other, threatening to tear apart the entire bunker.

Though the reptilian creature is strong, the humanoid is stronger and seems to be taking the upper hand in the fight. But just then the glowing red mark on his chest begins to pulsate. The humanoid is running low on energy! The reptilian monster sees its chance. It’s too weak to defeat the humanoid. But it knows it can escape and recover for the next battle. The reptilian dashes off into the forest. The humanoid alien collapses. The alien begins to regain its human shape and soon Maki is in his usual form again.

The battle has weakened Maki considerably. There is no guarantee he will be able to regain his superhuman form again and defeat the monster. Nor is it known whether Maki himself might become a danger to humanity should the transformation take place once more.

Soon enough there are disturbing reports from the Shinjuku district in the heart of downtown Tokyo. A poisonous gas has been detected and the authorities suspect a terrorist threat. Maki knows better. The One has returned. Maki takes off in pursuit and Sara follows. They encounter a strange bedraggled figure in the subterranean waterways below the city. Sara recognizes him as Udo, her former lover. He pleads with her to tell him what has become of him. Sara, clutching a gun containing darts filled with a poison she has designed to kill him, wants to trust him. But she has seen too much already. In the previous battle, Udo in his monstrous form had tried to kill her. She fires. But the tears welling in her eyes cause her to miss. It’s just what the monster hoped for, he transforms back into the alien beast and captures Sara. Unbeknownst to him though, she has one dart left and fires it at point blank range into his heart. But instead of dying, the monster grows enraged and escapes again.

Absorbing the bodies of thousands of sewer rats, The monster known as The One becomes even larger and more powerful. He emerges into the open, towering above even Tokyo’s mightiest skyscrapers! Maki transforms into his alien shape and the two do battle, threatening to crush the city to dust under their massive feet.

Can Maki destroy The One while still keeping his human heart and soul? Or will the beast prevail?

Cast Bios:

Name: Tetsuya Bessho
Character Name: Shunichi Maki (Ultraman: The Next)

Born in Shizuoka Japan August 31, 1965, Bessho’s hobbies include singing, piano and studying English. In 1992 he won the Japanese Academy Award for best actor in the category of new comer. His stage appearances include the Japanese productions of Les Miserables (2003) and You’re In Town (2004).

Name: Kenya Osumi
Character Name: Takafumi Udo (The One)

Like Bessho, Osumi was also born in Shizuoka on October 26, 1965. An accomplished stage actor, he has appeared in the Japanese productions of Snoopy!! The Musical (2001) and Saturday Night Fever (2003). He is an avid skier.

Name: Kyoko Toyama
Character Name: Sara Mizuhara (Udo’s fiancée, the mysterious woman in black)

Born in Tokyo on May 16, 1975, Ms. Toyama won the Japanese Academy Award for Best Actress (New Comer) in 1994 and the Blue Ribbon Award for Best Actress that same year. As a comic actress she is well-known in Japan for her characters on the TV series Warau Inu no Seikatsu (Life of a Laughing Dog), the Japanese equivalent of Saturday Night Live. Her previous films include The Wedding Planner (2002) and Manhattan Love Story (2003).

Crew Bios:

Kiyoshi Suzuki, Producer

Kiyoshi Suzuki graduated in 1964 from Nihon Daigaku University's art college and entered Tsuburaya Productions the same year. He worked on the programs Ultra Q (1965) and Ultraman (1966) as an assistant cameraman and made his debut as director of photography in the latter half of the Ultraman television series. Later he worked for the Nihon Gendai Kikaku, Soeisha and Film Link companies as a director and producer. In 1988 he returned to Tsuburaya Productions where he currently works as a producer for the company's Production Department. His major production credits include the television series Ultraman (1966), Ultra Seven (1967) and Ultraman Taro (1974) on which he was director of photography, and the feature films Game King (1985), Love That Person (1987) and The Winners (1992) which he produced. He has also served as producer for all eight of the Ultraman feature films made since 1996.

Kazuya Konaka, Director

Born August 2, 1963. A member of Directors Guild of Japan. Kazuya got his first eight millimeter camera while he was still in elementary school and used it to make a his first amateur films. In 1985 he graduated from Rikkyo University, faculty of law. That same year, the after receiving investments from the movie theater "Bungeiza" in Tokyo's Ikebukuro district, he made his first film, "Hoshi Zora no Mukou no Kuni (The Land Beyond the Starry Sky)." The film made its debut as Bungeiza Le Pilier's New Year's film in 1986 (traditionally Japan's biggest season for movie openings) and was a record breaking hit. In 1992, along with his wife Akiko and his brother Chiaki, a well-known screenplay writer, Kazuya formed his own company called Koguma Kyodaisha. Along with the Pony Canyon and Takara, Koguma Kyodaisha produced the film "Kuma-chan (Little Bear)." Beginning in 1997 with the film "Ultraman Zearth 2," Kazuya began a long association with the Ultraman film and television series, directing several installments both for TV and theatrical release. In 2003 he made his debut as a director of animation, directing the animated TV series "Astro Boy."

Yuichi Kikuchi, Special Effects Director

Born in Iwate Prefecture, Japan, in 1970, Kikuchi graduated from the Tokyo ShashinSenmon Gakko (now Tokyo Visual Arts), with a degree in film and film art direction. Shortly after graduating Kikuchi became a freelance director.After working on several TV and movie productions, he joined Tsuburaya Productions and entered the world of special effects cinema. His special effects film debut was the theatrical feature Ultraman Zearth. From then on Kikuchi's association with special effects continued. He worked on the television series Ultraman Tiga as well as its follow up shows Ultraman Dyna and Ultraman Gaia. He also participated in the creation of the feature film "Ultraman Tiga and Ultraman Dyna," as well as the movies "Gamera 3: Return of Iris" and "White Out," two of Japan's most talked about special effects oriented films. It was through this work that he ended up at Toho company working on the film "Godzilla Vs. Megaguirus" as well as the following two Godzilla films. In 2002, Kikuchi was selected to direct the special effects for the film "Godzilla Against Mecha Godzilla," making his debut as a special effects director in one of the world's most prestigious film series. Since then he has worked on the Sunrise company's full CGI series "SD Gundam Force." Then he was once again called by his old employers, Tsuburaya Productions, to direct special effects on their 2005 release "Ultraman: The Next."

Tak Matsumoto/ Composer “Theme from Ultraman” and “Never Goodbye”

Tak Matsumoto is known to millions all across Asia as the leader of the Japanese hard rock group B’z. Born in Osaka on March 27, 1961, Matsumoto founded B’z in 1988 with vocalist Koshi Inaba. Together the duo has racked up numerous chart hits throughout Asia. Matsumoto’s skills as a guitarist led him to become one of only five guitar players to be licensed by Gibson Guitars for a signature model version of their classic Les Paul guitar. The other artists were Jimmy Page (Led Zeppelin), Slash (Guns ‘n’ Roses), Joe Perry (Aerosmith) and Ace Frehley (Kiss). Good company, indeed! He recently put together the Tak Matsumoto Group featuring Eric Martin of Mr. Big on vocals and Jack Blades of Damn Yankees on bass. You’ll hear the group performing their hit song Never Goodbye over the closing credits of Ultraman: The Next.


Ultraman, mysterious gigantic being from deep space, his origins unidentified, his intentions unknown, his powers seemingly unlimited. Unlike most American superheroes, Ultraman stands a towering 40 meters (120 feet) tall and does battle with massive monsters often even bigger than he is! Yet Ultraman has one fatal flaw. He can exist in Earth’s atmosphere for only three minutes at a time. In order to survive for long periods on Earth he must borrow the body of a human host and exist in a strange symbiosis of man and alien.

What is Ultraman? Where does he come from? What is his true identity? What is his purpose here on Earth?

Ultraman was created in 1966 by Eiji Tsuburaya, the special effects director of the classic Godzilla films of the 1950’s and 60’s. Ultraman became an unprecedented hit on Japanese television spawning fourteen sequel TV series and a string of hit theatrical features over the course of its four decade history. Ultraman has been seen all over the world and remains one of the top selling hero characters throughout Asia.

The Ultraman Land theme park attracts customers from around the world and Ultraman restaurants have opened both in Japan and in Hong Kong. Ultraman is a licensing bonanza with hundreds of character goods available from toys and action figures for the kids all the way to grown-up items like automobile accessories and gold club covers.

Unlike the more juvenile oriented films that came before, Ultraman: The Next takes a grittier, more realistic look at Ultraman, bringing him out of the world of fantasy and into our own world.

Ultraman: History

July 17, 1966
ULTRAMAN debuts, the first in a nearly forty year run of programs featuring ULTRAMAN and the other Ultra Heroes. October 1, 1967ULTRA SEVEN debuts. Unlike the American custom of continuing a successful show for many seasons, the Japanese prefer to launch sequels to popular TV programs, slightly altering the format and adding new characters. Ultra Seven is the first of the sequels to Ultraman.

July 22, 1967
ULTRAMAN: THE MOTION PICTURE debuts, the first in a long series of Ultraman theatrical features.

Autumn 1967
ULTRAMAN debuts on US television. United Artists snapped up the syndication rights to the show even before it had finished its Japanese network run. Ultraman continued to play in syndication in America until the mid-1980’s!

April 2, 1971
THE RETURN OF ULTRAMAN debuts on Japan’s TBS network. After a brief hiatus, this series begins an uninterrupted decade long series of new Ultraman TV shows including Ultraman Ace, Ultraman Taro and Ultraman 80.

April 4, 1979
THE ULTRAMAN debuts. This is the very first all animated Ultraman series.

December 24, 1986
THE ULTRAMAN KIDS make their TV debut, an animated series aimed at the younger set.

Autumn, 1987
ULTRAMAN: THE ADVENTURE BEGINS debuts on US television. This collaboration between Tsuburaya Productions and Hanna-Barbera marked the first Ultraman program to be co-produced in America.

September 25, 1990
ULTRAMAN: TOWARDS THE FUTURE debuts in America. This 13 episode mini-series was filmed entirely on location in Australia with an international cast.

March 9, 1996
ULTRAMAN ZEARTH debuts theatrically. After a hiatus, Ultraman returns to Japan’s motion picture screens. Since 1996, a new Ultraman theatrical feature has been released every year.

September 7, 1996
ULTRAMAN TIGA debuts on Japan’s MBS network. This series marked a new beginning to the Ultraman saga featuring updated special effects and a whole new take on the familiar Ultraman mythology. A new series followed nearly every year including Ultraman Gaia, Ultraman Cosmos and Ultraman Nexus.

December, 2004
ULTRAMAN: THE NEXT hits the theater screens across Japan!

See Also: The First Trailer From Koichi Sakamoto‘s Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends - The Movie / Mill Creek Entertainment To Release The Complete Ultraman Series On DVD / Hey Kids! It's Ultraman......Sorta / Behind The Scenes Photos From Norman England's It's All Good / Mothra X MechaGodzilla: Revenge Of The Black Hole Aliens / You Really Haven't Lived Until You Have Seen The Japanese Spider-Man TV Show / DEX Wins The Thai Rights To Ultraman Max And Ultraman Mebius / Pusan International Film Festival Focuses On Asian Super Heroes / Ultraman To Appear At This Years Japanese Film Festival In Kuala Lumpur / Ultraman Showcase 2008 - Ultraman Comes To Malaysia / Ultraman Cosmos vs. Ultraman Justice: The Final Battle (2003) / Hitomi Muto Talks About Her Grandfather Eiji Tsuburaya / Ultraman: Towards the Future (1990) / Ultraman Becomes A Permanent Resident Of The Fukushima Airport / Courts Rule That Sompote Saengduenchai Did Not Co-Create Ultraman / Bandai Aquires A Large Portion Of Tsuburaya Productions / Ultra Galaxy: Dai Kaiju Batoru (2007-2008) / Ultraman Exhibit At The Roppongi Hills Mori Arts Center / Ultraman Turns 41 /Eight Versions Of Ultraman Hit The Big Screen In 2008

Exclusive Pics From Transmorphers: Fall Of Man

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Sources: Paul Bales / Avery Guerra

I know most of you out there just can't wait to see "Transformers 2", but I really don't have any interest in seeing the movie. I thought the first one was awful, and from what I'm reading online, the sequel sounds like more of the same Micheal Bay crap.

I know, I'm in the minority here.

Well, if you are part of the small group that I belong to, or you just really love giant robot flicks, there is an alternative to the main-stream "Transformers" CGI cluster f**k out there. The Asylum is releasing their own giant transforming robot film, called "Transmorphers: Fall of Man".

I know what your thinking, "Transmorphers?, oh please". True, the name does make you think that this is just a cheap rip-off film, and the fact that it features transforming robots just about seals the deal, but the plot is very different from "Transformers."

Yes, "Transformers" has a plot, something I hear "Transformers 2" is in short supply of.

The film follows the story of a group of freedom fighters who try to stop the invasion of Earth by a bunch of alien robots.

The film will be released on DVD on June 30th and it can be ordered through (See Below)

Paul Bales from The Asylum was kind enough to send us over a couple of photos from "Transmorphers: Fall of Man":

Robert Beaucage Puts New Spin On Beauty And The Beast In Spike

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Sources: Spike Official Website / Avery Guerra

Throughout the history of monster films and literature there has been one constant, the monster always falls in love with some beautiful girl. Indeed the "Beauty and the Beast" scenario has been played out on the movie screen zillions of times in such films as, "King Kong", "The Phantom of the Opera" and "Creature From The Black Lagoon." If we wanted to, we could spend the rest of the day discussing the psychological reason behind this attraction between woman and monster and how they relate to society, but this is an article about a movie not a thesis.

I think we all pretty much get it.

Director Robert Beaucage has once again tapped into this timeless formula for his latest film entitled "Spike." Indeed the film is yet another monster with human passions tale, but this time Beaucage has added elements of classic fairy tales to put his own unique spin on it, leaving the audience wondering what exactly is real and what is imagined.

Sarah Livingston Evans plays the damsel in "Spike" alongside Jared Edwards, Anna-Marie Wayne and Nancy P. Corbo.

Let's not forget the monster, which looks like something out of the "X-Files", it is played by Edward Gusts.

Here's a note from the director and a synopsis of the story from "Spike":

Dreams, fantasy, and mythology have fascinated me since my early childhood. From the exploits of Theseus, Perseus, and Odysseus to the works of C.S. Lewis and Lewis Carroll; from my own vivid childhood dreams rife with werewolves, witches, and dragons to the writings of Joseph Campbell and James Frazer, I have viewed fantasy and fairy tales as vital tools to understanding life.

With Spike I have set out to tell a fantasy story exploring dark and dangerous possibilities of a condition we have all experienced in one way or another: romantic love. Why do we love? What causes us to love particular individuals? What is love? Can we control it, or does it control us?

Most movies take love for granted. The phrase "love conquers all" dates back over two thousand years to Virgil -- and was probably considered cliché a few weeks later! Parsing the expression, focusing on the definition of "conquer", i.e., to overcome or control by force, evokes a different connotation for love than most of us usually consider. But who among us has never had the feeling of love -- as intangible as dreams, fantasy, and mythology -- seize, subjugate, and vanquish us? Love can tyrannize, and that aspect informs and pervades the story of Spike.

In a woodland location crepuscular and foreign, "The Girl" and her three friends stand stranded in a habitat not too dissimilar to that found in many a nursery rhyme. Like the content of such morality poems, this prelapsarian area has its own monster, the same beast that forced their car off-road. Yet far from being a monster from the Id, "Spike" originates from a more corporeal realm: The Girl's suburban childhood.

Avery Guerra informs me that the film is presently screening across the country, but I haven't been able to find any dates or locations listed. Stay tuned.


Actress Profile: Sarah Virginia Brock

Written By: Ken Hulsey / Sarah Virginia Brock

There are lots of up and coming "Scream Queens" out there and here at Monster Island News we try to provide exposure for actresses who may not be known to 'main-stream' audiences.

Such is the case with Louisiana native Sarah Virginia Brock, an up and comer with classic features and a resume of film roles that have been steadily increasing since 2006.

Here is Sarah's bio:

Sarah Virginia Brock began acting at the age of 16 when she auditioned for the old school Nickelodeon TV show, ALL THAT. She got a call back and after that, she starting going on more auditions. At the age of 19, she finally got something, a role as an extra in the indie film, LOUNGE ACT. Hey, it's a start!

Later that year, Sarah got the lead female role in the indie film PRETTY VACANTS. During filming, Sarah was involved in a scene where they used real knives and she was stabbed in the leg and had to get three stitches. No worries, they paid for the medical bills and she went back to work on the film the next week!

Sarah has been doing movies ever since then. In fact, just last year, Sarah branched out and started doing modeling. She's now featured on several different websites and a calendar!

On January 31st, Sarah married the love of her life, Sean DeArmond. They hope to have a daughter in a few years.

Sarah is not only acting in films and modeling, but she's also doing horror reviews with Sean on!

Sarah was just featured in the documentary WELCOME TO MY DARKSIDE! WOMEN IN HORROR DOCUMENTARY and in the book QUEENS OF SCREAM: THE NEW BLOOD. She's been gaining status as a scream queen and hopes to keep doing films, modeling, and horror reviews as well as branching out into other areas in the entertainment industry as well as serving her Lord and Savior through her acting!

It's not often that you find a Christian horror actress. I, myself, being a Christian, think that it is refreshing to see someone of strong faith in the industry.

I expect that we will be seeing a lot more Sarah here at MIN in the future!

Here are some more photos of Sarah for you all to drool over:

Monster Mash 06/26/09

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Sources: Avery Guerra / Various

When you are writer with you own blog or website, you sometimes get inundated with tons of info on new films and other forms of media. Sometimes the pile can get kinda high and it can be hard to sort through and let's be realistic, there just isn't time to write about everything. This fact has been troubling me for some time. There are tons of cool things that I have had to pass over due to time.

Well, I think that I have figured out a solution. Today I am launching a new Friday feature called "Monster Mash." Essentially it will serve as a collection of stories from other sources that I just couldn't get a chance to write about myself.

Here we go.......

Haunted House The Movie

Here is a pretty interesting looking indie horror movie about eleven employees of Hellsgate, a popular Haunted House, who went missing in 1992.

"This is the real story of the last person to see them."

Check out:


My buddy Avery has been so excited about this new giant monster related anime for some time and I don't blame him, it looks pretty amazing.

Here is the synopsis:

"A huge monster shows up on the top of a building of an ordinary city, prompting the Defense Forces to go into action and causing something of an uproar in the citizens of the city. Yuki, a brave-hearted and naturally inquisitive girl, happens to know a secret: her friend Tetsu has been keeping and raising a strange creature called Cenco. When a mysterious boy appears who has control over the huge monster threatening the town, an unexpected battle between the creatures begins. But what are each of the combatants fighting for? Who are they really? And by getting involved in the battle, what fate will Yuki bring down upon herself?"

Robert Hood over at Undead Backbrain has been all over this one:


Here is an interesting comic book about a crime-fighting dinosaur that's being made into a movie.

i09 has the details:

Attack of the 50ft Ghoul Girl

We here at Monster Island News love low-budget cinema, and this is about as low-budget as it gets. The film is called "Attack of the 50ft Ghoul Girl" and it was made by Brian Nichols with his own daughter playing the part of the monster filmed against cardboard sets in their backyard.

The film is set to debut this weekend at Monster Bash in Butler PA.

Undead Backbrain has been following this one for some time:

Look for more cool stuff in next week's "Monster Mash" posting!

The First Trailer From Koichi Sakamoto‘s Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends - The Movie

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Sources: Nippon Cinema / Avery Guerra

Tsuburaya is teaming up Warner Bros for the release of the 38th instalment of the Japanese superhero franchise "Ultraman." The film, entitled "Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends - The Movie", is a major step above past efforts, with state of the art CGI effects and a story that incorporates the past incarnations of "Ultraman" for a battle royal.

Just listen to this synopsis:

The evil Ultraman Belial was imprisoned by the Ultraman King tens of thousands of years ago. When he finally escapes, he attempts to use the Giga-Battlenizer to control 100 giant monsters and conquer the galaxy. On the Ultraman homeworld, where there is no 3-minute time restriction, a team of 50 Ultramen including Ultraman, Ultra Seven, and Ultraman Mebius among many others mobilize to put a stop to Ultraman Belial’s plans and face off against his monsters.

The first trailer for the film has just been released and it looks pretty bad-ass. Kinda looks like "Ultraman" meets "Star Wars."

100 giant monsters battling a team of 50 Ultramen......oh hell yes!

Warner Bros will releasing the film in Japan on December 12th. No word yet if there are any plans to release here in America.

Check out the official website:

See Also: Mill Creek Entertainment To Release The Complete Ultraman Series On DVD / Hey Kids! It's Ultraman......Sorta / Behind The Scenes Photos From Norman England's It's All Good / Mothra X MechaGodzilla: Revenge Of The Black Hole Aliens / You Really Haven't Lived Until You Have Seen The Japanese Spider-Man TV Show / DEX Wins The Thai Rights To Ultraman Max And Ultraman Mebius / Pusan International Film Festival Focuses On Asian Super Heroes / Ultraman To Appear At This Years Japanese Film Festival In Kuala Lumpur / Ultraman Showcase 2008 - Ultraman Comes To Malaysia / Ultraman Cosmos vs. Ultraman Justice: The Final Battle (2003) / Hitomi Muto Talks About Her Grandfather Eiji Tsuburaya / Ultraman: Towards the Future (1990) / Ultraman Becomes A Permanent Resident Of The Fukushima Airport / Courts Rule That Sompote Saengduenchai Did Not Co-Create Ultraman / Bandai Aquires A Large Portion Of Tsuburaya Productions / Ultra Galaxy: Dai Kaiju Batoru (2007-2008) / Ultraman Exhibit At The Roppongi Hills Mori Arts Center / Ultraman Turns 41 /Eight Versions Of Ultraman Hit The Big Screen In 2008

It's Giant Korean Pigs Run Amok In Chaw

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Sources: Dread Central / Avery Guerra

For a couple weeks now I have been hinting at a couple of films that feature giant killer pigs, and now I've finally gotten a chance to write about one of them.

Over the past decade film makers in Korea have really begun to make some first class horror and monster films. Westerners first started to take notice with the 1999 release of "The Ring Virus", which is a remake of the Japanese horror film "Ringu," which you probably know from the American remake, "The Ring." Many critics view the Korean version as the best of the bunch. Then, of course, there is Bong Joon-ho's giant monster film, "The Host", which again was praised by critics and fans alike. The Korean giant monster film, "D-War", didn't gain as much praise, but it did feature state of the art effects and it was a huge box office success in Asian countries.

Now there is yet another film from Korea that is starting to get some attention called "Chaw." The film features another giant monster, this time a wild hog, on a murderous rampage. The effects, once again, look very impressive, and from the trailer I gather that the film could be on the same level as "The Host", but it's hard to get a true feel from just seeing a few images.

Here's the film's synopsis:

One day in the small, peaceful village of Sameri, boasting no criminal cases for 10 years, a terrible accident happens. Ecologists studying wild animals on a nearby mountain discover a collection of dismembered body parts. Policeman Kim Kang-su, just transferred to Sameri from Seoul, takes the case. The victim turns out to be a grand-daughter of Chun Il-man, who was once a legendary hunter. Chun is convinced that it wasn’t a human that murdered his granddaughter but a man-eating boar, Chaw. Terrified, the people of Sameri invite one of the most famous hunters, Baek, to catch the Chaw. Baek leaps at the chance, hoping it will prove himself to be the best ever hunter. Baek, Chun, detective Sim in charge of the case, ecologist Soo-ryun and Kim (whose mother is also missing) head into the deep dark mountains to confront the beast.

The Death Of An American Icon - Farrah Fawcett - 1947-2009

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Sources: Various

I just couldn't let the death of Farrah Fawcett pass without writing something. I don't want to talk about her battle with cancer, or her troubled son, I want to talk about her importance as an American icon.

The above image of Farrah probably stands as the most iconic image of the 1970s. That smile, was everywhere in the seventies. Now, many of you probably aren't as old as I am, and the decade that I'm referring to was most likely before your time. Yet, I'm certain that you have seen this image.

You may not understand, but Farrah Fawcett was a phenomena, she was beyond hot, she was the 70s premiere sex symbol. Farrah was a marketing man's dream come true. There were Farrah dolls, Farrah posters, Farrah magazines, Farrah t-shirts and even a little faucet shaped charm called "Farrah's Fawcett" or something like that.

Farrah was almost as big as "Star Wars."

To call the actress a sex symbol in some ways is not a true representation of the person she truly was. Granted she fit the bill, and Hollywood did everything it could to turn her into another Marilyn Monroe, but it was evident that she was never content to let her natural beauty rule her career. Farrah always wanted to show everyone that she was a serious actress, not just eye-candy.

The first time I ever saw Farrah was in the sci fi classic "Logan's Run." In the film, she played the 'typical' pretty dumb blond. Her career, however, was already well established by that point. She had been a quest star on several top-rated TV series including "I Dream of Jeannie", "The Flying Nun" and "The Partridge Family." It was her role as Jill Munroe on the popular drama series "Charlie's Angeles" that shot the young actress into super-stardom.

Farrah quickly tried to shake free of the massive popularity and sex symbol status, quitting "Charlie's Angels" after just 29 episodes. For the remainder of her career, the actress was drawn to very serious and dramatic roles, and her talents as an actress drew much deserving praise.

Undoubtedly if the actress had remained on "Angels" and followed the path that Hollywood so eagerly wanted her to follow, she would have become the next Monroe.

I think that is truly inspiring that she didn't follow the easy path, and yet chose to take the less attractive roles to prove that she was more than just hair and a smile.

So now, I sit here writing this in a time when the actress has passed wondering if her classic image yet doesn't have value unto itself. That All-American smile pretty much summed up the seventies in one punch. It was a much simpler time then and Farrah will always be that decades shining beacon.

We will miss you and never forget you.

The New Harry Potter Makes Its North American Premiere July 9th

Source: Warner Bros

WHAT: North American Premiere of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

WHEN: Thursday, July 9, 2009
Crew Arrivals: 4:45 pm
Celebrity Arrivals: 6:00 pm
Screening: 7:00 pm

WHERE: Ziegfeld Theatre
141 West 54th Street
New York, NY 10019

WHO: From the film: Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma Watson, Bonnie Wright, Tom Felton, director David Yates and producers David Heyman and David Barron. Other celebrity guests to be announced shortly.

In "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince," the Death Eaters are wreaking havoc in both the Muggle and wizarding worlds and Hogwarts is no longer the safe haven it once was. Harry suspects that new dangers may lie within the castle, but Dumbledore is more intent upon preparing him for the final battle that he knows is fast approaching. He needs Harry to help him uncover a vital key to unlocking Voldemort's defenses--critical information known only to Hogwarts' former Potions Professor, Horace Slughorn. Meanwhile, the students are under attack from a very different adversary as teenage hormones rage across the ramparts. As romance blossoms, one student remains aloof with far more important matters on his mind. He is determined to make his mark, albeit a dark one. Love is in the air, but tragedy lies ahead and Hogwarts may never be the same again.

Warner Bros. Pictures presents a Heyday Films production, "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince." The film stars Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma Watson, Jim Broadbent, Helena Bonham Carter, Robbie Coltrane, Michael Gambon, Alan Rickman, Maggie Smith, Julie Waters, Tom Felton and Bonnie Wright. David Yates directed the film from a screenplay by Steve Kloves, based on the novel by J.K. Rowling. "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" is produced by David Heyman and David Barron, with Lionel Wigram serving as executive producer.

See Also: The Night Harry Potter Made London Stand Still / Potter Star Radcliffe Shows A Different Side In Details Magazine Interview / Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Release Pushed Back Until The Summer Of 2009 /Sex And Drugs In The New Harry Potter Movie!?

Are There Four Monsters In Deep Sea Monster Raiga?

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Sources: Deep Sea Monster Raiga Website / Avery Guerra

So far we have only seen the image of one monster from director Shinpei Hayashiya's latest film, "Deep Sea Monster Raiga" , but in a blog post yesterday the film maker revealed that there are actually four monsters in the film. The above image, which was posted along with the blog article shows two of the monsters face to face.

This should come as no surprise to readers of Monster Island News, remember this except from an article I posted last December?:

...... Global Warming is the catalyst for unleashing giant monsters on Japan. The melting of the southern polar ice causes a disruption in Earth's ecosystem that causes the migration of the monsters to the island nation.

The largest of the sea monsters is a beast called "Raiga", which unleashes it's "Inconvenient Truth" on Tokyo just like Godzilla, Gamera, Mothra and Rodan have numerous times.

Don't feel bad if you didn't, I actually had to go back and double check it myself.

So far the images and trailer from the film made it look like there was only one Raiga monster, when what we were really seeing was several different monsters shown separately.

It's good to actually see the monster getting some press instead of the singing trio of Enosawa Manami, Urata Mao and Oriyama Miyu.

I guess they would have to promote the monster from the film eventually. I was beginning to think that "Deep Sea Monster Raiga" was the kaiju version of "Xanadu."

Maybe it still is?

See Also: The First Music Single From Deep Sea Monster Raiga To Be Released June 27th / New Deep Sea Monster Raiga Photos And PR Events / The New Trailer And Photos For Deep Sea Monster Raiga / Deep Sea Monster Raiga - A Tale Of Toys And Teeth / New Photos From The Set Of Deep Sea Monster Raiga / The First Trailer For Deep Sea Monster Raiga

Why The Funny Face? Behind The Scenes With Shannon McDonough

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Source: Shannon McDonough

Just about everyone has had dreams of becoming an actor. A desire to leave their hard working lives to bask in "the good life", "the easy life." How hard could it be right? Well as actress, Shannon McDonough can attest, it can sometimes be very hard and uncomfortable, and sometimes very very cold.

Shannon was kind enough to let us into her world to get an idea just what it was like to be on the set of two of her latest films.

Now, I'm not trying to say that acting in a movie is anything like digging a ditch for living, but being on a film set can have its hard moments to. For example, try remembering your lines while being tied to a chair in a freezing cold room, such was the case on the set of "Thieves Like Us."

Shannon tells us a little about the film, "Thieves is about 2- well -thieves, Toby and Mark. Mark is a plumber by day, scoping out houses for them to rob later and then sell the stolen merchandise on a website. Just as Toby is about to go straight and marry his long time girlfriend, Lindsey, Mark gets kidnapped and Toby is blackmailed into one last heist. Lindsey discovers Toby's secret and follows him to the job to try to stop him. They're both caught, held hostage and awesome fight scenes and comedy ensues :)"

Okay, so being tied up in a cold house doesn't sound to bad, well try being a dead body in a cold pool. Your body can adjust to the temperature of the water if you move around, but if your playing a corpse, you don't really a chance to move around much.

Here Shannon tells us about "Death Perception" and how she ended up an aqua-stiff.

"Death Perception was a short I did for the 48 Hour Film Festival which was shot in 3D. As far as I was told, no one else in the Twin Cities has ever filmed in 3D before, so that was pretty rockin'. It was a detective murder mystery in which I played a "lady of the night", showgirl Honey B. Devine. My fellow showgirls are turning up dead and she's next. The short included a shot of me, face down, dead in a VERY cold swimming pool. We made it into the "Best Of Minneapolis 2009" for the Festival, now to see how it does on it's festival circuit...."

Shannon was also kind enough to tell us about her part in Christopher Mihm's latest film "Destination: Outer Space', complete with spoilers!

"I recorded my lines for the next Saint Euphoria feature: Destination: Outer Space! Julie Ann passes away before Professor Jackson builds a spaceship for their son. He misses her so much that he makes her voice the voice of the ship."

Sometimes being a young actress isn't all wine and roses, sometimes it's voice-overs, rope and cold swimming pools.

See Also: So Do You Want To Be An Associate Producer? Plus Other Stuff Happening Around Phantom Lake / Shannon McDonough Talks About....Shannon McDonough


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