Destroy All Monsters Trailer!
Written By: Ken Hulsey
"The major cities of the world are being destroyed, one-by-one by the monsters: Moscow by Rodan, Peking by Mothra, London by Manda, Paris by Baragon. And, here's a special news bulletin. Godzilla is now in New York City. The city is being invaded by Godzilla!"
It looks like the world is in trouble once again folks as yet another alien race, this time it's those wacky living rocks known as the Kilaaks, have come to Earth to enslave us, steal our women or drink up all our precious water. Though they may speak softly and fly around in fancy spaceships these Kilaaks are truly bad to the bone and have taken control of all of our monsters and set them loose to ravage the globe. Of course in the end a group of hot shot rocket jocks and top scientists figure out how the silver hoodied aliens control the monsters and set Godzilla and his pals free beat the crap out of them.
Destroy All Monsters brought Ishirô Honda back as director and Akira Ifukube as the musical composer for the first time in three years. The previous two Godzilla movies, Godzilla vs. the Sea Monster, and Son of Godzilla, were directed by Jun Fukuda, while the score was composed by Masaru Sato. During this time period, producer Tomoyuki Tanaka wanted to see if another team was capable of directing kaiju movies. The installment after Destroy All Monsters, Godzilla's Revenge, would be Honda's last time directing the series until its last entry, Terror of Mechagodzilla (1975).
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