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Vintage Japanese Movie Monsters

The original Godzilla was created in 1954 and with it's success came an enormous amount of copycats and successors. 

Here are just a few with a link at the bottom to a massive collection of truly weird and somewhat creative creatures.

Not only is this dude extremely creepy looking, but slightly constipated. 

Sheborg is coming...RUN!

Written and directed by Daniel Armstrong and starring Daisy Masterman, Whitney Duff, and Emma-Louise Wilson, Sheborg tells of an alien fugitive that crash lands into a local puppy farm and begins turning people into mutated robot killing machines with a taste for puppy flesh. Say wha...

If you have been following this film which started back in 2015, it's finally coming true. Check out the trailer below. 

Looks like some cheesy sci-fi-fun.


The Predator Teaser is here!

Hell yeah! It's about time. I am seriously looking forward to this movie. Check out the teaser below. 

First look at Sci-Fi Horror Nightflyers by George R.R. Martin

The Nightflyers setting is about as far from Westeros as you can get. The original book is about a spaceship crew in search of aliens, who wind up in the middle of a deep-space bloodbath when the ship's AI computer turns on them. There are no GoT sprawling vistas or looming castles in the minute-long teaser—it's all tight, claustrophobic shots of unhappy astronauts and malfunctioning high-tech junk. 

But space setting or no, the show still seems to deliver on the one thing we've come to expect from anything George R.R. Martin-related: a ton of brutal murders.

Martin himself pops in during the clip to explain that the show is "a haunted house story on a starship" and "Psycho in space," but the thing seems more like Alien filtered through SyFy's other recent foray into prestige TV, The Expanse.

Check out the featurette below.