The Dream Child continues the trend of being a direct sequel to the film before it. Will it continue the trend of being worse than the sequel before it?
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A Nightmare on Elm Street: The stuff from which nightmares are made! Why is this low budget 1984 slasher flick one of my favorite films of all time?
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How can you make a book about a trio of bloggers following around a guy who wants to be the Republican nominee for President interesting? Zombies, of course!
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In 1954, the decades-old monster film genre was transformed by radiation into a brand new thing: the Japanese daikaiju genre. This was started off by Gojira. Is the original article worthy of the title, or is it just the first in a long line of B-movies made for children?
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Special Effects Director Tsuburaya Eiji got through Gojira and wanted to make an entire television series about giant monsters. The result: Ultraman. What does the Super Kaiju Podcast team think about it?
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