GMM: The Creeping Terror (1964)

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We argue about what constitutes a giant monster movie and discuss how narration makes the viewer lazy in our episode for the 1964 film The Creeping Terror.

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Time

02:20 History
08:19 Plot
11:51 Talking Points
25:55 Messages
29:53 Final Thoughts
31:36 Listener Feedback

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GMM: Dogora (1964)

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We talk Diamonds and Coal in this episode for the 1964 film Dogora. We remind ourselves that there is no bad writing, and no matter what you tell us Mark Jackson is a Diamond Thief. Also, BEES BEES BEES!

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Time

02:16 History
10:40 Plot
14:40 Talking Points
26:12 Messages
33:47 Final Thoughts
37:11 Listener Feedback

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GMM: Mothra vs Godzilla (1964)

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There is a train, but you can’t hear it, in our episode for the 1964 film Mothra vs Godzilla.  We discuss human trafficking vs kidnapping and ask is this is the best monster reveal in a monster movie. We also wonder if God plays no favorites.

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Time

01:27 History
15:03 Plot
18:32 Talking Points
35:50 Messages
43:34 Final Thoughts
45:35 Listener Feedback

References

Eiji Tsuburaya : Master of Monsters

Ishiro Honda: A Life in Film, from Godzilla to Kurosawa

Twins

Tsunami

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GMM: Atragon (1963)

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Taylor doesn’t know how to talk, Joshua answers our questions for a Theologian, and there is far too much History and Nationalism in our episode for the 1963 film Atragon.

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Time

01:24 History
15:31 Plot
18:58 Talking Points
31:01 Messages
39:05 Final Thoughts
43:54 Listener Feedback

References

Eiji Tsuburaya : Master of Monsters

Ishiro Honda: A Life in Film, from Godzilla to Kurosawa

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GMM: Mysterious Island (1961)

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We ask who the giant monster is in this adaptation of the Jules Verne story where survival isn’t enough anymore in our episode for the 1961 film Mysterious Island. Also, there are puns.

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Time

01:40 History
09:16 Plot
15:55 Talking Points
23:43 Messages
31:54 Final Thoughts
35:07 Listener Feedback

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GMM: Gorgo (1961)

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We discuss blacklisted writers, giant monster movies and the Hollow Earth theory, and we almost forget our favorite characters in this episode for the 1961 film Gorgo.

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Time

01:22 History
13:14 Plot
18:25 Talking Points
26:37 Messages
36:02 Final Thoughts
38:17 Listener Feedback

References

The making of Gorgo

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