Brandon and Cullen cross the finish line of their Showa Era Godzilla marathon with help from esteemed Rondo Award winning author and Kaiju master AUGUST RAGONE!
Godzilla comes to the rescue when an alien race rebuilds Mechagodzilla to destroy Earth’s cities. A traitorous scientist gives them a second weapon: Titanosaurus.
August Ragone is a San Fransisco, Califronia native who has been an events promoter, author and Japanese film aficionado for over three decades. He first began his career as a teenager being the Japanese Film and Godzilla Expert for horror host Bob Wilkins on the KTVU TV station’s horror movie show case series
Synopsis: The fire-breathing “King of the Monsters” dukes it out with his mechanised duplicate.
Release date: March, 15 1975
Director: Ishirō Honda
Box office: 330 million JPY
Music by: Akira Ifukube
Screenplay: Yukiko Takayama
Produced By: Henry G. Saperstein, Tomoyuki Tanaka
"Great character development harkening back to Monster Zero. It takes itself seriously but not too seriously and is a good time at the movies!"August Ragone
"The model work was really awesome on it. It has Mechagodzilla so it had that advantage. There are some I liked more than this but it was really good."Cullen
"I was worried Jun Fukuda was going to outdo Ishiro Honda, but Honda absolutely redeems himself following All Monsters Attack. I really found the two Mechagodzilla films to compliment one another and I really loved this one."Brandon Peters