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Sunday, April 14, 2013

G-FEST XX Movies

The G-FEST double double feature film festival will return this year at the Pickwick Theater with one pair in the afternoon and the second pair in the evening, as well as our regular Friday and Saturday night features. Additional movie details for G-FEST XX will be posted as they become available.

Also, join other G-Fans for the July 11th midnight premier of Guillermo del Toro’s kaiju epic Pacific Rim at the Pickwick Theater.

Godzilla X Megaguirus

The second Godzilla film in the Millennium series, Godzilla X Megaguirus saw the return of the infamous “super weapon,” the Dimension Tide, with hopes of finally defeating Godzilla. Directed by Masaaki Tezuka, his first of three Millennium entries, and a new powerful score by Michiru Oshima, providing possibly the best Godzilla theme since Ifukube’s original.
Day and time to be announced

The X From Outer Space

Weird is the best way to describe The X From Outer Space (Space Monster Guilala). It was released in 1967 by the Japanese film studio Shochiku in response to the popularity of Toho Studios’ Godzilla franchise. While The X From Outer Space comes up short in all departments compared to Toho’s giant monster films (special effects, story, score, and monster design), it still has a peculiar charm, and a cult following large enough to warrant a Criterion Collection video release!
Day and time to be announced

Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla

The 21st film in the series, 1994’s Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla was directed by Kensho Yamashita. This 6th Heisei film pitted Godzilla against an evil mutated version of himself – SpaceGodzilla, created from Godzilla and Biollante cells exposed to intense radiation from a black hole. While Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla cannot really compare to its excellent predecessor (Mechagodzilla II), it’s still a fun if uneven entry.
Day and time to be announced

Gamera vs. Gyaos

Released in 1967, Gamera vs. Gyaos was the third film in the Showa series and is one of its most popular featuring Gamera’s most infamous foe. Noriaki Yuasa returned as director and would stay on to helm the rest of the Gamera films through Super Monster. While Daiei Studios was beginning to have financial problems, obviously trimming its film’s budgets, it didn’t lessen Gamera’s popularity with children, who were clearly the target audience from here on out. Gamera vs. Gyaos would see Gamera transformed into earth’s savior, and a friend to all children.
Day and time to be announced

Gamera 3: Awakening of Iris

The final entry in Shusuke Kaneko’s Heisei Gamera trilogy, 1999’s Gamera 3: Awakening of Iris is considered by many fans to be not only the best Gamera film, but one of the greatest kaiju movies af all time. The dark, brooding story is more focused on the human drama and conflict, but when Gamera arrives it is with devastating effect. Special effects director Shinji Higuchi raised the bar above and beyond anything seen in a Toho Godzilla film. Come experience Gamera 3: Awakening of Iris on the big screen as it was meant to be seen!
Day and time to be announced
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