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    Source: The Asylum Special Thanks to Avery Guerra Photo courtesy of The Asylum. ©2021 Asylum, All Rights Reserved.   APE VS. MONSTER, The Asylum's homage to GODZILLA VS. KONG, will be released theatrically and on VOD this Friday, April 30th. The studio promises "An epic kaiju showdown in the verin of RAMPAGE and PACIFIC RIM!"   SYNOPSIS An ape, lost in space, crash-lands back to Earth. The vessel oozes a sludge that triggers massive growth in both the ape as well as a passing Gila Monster. Once the creatures reach titanic size their

    Source: MVD Entertainment Group Special Thanks to Clint Weiler On March 16, SRS Cinema and distributor MVD Entertainment present the independent monster movie KONGA TNT (2020) from director Brett Kelly (ATTACK OF THE JURASSIC SHARK). KONGA TNT is an experimental movie project made while in isolation due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Kelly took unused footage from previous movies and combined it with new footage shot by himself and actor/FX artist John Migliore along with writer Trevor Payer. After becoming injected with a formula derived from an alien ship, a lab gorilla escapes from

    Software providers are always looking for inspiration for new games. The continued incorporation of unique aspects in the gambling industry provides players with crucial options in the current industry. Since all developers are competing to stay relevant in a growing and expanding world, you will find games inspired by various things such as history, myths, nostalgia, and pop culture such as Science Fiction films. Most games inspired by pop culture, whether it’s an artist or a movie, tap into the already established sense of loyalty that fans have. For instance, when it comes to

    If not the most popular among other gaming industries, the Japanese industry has grown and impacted the world in different ways possible. A lot of people are fans of Japanese anime and cartoon video games from the early 60s till today. The amount of innovation the Japanese gaming industry has contributed to the world is unmeasurable. Starting from the time of Nintendo, Sega, Sony Computer Entertainment, Konami, and Capcom, they have boosted the world gaming system to another level. According to our expert Daniel Bennet here, the Japanese gaming industry has continued to dominate the

    From Legendary Television & Inspired By Legendary’s SKULL ISLAND and Square Enix’s Iconic Video Game Franchise Source: Netflix press release, Legendary Special Thanks to Sarah Jarvis Netflix and Legendary Television announce two new anime series, the first based on Legendary’s SKULL ISLAND and the second on Square Enix’s Tomb Raider global franchise. Netflix and Legendary Television are also currently in production on the previously announced anime series PACIFIC RIM: THE BLACK. SKULL ISLAND Logline: A new chapter in Legendary’s Monsterverse franchise, SKULL ISLAND is a thrilling animated adventure series

    Source: Sony Pictures Entertainment, Toho-Towa Co., Ltd. Official Movie Site: monsterhunter.movie (US), monsterhunter-movie.jp (Japan) Sony Pictures’ MONSTER HUNTER is now playing in theaters worldwide. The fantasy action movie is written and directed by Paul W.S. Anderson (RESIDENT EVIL film series) and based on the global video game series phenomenon MONSTER HUNTER (モンスターハンター, Monsutā Hantā) by Capcom. Behind our world, there is another: a world of dangerous and powerful monsters that rule their domain with deadly ferocity. When an unexpected sandstorm transports Captain Artemis (Milla Jovovich) and her unit (TI Harris,

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    The mainstream press has largely ignored Japanese tokusatsu (special effects) films, and when the genre has been covered by American news outlets and television the results were often inaccurate and condescending. On the other hand, there have been some excellent fan publications and websites devoted to these films, but Japanese studios have been extremely reluctant to deal with fan groups due to concerns over copyright infringement issues (some fans advocate and promote activities such as video bootlegging and unlicensed downloading). With no direct access to studio news and photos, fan reporting has often been forced to rely on secondhand info and rumors.

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