Well, we are back to present another classic that will have you screaming for more with the personal bio for this week. This one covers a musical composer who arguably became another figurehead in those legendary studios of TOHO. I present Akira ifukube. Just to remind everyone once again, all pictures belong to their respected owners listed below the pictures and the links that will be provided are amazon links that give me a small percentage in commission.
We are back with another personal bio for the week with us going into this new topic about Elizabeth Olsen
For those of you who haven’t been into the blogs up till this point, here is a recap. Typically, once a month, we talk about a specific person who made an impact on the industry. from directors to special effects designers we do them all here at classic giant monsters, The best place for your giant monster content.
Well, this is one of those personal bios that needed to be sent out for a long time. Here we talk about one man who redefined the meaning of a Godzilla movie in the USA by working out the most important aspects of such an amazing character. As are the usual rules here. All links provided are part of the program of amazon I am an affiliate to and all pictures presented below the respected owners listed.
Well here is another personal bio for the month as we close in on 100 blog posts We are going to be looking into the story of someone who people could say, wasn’t the most enthused about their position with TOHO, but they did build up how we see monster movies as a whole. Not only that but we also get a deeper dive into the story of someone who might not have been a fan of what they were doing and their thoughts going into this. SO sit back and relax as we dive Kaoru Mabuchi
Now for this blog of a personal bio, we going into an era of Godzilla that was always my favorite as a kid. The 90’s era or Heisi as most of the community calls it. What I mean by this is, we are going to be looking at is a special effect director that has been an integral part of the 90’s era of TOHO film. so without further ado, here is the personal bio for the week. pictures were taken by
In today’s content, we are going to be talking about a man who played a ritual character that set the course for why we love kaiju movies with Akihiko Hirata leading the charge as the man who created the infamous Oxegen destroyer that would haunt a lot of peoples minds when they view this awe-inspiring movie. Just a reminder for those of you who are new all links provided will be down below and I am an amazon affiliate. Pictures are provided by the following. TOHO pictures
Well, How many of you are excited for the first personal bio of the year? Part of me is mainly for it being the first one of 2021 But to each their own. But this personal bio came to me as a conversation once about someone in the industry that wasn’t appreciated as much for their role as an actress in what they do. So the thought came back to me and now here we are with another personal bio for the month leading into the new year. pictures are provided by
Welcome back. This is another personal bio for the week on someone who I wouldn’t exactly call a regular in making Giant monster movies, the is one who has a few good ones under his belt as far as quality goes. But I will be introducing the man behind the pacific in Guillermo Del Toro. The king of the pacific. I am an Amazon affiliate. Pictures were taken by
This is one guy that is legendary throughout the whole kaiju universe. Though he isn’t just known in that role, I believe this is where he gained his start in his movie/TV career. So let’s get this personal bio started! Introducing the name of Raymond Burr! As per usual, I am an amazon affiliate
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Well, since it is that time of the month again let’s go over what this blog is. This is a blog where I would point out a person within the film industry that made an impact on the Giant monster movies we see. Now, this director isn’t my cup of tea(Check out my Godzilla 1998 for my reasons) But regardless, I will give the director his due mainly for his contribution to the film industry as a whole. “While” I am not the only one who has been at odds with this one. I placed him here because he has changed the way we would look at monster movies as a whole while reminding us of the old way the movies were portrayed. Pictures were taken by