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Examines this misunderstood movie genre
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Now that the American/German team of Dean Devlin and Roland Emmerich have produced the worst Godzilla movie ever made, it's time to go back to the Japanese originals and all their scaly offspring to see how fantasy monsters should be done. Author Stuart Galbraith IV has compiled a list of virtually every rubber-suited monster movie ever made, along with dozens of bizarre fantasy and horror films, to produce the first complete compendium of Japan's most exported culture. The book is full of stills and promo posters, and most of the text comes straight from interviews with the cast and crew of the movies. It's especially interesting to see the extent to which the monster-movie makers were accepted by, and worked with, the general-audience and art film crowds. Monsters Are Attacking Tokyo is an in-depth look for the true giant-creature movie connoisseur. --James DiGiovanna
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