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The impact of giant monsters



Is bigger better? Not always, but big monsters have always had an appeal and they always will. From dinosaurs to giant monkeys to mythological monsters and more film makers over the decades have found ways to make giant monsters with varying results. There has always been a fan base for these type of monsters. I remember seeing Godzilla, King Kong and others at a young age and then when the movie was over I’d find toys to pretend they were giant monsters and they’d smash Lego building and threaten plastic human figures. It was great, heck I might go and do that after I finish here. Anyways giant monsters have been both silly and terrifying, but there’s always something about a monster large enough to crush cars, trees and buildings. Although along with giant threats to mankind we do at times get giant protectors as well or wrestling foes for the evil giants. Large threats have certainly made their mark in films and with recent films of big beasties making some impact I expect we will see a few more of these type of films in the near future as well.




About markmc2012

I have watched far too many horror and sc-fi shows in my life. Now I feel the need to share this wealth of knowledge and make others suffer.

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