Top 10 Giant Movie Monsters


Keine Sorge, das Cloverfield-Viech ist nicht auf der Liste, dafür aber jede Menge Harryhausen und Godzilla. You don’t mess with atomic Breath. Yeah!

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  1. Der Roger

    Ich hatte schon im RSS Feedreader Angst, die ersten Zeilen zu lesen, um bloß nichts über das Cloverfield Monster zu erfahren, bevor ich es nachher im Kino bestaunen kann.

  2. Michael

    cool, es gibt noch neue Godzilla-Filme? Dachte immer da gibs nix neues seit den 1990er Jahren. Wo bekomm ich die her? ^^

  3. sinep

    ich liebe den avgn. ^^

    Ihr müsst ech mal seine meinung zu den Titeln der Game- und Filmfortsetzungen rein ziehen.

  4. derBene

    Oh no, the fyling battleshit xD

  5. Injecter

    Also ich find die gigantische Klaue und den Laserschnitt von Gamera ausserordentlich geil.

  6. BlueTreeArrangement

    Clovie steckt die alle in die Tasche! ;)

  7. Solidglobe

    Scheisse the flying claw is ja mal wohl der Shit! Weiss wer wo man an so alte Filme noch rankommt! Allein wegen dem “Battleship” vergleich muss ich ihn sehn!

  8. Sven

    The Giant Claw ist echt die Härte.
    Noch besser ist nur Reptilicus:

    “Here comes the green shit”

    “Oh no, not the green shit”

  9. NeXus

    Damn, no comennts needed!
    That was the funniest stuff I’ve ever seen!=)
    I’m a big monster-movie fan, but it’s really gineously cuted and sinhronized!!

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