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I'm pretty sure these are the "improved" Blu-Ray releases with the English dubs (and likely the original Japanese too) that were talked about back in 2009 when the restored Mothra was screened at Sony Pictures in CA. If these Godzilla Blus sell well, there's no reason we won't get those Mothra films and the original from Sony too.
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Now I'm getting conflicting information. Amazon lists the upcoming Sony releases as DVD and not Blu-Ray while Best Buy lists the releases as Blu-Ray - except for one - and Sony has no statement about releasing these in May. It's very confusing!
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Is it wrong that I am more excited for the toys than the movie itself?

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No, it's not wrong. We're gonna be getting a decent number of Japanese Godzilla toys through Neca and others as well as a huge 43-inch NeoGodzilla figure.
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Hey there, first time poster; but I come to you bearing good news:

 

http://www.toho-a-park.com/godzilla-60th/

 

Toho will be releasing the rest of the Godzilla movies on Blu-ray, July this year. Scroll down the page to see the coverart, etc. 

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And now Media Blasters redeems themselves by offering us Destroy All Monsters (I got the first edition) and Godzilla VS Megalon on Blu-Ray in July. No extras though, so anyone who has the DAM Blu should hold on to it for dear life.
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Hey there, first time poster; but I come to you bearing good news:

http://www.toho-a-park.com/godzilla-60th/

Toho will be releasing the rest of the Godzilla movies on Blu-ray, July this year. Scroll down the page to see the coverart, etc. 

I'm glad this is finally happening. So Toho is putting back in circulation (they went OOP late last year) in June the 13 Godzilla films they released on blu-ray a few years ago at a slightly lower price of 4,700yen and then in July. will release the remainder of the Godzilla series on blu-ray to capitalize on the US Godzilla movie which sees release in Japan that month. The downside of course - the HD masters will undoubtedly be from the now-dated WOW HD tv broadcast "remasters" like the first batch of blu-rays were. Those releases really were not very impressive visually in most cases (especially the 90's films). Also, it appears most of the extras used on the older dvd releases will be recycled for these Blu-rays, and in some instances, not all the old extra features (and audio track options including alt mixes, music only, etc) will be used.

No word about whether the other previously released on blu-ray Toho genre films like Rodan, Mothra, Atragon etc will go back in print or if any more still-missing titles like Varan and Frankenstein Conquers The World will finally see release this year.
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Amazon now has cover art up. These look very B-Movie-ish in design, very much like the Shout Factory Gamera and Mill Creek Gamera covers.
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Amazon now has cover art up. These look very B-Movie-ish in design, very much like the Shout Factory Gamera and Mill Creek Gamera covers.

They look pretty similar to the Harry Potter two packs that Walmart carries. I'll be moving them to disc sleeves anyway, so as long as they are separate discs I'll be fine with the mix and match two packs.

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I'll definitely do that if someone comes up with some good custom covers. I really hope these sell well and then Sony will release Godzilla 2000 on Blu-Ray. The Americanized version is the only Godzilla movie I ever saw in theatres as I didn't get to see the 98 film until it hit DVD.
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I don't see Godzilla Against MechaGodzilla in these upcoming releases on Amazon... GMK doesn't seem to be on there either.

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Nor are the first Godzilla Vs. Mothra or Godzilla 2000, the only ones I'm interested in getting the Blu-ray of.
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I'm thinking those might be in the second wave of discs that come when the new movie is released on home video.
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I don't see Godzilla Against MechaGodzilla in these upcoming releases on Amazon... GMK doesn't seem to be on there either.


From what I know, Toho has to release them first with a few months window for Japanese sales, so we won't get them until the new film hits home video because they are being released in Japan over the next few months.
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I'll definitely do that if someone comes up with some good custom covers. I really hope these sell well and then Sony will release Godzilla 2000 on Blu-Ray. The Americanized version is the only Godzilla movie I ever saw in theatres as I didn't get to see the 98 film until it hit DVD.

I can't wrap my head around why people would like a new cover when all you see is the spine.

Now LDs were frameable like LPs but I've never heard of anyone framing a BD case.

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Received and watched the Universal US English language cut of King Kong vs Godzilla this afternoon. I had placed my order through Amazon over the weekend and was a little concerned when I didn't get any sort of usual shipping notification per usual Prime but it showed up before lunch time so no complaints there.

First off, while the Blu-ray release is a decent upgrade from the older US dvd, that comment comes with a major caveat. The Blu-ray transfer while appearing to come from the same source as the near-decade old dvd, is noticeably darker, especially during the night scenes such as when Godzilla attacks the train in the mountains. Fine detail is better on the Blu-ray, but the quality of the print as with the older Universal dvd varies wildly between some scenes, some scenes look exceedingly grainy while most scenes involving human actors look pretty good. Obviously, some of the bluescreen work looks the worst (the octopus scene has always looked terrible) but there's numerous scenes with no matte work that look pretty rough as well. There may be some DNR, but it isn't excessive, especially for Universal. My guess is they did a down and dirty 2k scan of their very good quality print in the last few years and slapped it on this release with no additional work.

This is about as bare-bones a disc as I've ever seen. No extras of any sort, not even a menu, the disc loads and starts the movie after a useless Ultraviolet ad. It's chapter encoded, but there's no other audio track besides English 2.0 mono (odd as this was Tohos first stereo soundtrack Godzilla movie when it was originally released) and subtitles are either English or French. This should be a $5 priced release.

I have this movie in the original Japanese cut as the laserdisc (both early 80's truncated Godzilla Death Battle champion cut and last "digital master" uncut laserdisc release) and cd jewel case dvd releases as well as the US English language dvd release via Universal so I did some comparisons.

Comparing the US dvd and especially Blu-ray release print and transfer quality to *any* of the Japanese (un)cut home video releases, the older US dvd and now Blu-ray release looks unquestionably better, due in large part to Toho not having ideal quality archival material when they assembled their now outdated digital master (the circumstances of which are discussed elsewhere on this forum). I am extremely curious how Tohos Blu-ray release will look when it comes out in July in Japan as the HD master originally done for the WOW HD channel about 7 years ago looked very impressive judging from screencaps.

I'm not a big fan of King Kong Escapes and will probably wait months until I see it in the bargain bin before even considering buying it.
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Received and watched the Universal US English language cut of King Kong vs Godzilla this afternoon. I had placed my order through Amazon over the weekend and was a little concerned when I didn't get any sort of usual shipping notification per usual Prime but it showed up before lunch time so no complaints there.

First off, while the Blu-ray release is a decent upgrade from the older US dvd, that comment comes with a major caveat. The Blu-ray transfer while appearing to come from the same source as the near-decade old dvd, is noticeably darker, especially during the night scenes such as when Godzilla attacks the train in the mountains. Fine detail is better on the Blu-ray, but the quality of the print as with the older Universal dvd varies wildly between some scenes, some scenes look exceedingly grainy while most scenes involving human actors look pretty good. Obviously, some of the bluescreen work looks the worst (the octopus scene has always looked terrible) but there's numerous scenes with no matte work that look pretty rough as well. There may be some DNR, but it isn't excessive, especially for Universal. My guess is they did a down and dirty 2k scan of their very good quality print in the last few years and slapped it on this release with no additional work.

This is about as bare-bones a disc as I've ever seen. No extras of any sort, not even a menu, the disc loads and starts the movie after a useless Ultraviolet ad. It's chapter encoded, but there's no other audio track besides English 2.0 mono (odd as this was Tohos first stereo soundtrack Godzilla movie when it was originally released) and subtitles are either English or French. This should be a $5 priced release.

I have this movie in the original Japanese cut as the laserdisc (both early 80's truncated Godzilla Death Battle champion cut and last "digital master" uncut laserdisc release) and cd jewel case dvd releases as well as the US English language dvd release via Universal so I did some comparisons.

Comparing the US dvd and especially Blu-ray release print and transfer quality to *any* of the Japanese (un)cut home video releases, the older US dvd and now Blu-ray release looks unquestionably better, due in large part to Toho not having ideal quality archival material when they assembled their now outdated digital master (the circumstances of which are discussed elsewhere on this forum). I am extremely curious how Tohos Blu-ray release will look when it comes out in July in Japan as the HD master originally done for the WOW HD channel about 7 years ago looked very impressive judging from screencaps.

I'm not a big fan of King Kong Escapes and will probably wait months until I see it in the bargain bin before even considering buying it.


Thanks for the review! I always enjoy saving money and I knew my SDs would suffice. Now let's see what Sony does with those 4 double bills that come out in May.

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Given Toho's policies - and those of the Japanese film industry in general - I'm 99.9% certain we're getting the masters from the Japanese releases unless Sony forked out a load of cash to Toho America to get their prints to scan for new masters.
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Thanks for the review! I always enjoy saving money and I knew my SDs would suffice. Now let's see what Sony does with those 4 double bills that come out in May.

You can see some screen caps in this thread near the bottom of the page comparing the US dvd and Blu-ray releases:

http://forum.blu-ray.com/showthread.php?t=235851&page=16
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When they brought out the new "Night of the Living Dead" BD, everyone went out and bought it. Come to find out it was so dark that I sold my TT copy for a hefty price and kept my SD.

Same with this, I'm keeping my SDs, screw the BDs, just because it comes out in BD doesn't mean it will always be better.

Thanks Partyslammer for the link to those screen caps from Blu-ray.com says it all...save your money!

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Judging from the screen shots, I actually like the BD better for KK vs G. The night scenes actually look like night. I have to get this since it's the first movie I remember seeing as a kid at the drive-in.

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Scifijapan is holding a contest to win all four of Sony's upcoming Godzilla double-feature Blu-Ray discs:

"To celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the Godzilla franchise, Sony is releasing double features of GODZILLA VS. KING GHIDORAH (1991) + GODZILLA AND MOTHRA: THE BATTLE FOR EARTH (1992), GODZILLA VS. MECHAGODZILLA II (1993) + GODZILLA VS. SPACEGODZILLA (1994), GODZILLA VS. DESTOROYAH (1995) + GODZILLA VS. MEGAGUIRUS (2000) and GODZILLA: TOKYO S.O.S. (2003) + GODZILLA: FINAL WARS (2004) on Blu-ray for the first time in North America. Each 2-Disc set will be available from retailers on May 6th (SRP: $19.99 each), but here is your chance to win all four for free!"

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DVDTalk reviewed the Mecha-Godzilla/Space Godzilla Blu and apparently it's pretty bad. Like, don't replace your DVDs unless you just want to bad. I have low expectations overall for the Showa films, but I expect the Millenium Era films to be far better looking and sound better since they were made with better technology supporting them.
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Walmart has the Sony releases in their stores for $12.95. Look for a multi-sided movie display showing "newer movies" with bright green trim advertising the Godzilla releases from Sony.
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Well, I've watched them all except Final Wars and it's a pretty mixed bag. The ones with native 5.1 mixes (Godzilla VS Mecha-Godzilla II/Godzilla VS Space Godzilla/Godzilla X Megaguirus/Godzilla Tokyo SOS) sound very off with the sound effects being all over the place in terms of clarity and volume. The information about the original mixes is very contradictory as there is a lot of evidence that says some of the films got original 5.1 mixes for their release while the trailers, credits, and Japanese releases indicate the original mixes for all the modern films except for Return of Godzilla (Mono for Japanese and Dolby Stereo for US) and Final Wars (Dolby EX it seems) were in Dolby Stereo and received 5.1 re-mixes for DVD after their releases. That being said, I wish Sony had gotten the 5.1 re-mixes from Toho.
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Well, I've watched them all except Final Wars and it's a pretty mixed bag. The ones with native 5.1 mixes (Godzilla VS Mecha-Godzilla II/Godzilla VS Space Godzilla/Godzilla X Megaguirus/Godzilla Tokyo SOS) sound very off with the sound effects being all over the place in terms of clarity and volume. The information about the original mixes is very contradictory as there is a lot of evidence that says some of the films got original 5.1 mixes for their release while the trailers, credits, and Japanese releases indicate the original mixes for all the modern films except for Return of Godzilla (Mono for Japanese and Dolby Stereo for US) and Final Wars (Dolby EX it seems) were in Dolby Stereo and received 5.1 re-mixes for DVD after their releases. That being said, I wish Sony had gotten the 5.1 re-mixes from Toho.

Return of Godzilla? That's not in this Sony Blu Ray batch... confused about if you are referring to the new US Blu Rays or something else....
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Return of Godzilla? That's not in this Sony Blu Ray batch... confused about if you are referring to the new US Blu Rays or something else....

I only mentioned it as a point of reference because I was talking about all of the modern Godzilla films and the information available about their production. Hence my use of "all the modern films" in the post. Still, I hope whomever gets the rights to it gives us the Toho remix cause I don't want the film in Mono.
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The Mecha-Godzilla/Space Godzilla and Destroyah/Megaguirus Blu-Ray packs are $8.99 at Best Buy as their Deal of The Day. Unfortunately, there's only about 90 minutes left to claim it through the website.

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More Godzilla (and Mothra!) Blu-rays Coming From Sony

http://www.scifijapan.com/articles/2...thra-blu-rays/

More Toho BD sets from Sony on 9/9/14:

- Godzilla GMK (2001) / Godzilla Against MechaGodzilla (2002)
- Godzilla 2000 (both US and Japanese versions)
- Rebirth of Mothra Trilogy 1, 2 and 3


Unknown if the Godzilla 2000 set is one or two discs as well as how many discs for the Mothra set.
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Horrible titles... when can we get a domestic subtitled version of war of the gargantuas and godzilla vs monster zero?

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Horrible titles... when can we get a domestic subtitled version of war of the gargantuas and godzilla vs monster zero?
WoG is still Classic Media so far as I know and they aren't likely to put out a Blu for it. GvMZ will definitely come, possibly when Godzilla hits home video or before it's Mothra-oriented sequel hits cinemas in 2016.
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