Tag Archives: King Kong

There Goes Tokyo: King Kong vs. Godzilla (American Cut)

The subject of this article, King Kong vs. Godzilla, has always been a frustrating one for me – not because of the faults of the film itself, but rather because I’ve only had access to a compromised version of it. … Continue reading

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ICHF: King Kong

The 1933 film King Kong is a classic example of an Imperial Gothic Horror story, albeit with a more modern twist than the Imperial Gothic tales of the Victorian era. Powerful, rich white men from a country that has become … Continue reading

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There Goes Tokyo: King Kong (1933)

This is probably going to be a controversial entry – both because some fans might object to me including King Kong (1933) on a kaiju movie review column, and because others might take umbrage with my unvarnished opinion on the … Continue reading

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