- Godzilla Raids Again
- Ghidorah: The Three-Headed Monster
- Mothra vs. Godzilla
- Invasion of Astro-Monster
- Terror of Mechagodzilla
- All Monsters Attack
Godzilla Movie Collection
Godzilla may be famous for destroying Tokyo’s buildings with stomps of his feet and swings of his tail, but the horror classic was actually director Ishiro Honda’s allegory for the atomic bomb. This set includes seven of the 400-foot monster’s first films, wherein he battles his archnemesis Mothra, aliens from Planet X, and other enemies, as well as the uncut version of the originally Godzilla movie, Gojira, so fans can finally see the lost scene in which Godzilla loses a battle against a tiny kitten. This glimpse into Godzilla’s early years can prime viewers for the latest Godzilla movie, which comes out in summer (not included in this set).
- Collection of classic Godzilla movies (both the Japanese and US versions of each)
- Includes uncut version of the original Godzilla film
- Language: English, Japanese
- Subtitles: Japanese
- Number of discs: 8
- Not rated
- Total run time: 583 minutes
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