I don't know if there's a thread for kaiju/giant monster movies, so I decided to make one, where can discuss kaiju movies and make our own. I'm not the only one to notice, but there's been a bit of an uptick in giant monster movies since Gareth Edwards' Godzilla, the most recent ones (or at least the most high-profile) being Rampage and The Meg. Between them, i'd pick Rampage; The Meg was generally a soulless shark movie, though the climax where the megalodon is defeated by sharks was pretty cool; Rampage on the other hand at least was more creative and had deeper themes to it, though still not the greatest. Personally i'm psyched for Godzilla: King of the Monsters. The visuals look great, the action and cinematography look good, and the acting doesn't seem half bad. Now for speculation: I think that given Michael Dougherty's previous works, I won't be surprised if it turns out the titans/MUTOs/kaiju turn out to be overtly supernatural in nature, hence why they're able to defy the laws of physics My headcanon is that Rodan is a dinosaur rather then a pterosaur due to his head shape and talons I've also got several ideas for kaiju movies in my head and online. Among them are: An adaptation of A Christmas Carol that replaces the ghosts with kaiju, creatively called A Kaiju Christmas Carol (see and read it here: A Kaiju Christmas Carol) The Monster That Hollywood Ate - A satirical Robert Zemeckis movie replacing Death Becomes Her from an alternate history about four news companies that scramble to cover a giant crab-like kaiju after it attacks a Monterey Bay town. Dawgs - Another satirical kaiju movie mocking society's treatment of black/latino people and to a lesser extent pit bull dogs (also see here Dawgs).