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I own all of them up to Godzilla vs. Kong either on DVD, Blu-ray or Ultra-HD Blu-ray sans the anime trilogy because there is no way to own it on physical media.

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Gojira-Fan wrote: Tue Nov 14, 2023 9:16 pm I own all of them up to Godzilla vs. Kong either on DVD, Blu-ray or Ultra-HD Blu-ray sans the anime trilogy because there is no way to own it on physical media.
What if I told you... the anime trilogy is available on blu-ray?

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PuzzledAmphibian wrote: Wed Nov 15, 2023 7:09 pm
Gojira-Fan wrote: Tue Nov 14, 2023 9:16 pm I own all of them up to Godzilla vs. Kong either on DVD, Blu-ray or Ultra-HD Blu-ray sans the anime trilogy because there is no way to own it on physical media.
What if I told you... the anime trilogy is available on blu-ray?
I mean, I would say "who cares?" But Gojira-Fan recently indicated he enjoyed the anime movies, so maybe he actually does care.

In all seriousness, the anime movies are the only ones I don't intend to buy, not even for the sake of having a "complete collection." I just don't really intend to ever watch them again and if I do decide to be a masochist, I have a Netflix subscription.
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I’d settle for some <$20 barebones Blu-rays but I don’t think I’d go ham on a big box set or anything for them.
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I own everything up to GFW. Once I get a new tv and BR player I will probably pick Shin up.

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Everything, many times over, on all formats except laserdiscs at one point or another.

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HedorahIsBestGirl wrote: Thu Nov 16, 2023 7:39 am
PuzzledAmphibian wrote: Wed Nov 15, 2023 7:09 pm
Gojira-Fan wrote: Tue Nov 14, 2023 9:16 pm I own all of them up to Godzilla vs. Kong either on DVD, Blu-ray or Ultra-HD Blu-ray sans the anime trilogy because there is no way to own it on physical media.
What if I told you... the anime trilogy is available on blu-ray?
I mean, I would say "who cares?" But Gojira-Fan recently indicated he enjoyed the anime movies, so maybe he actually does care.

In all seriousness, the anime movies are the only ones I don't intend to buy, not even for the sake of having a "complete collection." I just don't really intend to ever watch them again and if I do decide to be a masochist, I have a Netflix subscription.
I probably came across a bit snarky but I legitimately wanted them to know and was having some fun. I thought I saw they imported the new 4K restorations of the older movies in that thread too so I was a little surprised they didn't know they could import the anime trilogy as well.

I agree, pretty much bought the anime trilogy just to be a completionist. I personally did not find much to love, but more power to those who did.

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Eh,
PuzzledAmphibian wrote: Thu Nov 16, 2023 11:54 am
HedorahIsBestGirl wrote: Thu Nov 16, 2023 7:39 am
PuzzledAmphibian wrote: Wed Nov 15, 2023 7:09 pm What if I told you... the anime trilogy is available on blu-ray?
I mean, I would say "who cares?" But Gojira-Fan recently indicated he enjoyed the anime movies, so maybe he actually does care.

In all seriousness, the anime movies are the only ones I don't intend to buy, not even for the sake of having a "complete collection." I just don't really intend to ever watch them again and if I do decide to be a masochist, I have a Netflix subscription.
I probably came across a bit snarky but I legitimately wanted them to know and was having some fun. I thought I saw they imported the new 4K restorations of the older movies in that thread too so I was a little surprised they didn't know they could import the anime trilogy as well.

I agree, pretty much bought the anime trilogy just to be a completionist. I personally did not find much to love, but more power to those who did.
I didn't know they had a Blu-ray release in Japan. I'm not going to import them with no English subs (which is likely the case). I can justify doing that for the older films because it is such a step up in video quality compared to what is available on home media here but the anime trilogy looks good enough just streaming through Netflix and has subs.

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Gojira-Fan wrote: Thu Nov 16, 2023 2:44 pm Eh,
PuzzledAmphibian wrote: Thu Nov 16, 2023 11:54 am
HedorahIsBestGirl wrote: Thu Nov 16, 2023 7:39 am

I mean, I would say "who cares?" But Gojira-Fan recently indicated he enjoyed the anime movies, so maybe he actually does care.

In all seriousness, the anime movies are the only ones I don't intend to buy, not even for the sake of having a "complete collection." I just don't really intend to ever watch them again and if I do decide to be a masochist, I have a Netflix subscription.
I probably came across a bit snarky but I legitimately wanted them to know and was having some fun. I thought I saw they imported the new 4K restorations of the older movies in that thread too so I was a little surprised they didn't know they could import the anime trilogy as well.

I agree, pretty much bought the anime trilogy just to be a completionist. I personally did not find much to love, but more power to those who did.
I didn't know they had a Blu-ray release in Japan. I'm not going to import them with no English subs (which is likely the case). I can justify doing that for the older films because it is such a step up in video quality compared to what is available on home media here but the anime trilogy looks good enough just streaming through Netflix and has subs.
Been some time since I gave them a spin, but the only other thing you might miss out on are some exclusive behind the scenes type stuff. I don't remember how many special features or how in depth they were and once again, yeah, no subs.

For the most part I rip all of my media these days anyway so adding subs aren't a huge deal. Finding a good source for subs for obscure stuff is another story. I don't know if anyone has translated the special features on those.

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PuzzledAmphibian wrote: Thu Nov 16, 2023 7:58 pm
Gojira-Fan wrote: Thu Nov 16, 2023 2:44 pm Eh,
PuzzledAmphibian wrote: Thu Nov 16, 2023 11:54 am
I probably came across a bit snarky but I legitimately wanted them to know and was having some fun. I thought I saw they imported the new 4K restorations of the older movies in that thread too so I was a little surprised they didn't know they could import the anime trilogy as well.

I agree, pretty much bought the anime trilogy just to be a completionist. I personally did not find much to love, but more power to those who did.
I didn't know they had a Blu-ray release in Japan. I'm not going to import them with no English subs (which is likely the case). I can justify doing that for the older films because it is such a step up in video quality compared to what is available on home media here but the anime trilogy looks good enough just streaming through Netflix and has subs.
Been some time since I gave them a spin, but the only other thing you might miss out on are some exclusive behind the scenes type stuff. I don't remember how many special features or how in depth they were and once again, yeah, no subs.

For the most part I rip all of my media these days anyway so adding subs aren't a huge deal. Finding a good source for subs for obscure stuff is another story. I don't know if anyone has translated the special features on those.
I'd like to have this trilogy be released on DVD/Blu-ray in this country. I've heard all of the opinions both here and on the Omni Viewer's channel, but I want to see it and decide for myself about it, without going into a subscription that I can't afford.

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PuzzledAmphibian wrote: Thu Nov 16, 2023 7:58 pm
Gojira-Fan wrote: Thu Nov 16, 2023 2:44 pm Eh,
PuzzledAmphibian wrote: Thu Nov 16, 2023 11:54 am
I probably came across a bit snarky but I legitimately wanted them to know and was having some fun. I thought I saw they imported the new 4K restorations of the older movies in that thread too so I was a little surprised they didn't know they could import the anime trilogy as well.

I agree, pretty much bought the anime trilogy just to be a completionist. I personally did not find much to love, but more power to those who did.
I didn't know they had a Blu-ray release in Japan. I'm not going to import them with no English subs (which is likely the case). I can justify doing that for the older films because it is such a step up in video quality compared to what is available on home media here but the anime trilogy looks good enough just streaming through Netflix and has subs.
Been some time since I gave them a spin, but the only other thing you might miss out on are some exclusive behind the scenes type stuff. I don't remember how many special features or how in depth they were and once again, yeah, no subs.

For the most part I rip all of my media these days anyway so adding subs aren't a huge deal. Finding a good source for subs for obscure stuff is another story. I don't know if anyone has translated the special features on those.
I am interested in subs for my Toho UHD Blurays, but there is no way I can justify going to the trouble of importing the anime trilogy, ripping them and then adding subs just to say I have a physical copy of them.

I will marathon the whole Godzilla series whenever a new movie comes out and having them all on physical media has always been my goal since I was a kid. With streaming movies can be taken off the service whenever. While I doubt that will happen with the anime trilogy, you never do know for sure.

The special features for the anime movies might be fun to watch, but I am not about to seek them out either.
mikelcho wrote: Thu Nov 16, 2023 8:13 pm
PuzzledAmphibian wrote: Thu Nov 16, 2023 7:58 pm
Gojira-Fan wrote: Thu Nov 16, 2023 2:44 pm Eh, I didn't know they had a Blu-ray release in Japan. I'm not going to import them with no English subs (which is likely the case). I can justify doing that for the older films because it is such a step up in video quality compared to what is available on home media here but the anime trilogy looks good enough just streaming through Netflix and has subs.
Been some time since I gave them a spin, but the only other thing you might miss out on are some exclusive behind the scenes type stuff. I don't remember how many special features or how in depth they were and once again, yeah, no subs.

For the most part I rip all of my media these days anyway so adding subs aren't a huge deal. Finding a good source for subs for obscure stuff is another story. I don't know if anyone has translated the special features on those.
I'd like to have this trilogy be released on DVD/Blu-ray in this country. I've heard all of the opinions both here and on the Omni Viewer's channel, but I want to see it and decide for myself about it, without going into a subscription that I can't afford.
I don't know why you couldn't afford a Netflix subscription. At its most expensive it is $22 a month (for 4k streaming). That is about the price of a copy of a new Blu-ray. You can do a plan that is even less expensive than that.

Netflix is the only legal way to watch these movies sans buying an import with no English subtitles.

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Do netflix exclusive shows and films get taken off very often?? I doubt they would remove their own co production movies.

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That's an impressive collection of Godzilla films! It's great that you've covered a range of eras, from the original "Gojira" to more recent titles like "Final Wars" and "Godzilla: King of the Monsters." With your knowledge of the basic storylines and the added insight from Godzillathon, you've got a solid understanding of the Godzilla universe. If you ever decide to expand your collection, there are plenty more Kaiju battles and epic monster moments to explore! Enjoy your Godzilla journey!

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mikelcho wrote: Sat Nov 25, 2023 7:53 pm
mikelcho wrote: Fri May 04, 2018 10:16 am I've got these films:
Toho (DVD Region 1 unless otherwise noted; all of them are in the Kiryu series as listed in the Toho Kingdom Blog article Godzilla Millennium Series Continuity (except for The Mysterians, The H-Man, Battle in Outer Space, Matango and The Bloodthirsty Trilogy (which are all included by myself simply because I think they fit the overall theme of the series)):
*Godzilla (1954; also contains Godzilla, King of the Monsters! (1956))-The Criterion Collection (first pressing) (Blu-ray)
*The Mysterians-Media Blasters/Tokyo Shock
*Varan-Media Blasters/Tokyo Shock
*Mothra-Mill Creek Entertainment (Blu-ray (SteelBook version))
*Matango-Media Blasters/Tokyo Shock
*Atragon-Media Blasters/Tokyo Shock
*Dogora-Media Blasters/Tokyo Shock
*Frankenstein vs. Baragon (a.k.a. Frankenstein Conquers the World)-Media Blasters/Tokyo Shock
*King Kong Escapes-Universal (Blu-ray; the only film I have in this list that doesn't include the Japanese version with accurate English subtitles on it, but maybe someday...)
*Space Amoeba-Media Blasters/Tokyo Shock
*Godzilla Against Mechagodzilla-Sony/Tristar
*Godzilla: Tokyo S.O.S.-Sony/Tristar
*Rodan and War of the Gargantuas-Classic Media/Dreamworks (first pressing)
*Sci-Fi Double Feature: The H-Man/Battle in Outer Space-Mill Creek Entertainment (Blu-ray)
*The Bloodthirsty Trilogy-Arrow Video (U.S. version; first pressing) (Blu-ray; contains The Vampire Doll/Lake of Dracula/Evil of Dracula)

Extras
*The Return of Godzilla-Section 23 Films/Kraken Releasing (Blu-ray)
*Godzilla vs. Biollante-Miramax/Echo Bridge (Blu-ray)
*Godzilla 2000: Millennium (also contains Godzilla 2000)-Sony/Tristar (Blu-ray)
*Rebirth of Mothra I II III-Sony/Tristar (Blu-ray)

Non-Toho (again, DVD Region 1 unless otherwise noted):
*Rainbow Man-Sinister Cinema (DVD-R, Japanese subtitles only, gray market bootleg release)
*The Invisible Man Appears/The Invisible Man vs. the Human Fly-Arrow Video (U.S. version; first pressing) (Blu-ray)
*Warning from Space-Arrow Video (U.S. version; first pressing) (Blu-ray)
*The Whale God-Sinister Cinema (DVD-R, Japanese subtitles only, gray market bootleg release)
*The Gamera Ultimate Collection Volume 1-Mill Creek Entertainment (Blu-ray, contains Gamera/Gamera vs. Barugon/Gamera vs. Gyaos/Gamera vs. Viras)
*The Gamera Ultimate Collection Volume 2-Mill Creek Entertainment (Blu-ray, contains Gamera vs. Guiron/Gamera vs. Jiger/Gamera vs. Zigra/Gamera, Super Monster)
*The Daimajin Trilogy-Mill Creek Entertainment-(Blu-ray, contains Daimajin/Return of Daimaijin/Daimajin Strikes Again)
*The Gamera Trilogy-Mill Creek Entertainment-(Blu-ray, contains Gamera the Guardian of the Universe/Gamera 2: Attack of the Legion/Gamera 3: Revenge of Iris)
*Gappa the Triphibian Monster-Media Blasters/Tokyo Shock (Blu-ray)
*When Horror Came to Shochiku-Eclipse Films (contains The X from Outer Space/Goke, Body Snatcher from Hell/The Living Skeleton/Genocide) (first pressing)
*Monster X Strikes Back: Attack the G8 Summit-Media Blasters/Tokyo Shock
*Gorgo-VCI Entertainment (Blu-ray)
*Konga-KINO Lorber Studio Classics (Blu-ray)
*Reptilicus-MGM (Midnite Movies) (I wish that the original uncut Danish version with accurate English subtitles and all of the deleted scenes put back in their proper places in the film had been included with this one - again, maybe someday...)
*Yongary, Monster from the Deep-KINO Lorber Studio Classics (Blu-ray)
*Them!-Warner Brothers/Warner Archive (Blu-ray)
*Tarantula-Shout! Factory/Scream Factory (Blu-ray)
*The Angry Red Planet-MGM (Midnite Movies)
*Swedish Double Feature: Terror in the Midnight Sun/Invasion of the Animal People (Special Edition)-Something Weird Video/Image Entertainment
*Equinox-The Criterion Collection (also contains the original version of the film, The Equinox... A Journey into the Supernatural (1967)) (first pressing)
*Dragonslayer-Paramount
*Little Shop of Horrors: The Director's Cut (1986)-Warner Brothers
*The Iron Giant (Signature Edition)-Warner Brothers
*King Kong (2005) (Deluxe Extended Edition)-Universal
*Tremors: 7-Movie Collection-Universal (contains Tremors, Tremors 2: Aftershocks, Tremors 3: Back to Perfection, Tremors 4: The Legend Begins, Tremors 5: Bloodlines, Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell and Tremors: Shrieker Island)
*Tremors: The Complete Series-Universal
*Pulse (Japanese version)-Magnolia Home Entertainment
*Pulse (unrated American version)-Dimension Home Entertainment
*Pulse 2 (a.k.a. Pulse 2: Afterlife)-Dimension Home Entertainment/Dimension Extreme
*Pulse 3 (a.k.a. Pulse 3: Invasion)-Dimension Home Entertainment/Dimension Extreme
*Ultra Q: The Complete Series-Mill Creek Entertainment (Blu-ray (SteelBook version))
*Ultraman: The Complete Series-Mill Creek Entertainment (Blu-ray (SteelBook version))
*Ultra Seven: The Complete Series-Mill Creek Entertainment (Blu-ray (SteelBook version)) (actually, it's The Complete Series Minus 1, since the banned episode 12 is missing, but that's okay - I'm willing to be flexible here)
*The Birth of Ultraman Collection-Mill Creek Entertainment (Blu-ray)
*Secrets of The Rise of Ultraman-Mill Creek Entertainment (Blu-ray)
*Johnny Sokko and His Flying Robot: The Complete Series-Shout! Factory (one of two Japanese TV series on this list that doesn't include the unedited Japanese subtitled version on it - oh well, you can't win 'em all, i guess)
*Voyage Into Space-Scorpion Releasing/Ronin Flix (Blu-ray; first pressing)
*GODZILLA (1998)-Sony/Tristar
*Godzilla: The Series - The Complete Animated Series-Mill Creek Entertainment
*Retro TV Toons - Godzilla: The Series - The H.E.A.T. Is On!-Mill Creek Entertaiment (contains episodes 1-10 out of 40 of the above TV series)
*Godzilla (2014)-Legendary/Warner Brothers (Target exclusive DVD/Blu-ray combo)
*Shin Godzilla-FUNimation (DVD/Blu-ray combo)
*Kong: Skull Island-Legendary/Warner Brothers (Target exclusive DVD/Blu-ray combo)
*Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019)-Legendary/Warner Brothers (DVD/Blu-ray combo)
*Godzilla vs. Kong-Legendary/Warner Brothers (DVD/Blu-ray combo)
*Shin Ultraman-Cleopatra Entertainment (Blu-ray; third pressing) (this has been done only because of the problems that the first and second pressings had)

I hope to have these releases someday (once again, DVD Region 1 unless otherwise noted):
*Super Inframan-Shaw Brothers/Image Entertainment
*Ringu Collection-Arrow Video (U.S. version; first pressing) (Blu-ray; contains Ringu/Ringu 2/Ringu 0/The Spiral)
*One Missed Call Trilogy-Arrow Video (U.S. version; first pressing) (Blu-ray; contains One Missed Call/One Missed Call 2/One Missed Call: Final)
*Speed Racer: The Complete Series-FUNimation (the other Japanese TV series on this list that doesn't include the unedited Japanese subtitled version on it - like I said before, you can't win 'em all, I guess)

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mikelcho wrote: Sun Nov 26, 2023 9:46 pm
mikelcho wrote: Sat Nov 25, 2023 7:53 pm
mikelcho wrote: Fri May 04, 2018 10:16 am I've got these films:
Toho (DVD Region 1 unless otherwise noted; all of them are in the Kiryu series as listed in the Toho Kingdom Blog article Godzilla Millennium Series Continuity (except for The Mysterians, The H-Man, Battle in Outer Space, Matango and the films of The Bloodthirsty Trilogy (which are all included by myself simply because I think they fit the overall theme of the series)):
*Godzilla (1954; also contains Godzilla, King of the Monsters! (1956))-The Criterion Collection (first pressing) (Blu-ray)
*The Mysterians-Media Blasters/Tokyo Shock
*Varan-Media Blasters/Tokyo Shock
*Mothra-Mill Creek Entertainment (Blu-ray (SteelBook version))
*Matango-Media Blasters/Tokyo Shock
*Atragon-Media Blasters/Tokyo Shock
*Dogora-Media Blasters/Tokyo Shock
*Frankenstein vs. Baragon (a.k.a. Frankenstein Conquers the World)-Media Blasters/Tokyo Shock
*King Kong Escapes-Universal (Blu-ray; the only film I have in this list that doesn't include the Japanese version with accurate English subtitles on it, but maybe someday...)
*Space Amoeba-Media Blasters/Tokyo Shock
*Godzilla Against Mechagodzilla-Sony/Tristar
*Godzilla: Tokyo S.O.S.-Sony/Tristar
*Rodan and War of the Gargantuas-Classic Media/Dreamworks (first pressing)
*Sci-Fi Double Feature: The H-Man/Battle in Outer Space-Mill Creek Entertainment (Blu-ray)
*The Bloodthirsty Trilogy-Arrow Video (U.S. version; first pressing) (Blu-ray; contains The Vampire Doll/Lake of Dracula/Evil of Dracula)

Extras
*The Return of Godzilla-Section 23 Films/Kraken Releasing (Blu-ray)
*Godzilla vs. Biollante-Miramax/Echo Bridge (Blu-ray)
*Godzilla 2000: Millennium (also contains Godzilla 2000)-Sony/Tristar (Blu-ray)
*Rebirth of Mothra I II III-Sony/Tristar (Blu-ray)

Non-Toho (again, DVD Region 1 unless otherwise noted):
*Rainbow Man-Sinister Cinema (DVD-R, Japanese subtitles only, gray market bootleg release)
*The Invisible Man Appears/The Invisible Man vs. the Human Fly-Arrow Video (U.S. version; first pressing) (Blu-ray)
*Warning from Space-Arrow Video (U.S. version; first pressing) (Blu-ray)
*The Whale God-Sinister Cinema (DVD-R, Japanese subtitles only, gray market bootleg release)
*The Gamera Ultimate Collection Volume 1-Mill Creek Entertainment (Blu-ray, contains Gamera/Gamera vs. Barugon/Gamera vs. Gyaos/Gamera vs. Viras)
*The Gamera Ultimate Collection Volume 2-Mill Creek Entertainment (Blu-ray, contains Gamera vs. Guiron/Gamera vs. Jiger/Gamera vs. Zigra/Gamera, Super Monster)
*The Daimajin Trilogy-Mill Creek Entertainment-(Blu-ray, contains Daimajin/Return of Daimaijin/Daimajin Strikes Again)
*The Gamera Trilogy-Mill Creek Entertainment-(Blu-ray, contains Gamera the Guardian of the Universe/Gamera 2: Attack of the Legion/Gamera 3: Revenge of Iris)
*Gappa the Triphibian Monster-Media Blasters/Tokyo Shock (Blu-ray)
*When Horror Came to Shochiku-Eclipse Films (contains The X from Outer Space/Goke, Body Snatcher from Hell/The Living Skeleton/Genocide) (first pressing)
*Monster X Strikes Back: Attack the G8 Summit-Media Blasters/Tokyo Shock
*Gorgo-VCI Entertainment (Blu-ray)
*Konga-KINO Lorber Studio Classics (Blu-ray)
*Reptilicus-MGM (Midnite Movies) (I wish that the original uncut Danish version with accurate English subtitles and all of the deleted scenes put back in their proper places in the film had been included with this one - again, maybe someday...)
*Yongary, Monster from the Deep-KINO Lorber Studio Classics (Blu-ray)
*Them!-Warner Brothers/Warner Archive (Blu-ray)
*Tarantula-Shout! Factory/Scream Factory (Blu-ray)
*The Angry Red Planet-MGM (Midnite Movies)
*Swedish Double Feature: Terror in the Midnight Sun/Invasion of the Animal People (Special Edition)-Something Weird Video/Image Entertainment
*Equinox-The Criterion Collection (also contains the original version of the film, The Equinox... A Journey into the Supernatural (1967)) (first pressing)
*Dragonslayer-Paramount
*Little Shop of Horrors: The Director's Cut (1986)-Warner Brothers
*The Iron Giant (Signature Edition)-Warner Brothers
*King Kong (2005) (Deluxe Extended Edition)-Universal
*Tremors: 7-Movie Collection-Universal (contains Tremors, Tremors 2: Aftershocks, Tremors 3: Back to Perfection, Tremors 4: The Legend Begins, Tremors 5: Bloodlines, Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell and Tremors: Shrieker Island)
*Tremors: The Complete Series-Universal
*Pulse (Japanese version)-Magnolia Home Entertainment
*Pulse (unrated American version)-Dimension Home Entertainment
*Pulse 2 (a.k.a. Pulse 2: Afterlife)-Dimension Home Entertainment/Dimension Extreme
*Pulse 3 (a.k.a. Pulse 3: Invasion)-Dimension Home Entertainment/Dimension Extreme
*Ultra Q: The Complete Series-Mill Creek Entertainment (Blu-ray (SteelBook version))
*Ultraman: The Complete Series-Mill Creek Entertainment (Blu-ray (SteelBook version))
*Ultra Seven: The Complete Series-Mill Creek Entertainment (Blu-ray (SteelBook version)) (actually, it's The Complete Series Minus 1, since the banned episode 12 is missing, but that's okay - I'm willing to be flexible here)
*The Birth of Ultraman Collection-Mill Creek Entertainment (Blu-ray)
*Secrets of The Rise of Ultraman-Mill Creek Entertainment (Blu-ray)
*Johnny Sokko and His Flying Robot: The Complete Series-Shout! Factory (one of two Japanese TV series on this list that doesn't include the unedited Japanese subtitled version on it - oh well, you can't win 'em all, i guess)
*Voyage Into Space-Scorpion Releasing/Ronin Flix (Blu-ray; first pressing)
*GODZILLA (1998)-Sony/Tristar
*Godzilla: The Series - The Complete Animated Series-Mill Creek Entertainment
*Retro TV Toons - Godzilla: The Series - The H.E.A.T. Is On!-Mill Creek Entertaiment (contains episodes 1-10 out of 40 of the above TV series)
*Godzilla (2014)-Legendary/Warner Brothers (Target exclusive DVD/Blu-ray combo)
*Shin Godzilla-FUNimation (DVD/Blu-ray combo)
*Kong: Skull Island-Legendary/Warner Brothers (Target exclusive DVD/Blu-ray combo)
*Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019)-Legendary/Warner Brothers (DVD/Blu-ray combo)
*Godzilla vs. Kong-Legendary/Warner Brothers (DVD/Blu-ray combo)
*Shin Ultraman-Cleopatra Entertainment (Blu-ray; third pressing) (this has been done only because of the problems that the first and second pressings both had)

I hope to have these releases someday (once again, DVD Region 1 unless otherwise noted):
*Super Inframan-Shaw Brothers/Image Entertainment
*Ringu Collection-Arrow Video (U.S. version; first pressing) (Blu-ray; contains Ringu/Ringu 2/Ringu 0/The Spiral)
*One Missed Call Trilogy-Arrow Video (U.S. version; first pressing) (Blu-ray; contains One Missed Call/One Missed Call 2/One Missed Call: Final)
*Speed Racer: The Complete Series-FUNimation (the other Japanese TV series on this list that doesn't include the unedited Japanese subtitled version on it - like I said before, you can't win 'em all, I guess)

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Re: What Godzilla movies do you own?

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mikelcho, why do you keep posting like this? If you've gotten something new just post that one thing. Please stop quoting the same huge list of content over and over again.

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Re: What Godzilla movies do you own?

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Okay. I just ordered Super Inframan on DVD from eBay.

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mikelcho wrote: Sun Dec 03, 2023 2:15 pm Okay. I just ordered Super Inframan on DVD from eBay.
It just arrived today and it's perfect!
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