August was a busy month, we had a solar eclipse and a great fight that was the most hyped event since the moon landing.
And speaking of fighters, September is Godzilla month at Comet TV. All day Labor Day they will be running a marathon. And whenever I think of Godzilla, it’s always who he is “VS” that intrigues me. So, to that end, I have had a little fun with the latest Comet TV giveaway, none other than Godzilla himself. But, when I got him out of the box, he started attacking all my friends!
Can you figure out who all these opponents are? I may be giving away a prize to the person who can name them all!
There are a lot of movies that aren’t Godzilla this month too, and here’s a few from the September lineup that I have actually seen. And, as always, check out the complete schedule on Comet TV!
From Dusk Till Dawn: One of those unusual movies that starts out as one thing and morphs into a completely different genre. I like to say it is really three movies in one. One about a crime spree, another about the complexities of family and the final film is a horror gore fest worthy of the masters.
Stigmata: A supernatural thriller that focuses on the end of times and a message from the devil, or is it someone else? Patricia Arquette does a decent job as the much put upon non-believer who wants nothing to do with her affliction.
Arena: A cult classic about gladiator matches in space, where the victor takes all, and the loser takes a dirt nap, permanently. One human has the balls to step into the arena and show these stupid aliens who is boss.
Lady in White: One of my favorite kid movies from the ’80s that is considered a horror movie that kids could handle back then. What makes it so incredible is how everything resolves in the end and that is more a murder mystery than a ghost story. It’s one of those cool haunted house stories where you are rooting for the ghost.
And, if you can only catch one of these films, I highly suggest Lady in White! It’s fairly kid friendly too and is a good reminder about the true nature of monsters in our world.