King Kong vs. Godzilla (1962) - Very rare uncut original Japanese version, with all the original scenes and music intact, with none of the many added scenes for the US release present. THis is a much stronger and better film than the butchered US version. In widescreen and in original Japanese language, with English subtitles.
Godzilla vs. Megalon (1973) - This is the complete uncut international version, in widescreen and in English language.
Godzilla vs. The Smog Monster (1971) AIP version - One of Godzilla's most famous movies, Godzilla battles Hedorah for the Earth! This is the American International Pictures version we all watched as kids, with the original dubbed voices, full screen and the English-language version of the classic opening theme song "Save The Earth!" In English.
Godzilla 1984 (a.k.a. Godzilla 1985) - This is the very rare original Japanese uncut version of "Godzilla 1985," released as Godzilla 1984 in Japan. This is something of a different film in the original form. In widescreen, original Japanese language and with English subtitles.
Godzilla vs. All Monsters (1989) - Not a movie, but an amazing rare Godzilla compilation. In Japanese language.
Godzilla 1994 TV Special (1994) - In Japanese language, see people talk about Godzilla as well as a lot of cool behind-the-scenes footage.
Godzilla Festival (1995) - An incredible feature-length look at the Godzilla Festival of 1995 in Japan. See amazing robotic monster displays, all sorts of memorabilia, toys, games, posters, monsters on stage, and much more, like Godzilla and Space Godzilla charming all the kiddies! In Japanese language.
Diagoro vs. Gorius (1972) - A lost Toho giant monster film mainly geared for children, starring Diagoro, a cute giant monster who fights for the Earth. In Japanese language.
Toho Outtakes and Bloopers (1986) - Great outtakes and bloopers from various Toho films, including a bunch of Godzilla and other Toho giant monster films. It is in this DVD that you will see the rare "Godzilla vs. Manda" sequence from "Destroy All Monsters!" Also, as a bonus, you will get on the same DVD, the program The Making of Gamera 1995. Both programs are in Japanese language.
Frankenstein Conquers The World (1964) - English version, this is the version we saw on TV when growing up as kids - made by the same folks who brought us all the Godzilla movies - Frankenstein grows monster-sized and fights Baragon in Japan! Some cool extras too, including a deleted scene where Frankenstein fights the Octopus from King Kong vs. Godzilla.
Frankenstein Conquers The World (1964) - Original Japanese version, widescreen, with optional English subtitles. Same great movie as above, also known as Frankenstein vs. Baragon. LBX
War of the Gargantuas (1966) - The very rare and sought after classic sequel to "Frankenstein Conquers The World," here we see the two giant Gargantuas battle it out! This is in original TV-version English language!
X From Outer Space, The (1967) AIP version - This is the this is the American International Pictures version we all remember watching as a kid, with one of the wildest giant monsters ever to hit the screen! Has the original English language dubbing.
Some great ZONE FIGHTER shots!
Zone Fighter was an "Ultraman" type superhero on Japanese TV, with his own series in 1973. The show was basically Zone Fighter fighting giant monsters! And some of those monsters were straight out of the Godzilla film series!
ZONE FIGHTER: THE COMPLETE SERIES (1973) - 26 episodes on 7 DVDs, in original Japanese language! Zone Fighter is constantly battling giant monsters out to destroy Japan. And among the guest monsters are GODZILLA (5 episodes) GIGAN (1 episode, with Godzilla) and KING GHIDORAH (2 episodes)! This show is considered one of the best of the sort. 7-DVD set for 19.99! Plus choose one free single-DVD movie as a bonus!
ZONE FIGHTER: THE GODZILLA, GIGAN AND KING GHIDORAH EPISODES (1973, seven episodes) - If you just want the episodes with these three great TOHO guest stars, this 2-DVD set is for you. Seven episodes - Godzilla appears in five, Gigan appears in one of the episodes with Godzilla (awesome rematch!), and king Ghidorah appears in two separate episodes. You will even see Godzilla emerge from his moutain hideout, complete with door! In Japanese language. On 2 DVDs.