Even in toy form, Hedorah knows how to make an entrance.
Available as a 16x12 giclee print at Hero Complex Gallery
U.S.S. Enterprise Concept Art and Design by Andrew Probert and Richard Taylor - Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979)
I’ve always loved the black-background art they did for TMP.
Jurassic Park (Steven Spielberg, 1993), Godzilla (Gareth Edwards, 2014).
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The more apt comparison is between this scene in Jurassic Park and the Golden Gate Bridge assault in Godzilla.
It has the jump-scare (goat leg/birds), wiping the condensation off the windows, and most of the above, too.
Totally not Godzilla with a frill. Not at all.
On September 11th, staff of the Smithsonian removed the model of the Enterprise from its current (rather silly) location in the gift shop and took it in for conservation, its first significant treatment since 2000. It will be placed in the reworked Boeing Milestones of Flight Hall in 2016, just in time for its 50th anniversary.
Damn space hippies. ”Way to Eden” beats “Spock’s Brain” for Worst Episode, in my book.
How they went from a potential classic like “Joanna” (about McCoy’s estranged daughter) to this is just beyond me.
Mixing up Thor and MST3K's take on Space Mutiny.
You’ll be stunned at how well it works.