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War God

One of the most legendary of Taiwanese films, something glimpsed only in shoddy scans of old lobby cards and newspaper ads and long thought to be nothing more than a clever hoax with a dash of wishful thinking, was War God, a Taiwanese monster movie that pitted giant bug-eyed aliens against a gigantic general Guan Yu.

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Noble War

Somewhere amid Noble War’s colorful visual chaos is the story of the war between Hanuman and his army of monkeys versus the scoundrel demon Thosaganth, but Sompote Sands is way more interested in giant monsters kicking stuff over than he is in advancing the causes of religion.

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If Footmen Tire You, What Will Horses Do?

Films such as Footmen, as mentioned before, would typically be shown in small churches, and would be followed by an altar call, during which those audience members who had yet to do so, shaken by what they had seen, would step forward and, just as Judy had done at the film’s conclusion, accept Jesus Christ as their lord and savior.

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Godless Girl

Though our modern eyes might see The Godless Girl as containing, at best, the makings of a solid “B” type feature, DeMille clearly saw himself as making an epic.