||Godzilla, King of the Monsters
||This fire-breathing Tyrannosaurus
Rex went on to become Japan's biggest box-office success story. Numerous sequels followed
||A foe of Godzilla's, this enormous
pterodactyl was hatched from eggs buried deep in a volcano and went on to devastate Japan.
||This dinosaur was discovered at the
bottom of a Danish oil well and went on to destroy Copenhagen.
||When this tiny (65 foot)
"baby" dinosaur is captured and put on display in a London circus his mother
isn't far behind! Suitable mayhem and destruction follows.
||The Giant Behemoth
||This critter makes his home in the
Thames river and ends up trashing London.
||20 Million Miles to Earth
||The Ymir, a reptile from Venus,
travels the requisite number if miles to destroy Rome
||The Beast From
||The most notable thing about this
giant dinosaur is his death, he ends up getting his head caught in a Coney Island roller
the Three-Headed Monster
||This prehistoric monster fest
features a plethora of monsters from Rhodan, Godzilla, Mothra (a giant moth), and Ghidrah
(a three headed dragon).
||Some of the WORST dinosaurs ever
filmed appear in this movie!
||The first dinosaurs ever filmed
using the revolutionary cgi process. You will believe in dinosaurs after you watch this
||Although the films title character
is not a dinosaur this amazing film features numerous dinosaurs, all of which were
animated using Willis O'Brien's remarkable stop motion animation process.
||The Lost World
||Willis O'Brien's Early stop motion
dinosaur fest is a true classic!