Now if we can just scale it, we’ll be able to kick those Kaiju’s asses.
We’ve known for a while that Striker Eureka would be NECA’s next plus sized Pacific Rim toy — but now that the figure is hitting shelves next week, the company have released more pictures of the toy, and it’s looking rather lovely indeed.
The Evangelion movies always look terrific. They've always been, at the very least, visually interesting. But man, the CG in this latest Evangelion short is something else.
It never fails lately. We actually get a movie that's a new story, instead of a rehash or continuation of a venerable tale. And people immediately start piling on, pointing out all the stuff in it that's been done before. But just because something contains story elements we've seen before doesn't mean it can't be new.
Guillermo del Toro is getting his kaiju on once again, and we'll see the results in a few years—Pacific Rim 2 is coming in 2017.
Given the fact it's got giant robots and weird-lookin' giant aliens, Pacific Rim isn't the easiest movie to cosplay as. Which only makes this badass Pacific Rim cosplay even more impressive.
I love the Pacific Rim theme. You love the Pacific Rim theme. And from the looks of it, this robot drummer loves the Pacific Rim theme.
This was a good year to argue about movies. A lot of films inspired powerful reactions, either positive or negative, among audiences. Some of 2013's movies are destined to be among our all-time favorites, while others will be reviled forever. Here are the 10 best and 10 worst science fiction and fantasy movies of 2013.
If you haven't seen Pacific Rim, there's a Chinese mech called Crimson Typhoon. Well, this is the Brooklyn Typhoon. It may not be as big as its inspiration, but its made of way more interesting stuff.
You know what was cool about Pacific Rim? All those giant mechs. You know what's cool about Hugo Martin, the guy who helped design those mechs? He's now working on Doom 4.
If you watched Pacific Rim, you'd know how incredible the giant mechs looked and how unforgettably beautiful the prologue that provided the backstory for the movie was. And though ILM did most of the VFX in the film, Guillermo del Toro's Mirada studio was the team responsible for the effects in the prologue. Here's…
Was this the most brutal movie summer? It certainly felt that way. Tons of massive films completely tanked at the box office, and some of our most highly anticipated movies were huge disappointments. But this summer also beat last summer for total ticket sales. Here are the summer's biggest winners and losers.
Pacific Rim is doing very well in China, despite some tiny subtitle problems, proving again that the Chinese love giant robots. However, even with all the popularity, the Chinese military isn't very happy, claiming that the movie is nothing more than propaganda to spread "American values and ideas".
Pacific Rim is a smash hit in China. People love it, even if the subtitles are iffy.
Sure, there wasn't anything wrong with Pacific Rim's ending (don't worry, I'm not about to spoil it)—but really, the whole thing could have been much simpler. Heck, why not throw in some absurd cameos while we're at it?
Pacific Rim never got an 8-bit Nintendo game. Why? Because Guillermo Del Toro wasn't making big Hollywood movies during the 1980s, that's why. But what if he were...
Movie director Guillermo Del Toro is in Japan to promote Pacific Rim. He had a big day out in Tokyo that was filled with ice cream and giant mecha. It looks like the best day ever.
Pacific Rim, Hollywood's lavish love letter to all things Tokusatsu, comes full circle in this tribute trailer that reimagines the Western movie as something a little more Japanese.
Both Pacific Rim games are terrible, by all accounts, which is totally unsurprising yet disappointing nonetheless. You'd think someone would be able to make a decent video game out of giant robots fighting aliens.