With all those titans walking around on screen, it’s easy to overlook the finer details. We’re here to help. For this list, we’ll be looking at 2014’s “Godzilla”, 2017’s “Kong: Skull Island” and 2019’s “Godzilla: King of the Monsters” in order to highlight some of the small details, subtle references and cool nods that the filmmakers slipped into this cinematic universe. Which of these easter eggs didn’t you catch? Let us know in the comments!

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10 COMMENTS

  1. Yeah, but you forgot Pazuzu in KOTM. His statue is in the underwater atomic explosion scene in ‘Atlantis’.

  2. I love how the MonsterVerse combines Prehistory, mythology, Cryptozoology, religion, folklore and real life history all framed within Godzilla, There aren’t movie universes that do that.

  3. Titanus yamata no orochi, from #7, clearly refers to manda the shenron-resembling giant serpent, who debuted in a movie, battling the super sub/ship, yamatO. He’s obscure, but did assist in battling ghidorah in destroy all monsters.

  4. This movie in my opinion was one of the nest movies that came out this year! Even the soundtrack was amazing! 🙏

  5. Criticks
    King of the monster is stupid
    No hero storry
    Heros have short screen time
    Just monsters fighting
    Godzilla hard fans
    But
    Buut
    That’s what you came to the cinema

  6. In the 50’s and 60’s these movies were great, the new Godzilla is one of the worst movies I have ever seen.

  7. You guys forgot the name of Monarch’s flagship base: Castle Bravo. The first in a series of high yield nuke tests in 1954 (note the year). Basically, the blast was more powerful than expected and led to the Lucky Dragon 5 incident…which as you Godzilla fans know, was a huge part of the inspiration for Godzilla in the first place.

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