Are these real Godzilla sequels or did we make them up?

What movie in the Godzilla franchise is your favorite? Which fake one is your favorite?

Over 30 films have followed the original Godzilla, which was released all the way back in 1954. The name is instantly recognizable from the legacy that Tomoyuki Tanaka, Ishirō Honda and Eiji Tsuburaya created. 

From true sequels to re-editied (or Americanized) versions of the original, Godzilla is a franchise that has never slowed down, seeing several adaptation in recent years. 

Think you know your Godzilla sequels? Put your knowledge to the test with this quiz, and see if you know which Godzilla movie sequels are real compared to ones we made up. 

Look closely and think carefully, we just might try to trip you up!

Good luck!

Watch Svengoolie on MeTV!

Saturdays at 8 PM

*available in most MeTV markets
  1. Godzilla, King of the Monsters!
  2. Godzilla Strikes Again
  3. Mothra vs. Godzilla
  4. Son of Godzilla
  5. Daughter of Godzilla
  6. Godzilla vs. Gilligan
  7. The Rise of Godzilla
  8. All Monsters Attack
  9. Godzilla vs. King Cobra
  10. Kong vs. Godzilla

Are these real Godzilla sequels or did we make them up?

Your Result...

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Pellentesque nec ante ipsum. Mauris viverra, urna et porta sagittis, lorem diam dapibus diam, et lacinia libero quam id risus.
Are you sure you want to delete this comment?


texasluva 1 month ago
They trick me on the last one but I found this 👉🏻
DannyZ 1 month ago

Saturday afternoon's in front of the b&w television in my parents basement!

Coldnorth 1 month ago
I love Godzilla, been watching for lots of years. I’m always on Godzillas side. But then I love the Kraken, Frankenstein you know, all the good guys. 8/10
Maverick66 1 month ago
4/10. Never understood the Godzilla phenomenon.
Bricat2001 1 month ago
7/10 would’ve been better if they showed the Japanese version instead of the American one on svengoolie
BruceMorgan 1 month ago
Missed the first one. Don't know what I was thinking lol. I miss those old movies
BenSobeleone 1 month ago
I'd like to see Godzilla vs. Gilligan. "You did it again, little buddy. DEP!"
timothys71 1 month ago
Any fans of the 1984 George C. Scott version of "A Christmas Carol" here? While the sound effect for the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come in that movie is supposed to represent a rusty old cemetery gate, I personally think it sounds very much like Godzilla.
zathras 1 month ago
The franchise was killed for me when they introduced "Godzooki" (son of Godzilla)
timothys71 1 month ago
There is an old saying that cats have 9 lives. I wonder how many lives Godzilla has? I believe he has died at least 4 times in the movies (including the one shown tonight), but he always comes back.
DethBiz 1 month ago
10 out of 10. At first I thought #9 might be a GI Joe crossover.
Catman 1 month ago
Well, I have a Godzilla movie the METV crew missed. Here it is, from the dim past of the internet, when dial-up roamed the earth: Bambi vs Godzilla
LoveMETV22 Catman 1 month ago
Funny. Poor Bambi.
LoveMETV22 1 month ago
MeTV did a Saturday Night Godzilla Movies on Svengoolie in February 2017. Airing a Different Godzilla movie each Saturday night in February of that year.

No, they're not doing it this year , but the movie they're showing tonight was the first shown in Feb 2017.
Tommygunz 1 month ago
10/10 I have most of them in both the English and Japanese versions. The Raymond Burr English version was done very well, not so much for the rest of the series.
MichaelGreene Tommygunz 1 month ago
Well, the Raymond Burr version was basically the original movie, edited to include Raymond Burr's scenes, and many of the actors from the original dubbed in English, actually done rather well, as opposed to later dubbings of Japanese-made Godzilla films.
I personally think it is hilarious when the English dubbing doesn't match the movements of the actors' mouths!
Pacificsun timothys71 1 month ago
Not direction towards you, who probably already knows this background. Or I welcome all corrections to the point.
I don't know anything about movies, but read recently that dubbing TV Shows, having nothing to do with changing the foreign language, is a very specific post-production talent. When done well, it's seamless. Most times viewers don't notice that during a conversation, one actor's back is to the camera, and if the boom isn't positioned correctly, or misses for whatever reasons, the actor needs to dub his side of the conversation. If they're not going to show his face anyway, no problem. But if it's kind of a profile shot showing part his mouth (and because they didn't know ahead of time about the sound defect) it takes more care and time. Any location shooting is a wildcard because outdoor sounds are beyond control. As an example to watch, they do a really good job with Hogan's Heroes because so many shots are done outside the compound. And those studios, in the day, were not only among others next to them, involved with their own productions. But a large compound with City-wide space. There used to be a map showing where each production filmed, for different studios. But I can't find it anymore. The actors are mic'd up so they know their tone and timing. And to make the rest of the conversation seamless as they fill in what's needed. Dubbing can take the better portion of the week in terms of completing that week's episode. And of course several are in various stages of production as long as the sets are undisturbed.
Are you sure you want to delete this comment?