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The Toho Collection spreads its features over three discs, which have been packaged in an unfortunate and potentially damaging arrangement that stacks all three discs on a single spindle; thankfully, the extras make up for this decision (and the unappealing cover art). Toho historians and authors Steve Ryfle and Ed Godziszewski, who have contributed informative and thoughtful commentaries to Classic Media's spate of Toho/Godzilla DVDs, deliver the same for Battle and Mothra; their contributions here not only include recorded interviews with members of the film's cast and crew, but their passion for the projects and Honda's work do much to dispel the decades of dismissive criticism. Unfortunately, no commentary is present for H-Man (in its stead are trailers for other Sony collections). The quality of the restoration to both the American and Japanese versions of the films is also exceptional. --Paul Gaita
Stills from Icons of Sci Fi To Ho Collection--Battle for Outer Space, H-Man, and Mothra (Click for larger image)
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I love these corny Japanese monster movies. A great addition to my library.Published 7 days ago by Jordan
Three classic Toho epics distributed in the US by Columbia Pictures. The most famous & familiar is 'Mothra'. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Chris Thomas
typical classic Japanese films from the era involving atomic energyPublished 1 month ago by Daniel A. DiSantis
I waited to see "Battle in Outer Space" for a long time, and was not disappointed.Published 2 months ago by Ronald aleksy
Classic Japanese Sci-Fi movies.
I grew up watching Toho movies and they were always a treat!
The H-man and Mothra are my favorites, Battle in Out Space is a close 2nd.
First of all, The H-Man is a *3* star film, Also Battle in Space is also a *3* star film.
But Mothra is a *4* star film! so I guess I have to make it *3* stars!!
My son really enjoy this movie! and also FAST SHIPPING,!!! thanks! Maria GIbsonPublished 4 months ago by Maria Gibson