Monster of the Day #508 Updated on July 2, 2012 By Ken Begg 11 Comments I can’t decide if this is cosplay gone horribly, horribly wrong…or horribly, horribly right. Also : JIIIIIIIMMMMYY!!! Tweet Pin It Related PostsMonster of the Day #1677 (Dec 15, 2017) Monster of the Day #1676 (Dec 14, 2017) Monster of the Day #1675 (Dec 13, 2017) Monster of the Day #1674 (Dec 12, 2017) Monster of the Day #1673 (Dec 11, 2017) By Ken Begg http://jabootu.net Flangepart Chewbacca’s cousin, Hackbacca got a great gig with an evil overlord. Free blad sharpening and all the human females you can tie up. The Rev. AHAHAHAHAHAHA It’s the Wookietaur!! Yes!! I labelled this as one of the greatest scenes in cinematic history in my write-up of T-Fest ’08, and I still stand by that assessment. Also, JIMMY WILL SAVE THE DAY!!! bgbear_rogerh At Pixar the animators like to act out the send they will be rendering, here we see “Sully” and “Boo” from a deleted scene playing off the “Wookie prisoner gag”. Gamera977 So this is the way Ensign Hoshi Saito spends her shore leave??? TMI!!! TMI!!! I’m almost afraid to make a joke about the ‘horny’ Wookie….. Rock I know this one of the later Toho movies, but the title escapes me. Did the film ever get an English language release? I’m quite curious to see the film now…… Rock And lest ye think me creepy, that’s because of those shorts, not because of the rope! Scopi314 I don’t know I’d say it’s a later Toho movie (Toho still makes movies), but it’s The War in Space, which has an official US DVD release. Flangepart Viking Wookie Cosplay, next on Maury. Rock Thanks! Well, there was a golden age for Toho. The 60’s films are what we all remember, and the 80’s films would be the stuff that came ‘later’. Toho still cranks out pictures today, but other than die-hard Godzilla fans who follow their work, most regular folk remember their last major film being GODZILLA 1985. Did THE WAR IN SPACE get screened in the States back when it was a new movie? I mean, would the film on the disk be an actual US print? Or just a Japanese movie with an international dub looped over it? Ken_Begg International dub. I’m assuming bypassed theaters here and went to television, like most Toho movies of that era. Rock Just knowing there’s an English dub of such an obscure film is encouraging. Sometimes, the international dub works just fine.