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"Kaiju" is Japanese for "giant monster". "Haiku" is Japanese for "little poem". "Review" is Japanese for -- well, possibly "my aunt's hat" or "a small fish that is mostly poisonous" -- I don't know, I don't speak Japanese. But in English, it means "my opinion, and you'll darn well like it".

Please feel free to submit Kaiju Haiku of your own to tcfhhaiku@theycamefromhollywood.com, and I'll post 'em here. Remember, the rules are:

a) must be about a giant monster movie (or reasonably large monster, heck, any movie that has a decent monster in it...I am not counting the horrifically cute and perky Meg Ryan),
b) probably doesn't rhyme,
c) 5 syllables, 7 syllables, 5 syllables.

Tometheus (who sends this haiku) is really neat, although probably not full of turtle meat:

GAMERA 3: REVENGE OF IRIS (1999)

Gamera! Gamera!

Gamera can do...
The monster Iris can't do...
Darn this form, haiku!

HAIKU ARCHIVE (in order of appearance):
The Crawling Eye
Tremors
Godzilla (Part II)
Ghidorah
Rodan, (Part II)
The Giant Gila Monster
The Amazing Colossal Man

Day Of The Triffids (Part II)
Attack Of The Crab Monsters
Eight Legged Freaks
Baragon
Tor Johnson
Rodan
From Hell It Came
King Kong (Part II)
Attack Of The 50-Foot Woman (Part II)
The Giant Claw
Earth Vs. The Spiders
Tarantula
Gorgo
Mothra (Part II)
King Kong
Godzilla Vs. Mothra
Godzilla
The Thing From Another World
Monsters
The Killer Shrews
Plan 9 From Outer Space
Empire Of The Ants
Attack Of The 50-Foot Woman
A.P.E.
The Day Of The Triffids
Them!
Gamera
Night Of The Lepus
Mothra

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