|By Marketwired .||
|May 15, 2014 02:04 PM EDT||
BEVERLY HILLS, CA--(Marketwired - May 15, 2014) - On the occasion of the release of a new Godzilla movie, FilmOn Networks has culled the very best giant monster, or Kaiju, movies from its vaults, restored them, and rereleased them for streaming on Bloodzillathon, a 24/7 channel devoted solely to the genre. From Gamera to Yongary, Giant Robo, Bloodzillathon has all the fire breathing, laser eye ray, building stomping mayhem we expect from mid to late Twentieth Century Japan.
The launch is the latest in a surge of content acquisitions FilmOn has made including the purchase of the largest privately held film and TV archive Cine Bx which includes the legendary Allied Library. Tens of thousands of VoDs have been restored and added to what is already the most robust content offering in streaming TV. FilmOn has 600 licensed live television channels and is ready to roll out free-to-air local broadcast channels in 18 cities in June.
"We want a whole new generation to be able to access these remarkably entertaining movies," Alki David, CEO of FilmOn Networks says. "It's the beauty of running the streaming TV network with this vast, prestigious collection. These films inspired filmmakers such as Quentin Tarantino, Peter Jackson and Guillermo del Toro and it's time for them to inspire a new generation."
Highlights include several movies featuring Gamera, a giant flying turtle monster who was Kadokawa Pictures' answer to rival Toho Pictures' main monster, Godzilla. Many aficionados have found Gamera the superior monster over the years. (He was born of a stray Soviet nuclear bomb released in the Arctic). The collection has "Gamera v. Monster X", "Gamera The Invincible", "Attack of the Monsters", "Destroy all Planets" and others.
About FilmOn Networks:
Founded by Greek billionaire and media entrepreneur, Alki David, FilmOn is the world's number one free TV service and number one live TV app with 40 million downloads. FilmOn offers over 600 live TV channels including original programming, 600 video and audio podcasts from premium brands as well as over 90,000 video on demand titles at FilmOn.com and other destination sites online, including BattleCam.com. Last month the site's 40 million users generated 1.3 billion video streams. The service is available globally via computers, smartphones, tablets as well as the FilmOn App for iOS 7, Android, Windows 8 and IP-enabled set-top boxes and devices. With offices in Beverly Hills and London and data-centers in Los Angeles, London, and Geneva, FilmOn curates the best of free televised entertainment from around the globe. FilmOn TV is an Independent TV Broadcaster with stations in the UK (Sky Channel 292 and Freesat channel 410 and throughout the US. For more information please visit FilmOn.com and connect with us on Twitter and Facebook.
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