Monsters that should be real but are not. Download the Caavo TV & Movie Guides App to add these selections to your own what-to-watchlist.
Godzilla (2014): Godzilla emerges to restore the balance of nature when a powerful force threatens all of humanity.
Godzilla: Final Wars (2004): Godzilla teams up with Mothra to save the Earth from aliens and an army of evil creatures, including Rodan and Gigan.
Kong: Skull Island (2017): A group of explorers stumble upon the ancient home of King Kong.
Hotel Transylvania (2012): Dracula's plans to host a monsters-only celebration for his daughter Mavis's birthday are complicated when an ordinary human unwittingly checks in at the luxurious Hotel Translyvania and falls for Drac's daughter.
Sleepy Hollow (1999): Washington Irving's enduring legend gets a decidedly Gothic makeover in Tim Burton's hauntingly imaginative adaptation. Johnny Depp plays 1799 NYC policeman Ichabod Crane, who's "banished" to upstate Sleepy Hollow to investigate gruesome decapitations.
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004): Harry discovers that an escaped convict who knew his parents is coming to confront him.
Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954): A half human creature is discovered in the Amazon.
Alien (2003): A monstrous creature stalks the crew of an interstellar cargo ship on its return from a mission in outer space.
Predator (1987): A Special Ops team goes to Central America to rescue a group of commandos sent in by the government, but all of the men are hunted by an alien.
Men in Black II (2002): Alien-hunting agents hunt extraterrestrials bent on destroying Earth in this sequel.
Merlin (2008): A retelling of the Arthurian legend that centers on Merlin, a young wizard new to Camelot, a kingdom ruled by a tyrant who's banned the use of magic.
The Magicians (2015): A group of twentysomethings studying magic in New York discover a real-life fantasy world that poses a great threat to humanity in this drama adapted from Lev Grossmans book series.
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