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Gamera: The Giant Monster Review

Posted by Josh Samford On April - 7 - 2010
Back so soon! Hard to believe! The good folks over at Shout Factory will be releasing Gamera: The Giant Monster on May 18th and I had the chance to take a look at the disc and now you all have my review! It’s a Kaiju film and certainly one of the bigger films from the genre, so of course it’s worth checking out, but just how good is it?

The Plot: In the midst of the cold war, a group of Japanese scientists venture to the Antarctic in order to flesh out the story of an ancient beast called “Gamera”. Gamera is a giant turtle monster who breathes fire and is long since thought to be merely a legend. Dr. Hidaka, his assistant Kyoko Yamamoto and their press agent Aoyagi are enjoying this expedition into the Antarctic when a Soviet plane holding an atomic bomb is shot down by American forces near where our scientists stand – the icy ground cracks open and the great beast Gamera rises from his slumber. Standing 190 feet tall and holding the ability to project fire from his mouth, the beast seems unstoppable. All known ammunition seems to simply power this beast even more, with each attempt at destroying him failing worse than the last. Will our scientist team figure out the secret to this great turtle or will he completely destroy the great Island nation!








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