Ernest B. Schoedsack
Robert Armstrong, Helen Mack, Frank Reicher, John Marston, Victor Wong and Edward Brady as Red
Genre: Giant Monster Science Fiction
Format Used: Netflix DVD
Contains: Graphic Violence
The first major sequel to a movie. I might be wrong, but I don't think there were sequels before SON OF KONG. Anyway, it's
been a month since Carl Denham brought Kong to New York and the disaster that followed and Carl is being sued practically
by the entire city of New York.
So Carl takes a trip where he meets Hilda, a performer. Hilda's Father has a drinking buddy, who kills him during a drunken
argument, then burns down the tent where they had their act. He convicnes Carl of a treasure on Skull Island and convices
Carl to take him with him. Not knowing it was the man that killed her Father Hilda decides to go too. He instigates a mutiny
and gets Carl, Hilda, The Captain and even the cook kicked off.
While Marooned on Skull Island, they were chased by the islanders who are made at Carl for the rampage in the village.
So they end up in the wild prehistoric jungle where they meet Little Kong, but who's side is he on.
Being a baby, he seems nice. But looks can be decieving. It's a great sequel, even if it is a little short at around
an hour. It's cool, it's fun, it's SON OF KONG!