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GIANT MONSTER BURIED TREASURES

GODZILLA VS. THE SEA MONSTER (1966)
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Directed by
Jun Fukuda

Not Rated
Genre: SCI-FI
Format Used: DVD
Contains: Mild Lanugage, Graphic Violence
Country Of Origin: Japan
Dubbed and Subtitled versions on DVD

ZEDD:

Zedd again, this time talking about GODZILLA VS. THE SMOG MONSTER. Even with it's flaws, some of the dubbed voices sound too cartoony and the Mothra dance takes forever. But there is still enough good elements to recommend it to young people who may be too young to have seen it.

The basic story, a brother and his two friends steal a luxory yaught in order to search for his brother who was lost at sea and declared dead. He knew his brother is still alive. But what he doesn't know is along with his friends the boat was already stolen by a known Bank Robber.

The ship is sunk by a massive monster Lobster and the men are shipwrecked. They soon learn that the people of Infant island is being held as slaves by some Terrorist group who commands the lumbering lobster Eberiah. Can they escape? I love Eberiah, he's one of the best monsters of the decade. Even though I would have liked to learn more of how he came to be and who the Terrorist were and what was they main objective. Anyway, I must recommend GODZILLA VS. THE SMOG MONSTER as a buried treasure and urge you all to see it if you haven't and if you have, then see it again.

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