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A Japanese village is menaced by a plesiosaur from the depths of the sea. Meanwhile, deep in a cave of ice, a prehistoric egg begins to hatch. The plesiosaur and the mystery creature hatching from the egg seem destined to clash. Written by
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You have to really be addicted to Japanese monster movies to actually like this film. I mean, I love Godzilla films, and the Gamera movies are lovable in their own goofy, juvenile way, but this film is just plain worthless. Plot: giant dinosaur rises from the sea, and you can probably guess what happens after that. This film holds the distinction that it was shown on MST3K back when the show was on KTMA TV-23. With that fact in mind, this film is worth viewing out of curiosity on MST3K, but alone, I suggest viewing something else.
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