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Attack of the Super Monsters (1982)

| Animation, Drama, Sci-Fi | Video
In the year 2000 the dinosaurs reappear on planet Earth, terrorizing mankind.


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Credited cast:
Tom Wyner ...
Narrator / Pterock / DJ / Walla (voice) (as Tom Weiner)
Dan Woren ...
Jim / Cop / Road Worker 2 / Conference Soldier 1 / Walla (voice)
Robin Levenson ...
Anna / Gem / PA / SOS / Walla (voice) (as Robin Beth Levenson)
Wally / Dog Owner / Road Worker 1 / Rat Victim Lieutenant / Conference Soldier 2 / Hiker 1 / Walla (voice) (as Cam Clark)
Mike Reynolds ...
Tyrannos / Ashtoreth / Eddie 2 / Mikey / President / Walla (voice) (as Michael Reynolds)
Joe Perry ...
Jerry / Carmody / President Associate / Eddie 1 / Walla (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Tetsuya Onishi ...


In the near future it's discovered that the dinosaurs did not die off, but instead live on near the center of the Earth. The evil lord Tyrannus uses the mutated dinosaurs descendents to attack Earth in his effort to rule the world. Can Gemini Force, a group of four superpowered teens who've pledged to protect the Earth, stop his plans? Written by Mike Konczewski

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The main villain's dinosaur suit (Tyrannus), was also used for the tyrannosaurs rex in the film The Last Dinosaur (1977). See more »


Edited from Kyôryû sensô Aizenbôgu (1977) See more »

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Much maligned and deserving. BUT...
17 October 2002 | by (Indiana, PA) – See all my reviews

I'm not here to say this movie is good. When inflicting it on my friends, I have found they often experience physical pain. And while this is not the worst of all Japanese giant monster sojourns (Redman, I'm looking at you), it generally isn't worth it even for a kaiju enthusiast.

BUT...there is something to be told about this movie that people need to know when they go in to see this. When giant monster movies were all the rage in Japan in the mid-60s to mid-70s, dozens of superheroes sprung up to combat this rubbery menace. Some, like Ultraman or Spectreman, had staying power and would later prove to be cultural icons. Others, like Silver Kamen and Fireman, would fade into obscurity.

Enter Tsuburaya Productions. Eiji Tsuburaya's company, the owners of Ultraman and the special effects producers behind Godzilla, decided to continue with the trend that had netted them so much money and also jump on the embiggening anime bandwagon. Hence the new TV series Izenborg. It combined live action giant monsters, miniatures, and fairly primitive anime.

Enter Quality Video. They cut four of these episodes together into one movie. That's why it is "episodic" and "formulaic."

That doesn't explain why Jim hits his sister (which drew laughter), or the line "I'll get you, you ratty rat rat!"

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