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Death Kappa (2010)

Not Rated | | Action, Comedy, Sci-Fi | 27 November 2010 (Japan)
The kappa, in Japanese folklore, are water goblins that are closely associated with a certain town in the country. Unfortunately, the area is also home to a militant splinter group of ... See full summary »

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Daniel Aguilar Gutiérrez
Matt Alt ...
Himself - Kappa Expert
Michelle Ann Dunphy ...
Reporter (voice)
Shinji Higuchi
Misato Hirata
Mitsuko Hoshi
Ryûki Kitaoka
Mika
Yakan Nabe
Hiroko Sakurai
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Kanako (voice)
Marc Walkow ...
Horrified Tourist
Hiroko Yoda ...
Herself - Kappa Expert
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The kappa, in Japanese folklore, are water goblins that are closely associated with a certain town in the country. Unfortunately, the area is also home to a militant splinter group of researchers dedicated to developing amphibious super soldiers based on the kappa of legends. When their experiment's result in murder by some escapees, the appearance of an actual kappa, and the triggering of an atomic bomb, the consequences are of epic proportions. Written by Anonymous

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Spoofs Terror of Mechagodzilla (1975) See more »

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Death Kappa will kill you. With boredom.
23 June 2010 | by See all my reviews

After seeing the trailer I was stoked at a chance to see Death Kappa. I was looking forward to a fun B-movie. Unfortunately, Death Kappa gives B- movies a bad name. The problem isn't in the content. The problem is in the directing, acting, editing and cinematography, to name a few. Death Kappa's over stylized shots don't flow well and really drive the film into the ground. The Movie also contains possibly the most annoying song ever used in a film which painfully repeats throughout. I would compare Death Kappa to a bad episode of Power Rangers as far as over all feel, but thats being generous. Iv'e seen much better movies at community college film screenings.


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