During WWII, a human heart taken from a certain lab in Europe (Dr. Frankenstein's) is kept in a Japanese lab, when it gets exposed to the radiation of the bombing of Hiroshima. The heart ... See full summary »
Gamera knocks over a billboard at one point in the film. The camera zooms into the billboard, revealing it to be an advertisement for a Godzilla film. See more »
There are 200 billion stars present in the Milky Way Galaxy. Our sun and its nine planets consist of just one solar system within the galaxy. There are billions of other such systems many greater than our own solar system. But, compared to the enormous size of the universe itself even a galaxy is but a tiny pinpoint of life. In our vast universe, there are billions of other such galaxies that are just as big. The universe is limitless in size, and mankind is not the only creature ...
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Just because it's cheap, cheap, cheap doesn't mean it's not fun, fun, fun. And to be honest, Supermonster Gamera is a blast from start to finish. It's great to see all of Gamera's foes in one movie, even if it is all stock footage. The best thing about the film without a doubt is the awesome musical score, especially some of the battle themes. I have a weird fondness for this movie I cant explain. I like it better than some of Gamera's more legit films. If you can find a copy of either the Japanese or American versions, I seriously urge you to watch it with an open mind. Gamera rules!!
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