Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Destroy All Monsters A.K.A. Kaijū Sōshingeki (1968)

A Japanese daikaiju science fiction directed by Ishiro Honda.
Aliens from space take control of people and monsters with remote devices. They want to rule the planet, but a team in a space ship finds their base on the moon. With humans in control of the Earth's monsters, they battle against Ghidorah and a flying saucer.
This was alright. Nothing really special. The visual effects were hilariously bad. I could easily see when they were using miniatures or a painted background. Recycled footage also made a few appearances. There were some sections that had no music for some reason. It made some of the action scenes a little weird. The climax fight between many monsters was cool. Overall, just another Godzilla flick. I rate it o.k.

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