Obscure Kaiju & Other Giant Monsters

Discussion in 'Other Kaiju and Fantastic Creatures Discussion' started by monsterslayers, Dec 1, 2003.

  1. Cam Eleon

    Cam Eleon Moderator Staff Member

    [​IMG] ^ I'll still take The Mighty Gorga for the win in the "Worst monster suit ever" catagory. This one is actually pretty amazing, given India's shoestring budgets. Attractive? No. But, amazing.
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  2. mattman

    mattman Ultra Kaiju Master

    PURANA PRUSH (1978)
    This movie from India, akin to AADI YUG (which has footage from FRANKENSTEIN CONQUERS THE WORLD), which came out the same year, also has crappy dinosaurs as well as footage from THE VALLEY OF GWANGI and the 1960 remake of THE LOST WORLD.
    Here are some pics.
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    Yes this dinosaur breathes fire.
    Also, there is a bear, tiger, snakes and pair of awful gorillas.
    It is available on YouTube.
    Here is the poster.
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  3. mattman

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    NINJA - THE FINAL DUEL (1986)
    There are giant spiders in this one.

    THE DEMON OF MOUNT OE (1960)
    There is a giant spider in this one as well. Not to mention a giant water buffalo-rhinoceros hybrid.
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    mattman Ultra Kaiju Master

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  5. Kevzilla

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  7. mattman

    mattman Ultra Kaiju Master

    NA CHA AND THE SEVEN DEVILS (1973)
    Giant bird and flying dragon. This Hong Kong film has special effects done by a Japanese team.
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    mattman Ultra Kaiju Master

    MONSTERS (1993)
    Russian sci-fi movie with Bert I. Gordon-style visual effects.
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  10. mattman

    mattman Ultra Kaiju Master

    CLUB LIFE IN THE STONE AGE (1940)
    Paul Terry cashes in with the success of ONE MILLION B.C. (1940) with a cartoon about cave people and dinosaurs.
    There are also prehistoric mammals in the mix. Specifically, woolly mammoth and saber-toothed tiger.


    In 1952, Nobuhiko Obayashi, did his own version of KING KONG when he was a teenager. It was animated entirely in stop-motion.
    However, in his 1979 film, THE ADVENTURES OF KOSUKE KINDAICHI, a statue of Godzilla is seen in an art gallery. It is spoofing Aguste Rodin's "The Thinker".
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