Pretty great, but I dunno if it tops the masterpiece that is Steve Oedekerk's "The Godthumb".
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
In preparation for Arrow's incredible looking Gamera collection, I've decided to revisit the Gamera series and finally get around to watching some of the entries that I haven't seen. (as a huge Kaiju fan, I don't wanna say which entries those are. I'm too ashamed.) This won't be in any specific kind of order, so why don't we start with Gamera vs. Zigra? The second to last entry in the first (Showa) era of Gamera films (or the final entry,…
Honestly? I thought this was even better than the first one. It had just the right amount of weirdness and emotion for me. And I can't stress enough just how WEIRD this movie gets. It would make H.R. Pufnstuf blush.
Someone said that this movie felt like a two-hour long Loony Tunes cartoon, and I can certainly see where they're coming from. It's zany, freaky, and a total blast from beginning to end. It even tugs on the heartstrings more-so…