A franchise turning point, Gamera vs Gyaos deals in adult topics like gentrification, but it's ultimately a kid-friendly monster mash.
Tag: Kôjirô Hongô
Staging a morality play among giant monsters, Gamera vs Barugon is an inspired, smart war parable about a country in remorse.
Gamera vs Viras is 88 minutes long. Fifteen of those minutes are stock footage.
Gaos is unreasonably silly, if wholly invested with the enjoyable weirdness of Daei's untethered innovation.
Gamera vs. Barugon is the outright oddity of the first series, daringly adept with its effects if shabby with its script.