Take a dip in the Immunity Bath, because Latitude Zero is the Greatest Movie EVER!
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Review in a Nutshell: A 1969 tokusatsu film directed by Ishiro Honda with special effects by Eiji Tsuburaya, Latitude Zero was filmed in English and marketed to an international audience. Despite the presence of flying submarines, super advanced undersea civilizations, laser gloves, and a giant griffon, the extended international version of the movie is not nearly as zany as I wanted it to be.
We’re bringing you another entry in our ongoing Godzilla-themed coverage, in which Guy Woodruff and I team up to talk about goofy dances, weird aliens, and the many and varied rumors swirling around the late Nick Adams, an actor with a colorful off-screen life. CLICK HERE or on the banner above to download our review of Invasion of Astro-Monster, better known as Godzilla vs Monster Zero.
Break out the bibs and butter, because Godzilla vs the Sea Monster is the Greatest Movie EVER!
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Review in a Nutshell: Godzilla hackey-sacks with a giant shrimp. What more do you want?
This movie contains:
You don’t have to be evil to sport an eyepatch, but it helps.
Is that Godzilla, or a Stoned Cookie Monster?
ERRATA: “They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?” was actually released in 1969, so Godzilla vs the Sea Monster was actually blazing trails.