The Gamera-A-Thon continues with “Gamera vs. Guiron” (1969), where Gamera battles one monster piece of cutlery!
Tagged with: 1969 brandon tenold brandon's cult movie reviews gamera vs. guiron movies
Leave a Reply
You must be logged in to post a comment.
There’s a reason why the adults don’t remember Gamera’s rampage and the existence of aliens.
Are these two aliens the inspiration behind that one alien on Pinky and the Brain that kept trying to eat Brain’s brain?
I’ll agree with the comments on MST3K. This movie IS kinda dumb. And HOLY SHIT! Three kennys! At least Kendra was actually the least annoying of the bunch, probably because she had the least amount of screen time.
Another great episode.
(heh, Cornjob. That’s great.)
That, and she was conveniently removed from the situation. I’m sure that had she been in space with the boys, she would have been far more annoying.
Knowing little to nothing about Gamera films I wonder just how many Kennys they ever put into one movie. I never would have dared imagine they’d put in more than two.
100 billion fixed stars in galactic space
13:00 – They can’t remember things from previous movie, then they can’t remember earlier in this movie, now they can remember the previous movies. Are they going to start remembering things that haven’t happened yet, next?
14:30 – They said there were no living things on the moon. The moon isn’t the only thing out there. For that matter they know about Gamera and survives in space, therefor…
I had posted a picture of Agents J and K above, but it’s still awaiting moderation.
That’s what happens to me sometime s and its a total pain waiting for it tediously.
I live in a world where reviewers who don’t interest me review things which are interesting and the other way around.
This video is probably one of your reviews where you I’ve laughed the most and glad cause I heard nothing about this review I even forgot to look at the title card preview so maybe I’ll do that more often. Great job and make love not traffic accidents.
In Japan, the linguistic difference between planet and star is a very new concept. That’s why they translated it as “star”, because in Japane they used “hoshi”, which is the word for “star”.