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A curious geologist and his female photographer explore a remote area near Mt. Fuji. Legend has it that dinosaurs once roamed the area and there are even reports that some large lizards remain. The pair poke around hoping to find something that will bring them wealth. Changes in the weather awaken a plesiosaur in the nearby lake who eats anyone that enter its waters. Meanwhile, a pterosaur is about to hatch high in a mountain ice cave. The explorers get way more than they bargain for when these two prehistoric giants clash in an inevitable battle worthy of their legend.
This movie sucked beyond belief. As a fan of 'THE LAST DINOSAUR' (another low budget Japanese film), I had hopes for something cheesy but still cool. Not the case.Published 11 months ago by Jaysen Q. Dunnavant
I remember watching this when I was young and loving every minute of it.
Yeah it's corny, it's cheesy, and entirely over the top but its great in that it is just like the... Read more
Proving that no culture is immune to the allure of cheap, easy money, Japan's giant monster genre is over-flowing with knock-offs and pretenders to Toho's Godzilla. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Steve V.
The movie was good , I watched my buddy's watched it and all thought it was cool sometimes you need a good laugh.Published on September 9, 2012 by shaky
I still have a home recording of this movie from when it aired on "Commander USA's Groovie Movies" on tv. Sure it had some bits taken out because of the gore factor. Read morePublished on May 19, 2009 by Tom
Can't imagine who the audience must have been for this macabre hybrid of musical/monster movie/surreal journey into Z-grade filmmaking. Read morePublished on May 28, 2008 by R. Gorey
This was fairly painful to sit through, and towards the end I resorted to FF in order to make it all the way. I have a high tolerence for bad movies but this offered nothing. Read morePublished on February 23, 2008 by J.S.M.