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In addition to the swell limited-edition tin packaging, MST3K vs. Gamera includes a trio of enjoyable featurettes that pay tribute to both the episodes and the films themselves. So Happy Together: A Look Back at MST3K and Gamera features interviews with Hodgson, Trace Beaulieu, Frank Conniff, and Jim Mallon, who recall the show's long history with Gamera and the joys and pains of watching the films; Gamera vs. the Chiodo Brothers is an amusing and nostalgic look at men-in-monster-suit films with Stephen, Edward, and Charles Chiodo, better known as the creators of Killer Klowns from Outer Space; and Gamera Obscura is an exhaustive oral history of the Gamera series, from its cultural origins to its late '90s revival, by Japanese fantasy film expert August Ragone. Mike Nelson's wrap segments as Jack Perkins from the syndicated MST Hour are also included, as are the original Japanese trailers for each film and a quintet of original mini posters by artist Steve Vance. --Paul Gaita
So Happy Together: a look back at MST3K & Gamera
Gamera Obscura: a history by August Ragone
Gamera Vs. The Chiodo Brothers
The MST hour wraps
Original Japanese trailers
5 exclusive mini-posters by Artist Steve Vance
A fun romp with Joel and the Bots, as they quip through Gamera's family album! Complete 5-DVD set, wonderfully re-mastered, with great mini-posters. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Henry jebone
Terrific movies with commentary by Joel and the Bots. If you like MST3K... this is a great set to own. As always, the item was well packaged and the shipping was fast. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jeffrey Thresher
If you like Gamera, this is the box set to get. If you don't ... well, what's wrong with you?!
The only downside to this box set is that it comes with a Gamera movie... Read more
"Gamera is filled with meat. We are eating Gamera." If you know what that sentence means then you'll know why I gave this a 5 star rating. Read morePublished 7 months ago by manny
i love every episode of this show... i could watch them over and over. i am so thankful for the creative minds that came up with this excellent concept of a show!!Published 7 months ago by kristen meazell
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Oct 11, 2011 by Severin | See all 4 posts
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You should buy the originals themselves separately. They've all been remastered in all their widescreen glory with different audio tracks for original japanese or the english dubs, even the Sandy Frank versions on some. They look fantastic. Check 'em out.
May 13, 2011 by msnamikawa | See all 5 posts
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