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Godzilla vs. The Sea Monster ! / Ebirah: Horror of the Deep ! [Blu-ray]

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When Ryota's brother Yata disappears at sea, the intrepid youth and his friends join forces with a slightly trustworthy bank robber, steal a boat and go after him! Of course, there's the little problem that Yata may be lost on a mysterious island where the evil terrorist organization Red Bamboo has enslaved natives to make heavy water for nefarious purposes. And that means dealing with the island's monstrous, 164 feet tall guardian EbirahT, as well as Red Bamboo's arsenal of super advanced weaponry. On the plus side, help may be at hand in the form of a nubile island girl, two tiny fairies, their giant protector MothraT and the big G himself, the mighty Godzillar. Surviving the results of all that "assistance" may not be guaranteed, but Red Bamboo will never want to tangle with teenagers AND Godzillar at the same time again! Take a South Seas cruise to non-stop mayhem and giant monster destruction with EBIRAHT- HORROR OF THE DEEP!

Product Details

  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Section 23
  • DVD Release Date: May 6, 2014
  • Run Time: 88 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (126 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00I462XGG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,990 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
The review you are about to read is on the Blu Ray of Godzilla vs The Sea Monster/Ebirah Horror of the Deep released by Kraken Releasing on May 6th, 2014.

Video:
Kraken Releasing delivered the goods. The transfer on this disc is nice and clean. Nothing on this disc comes off as out of place, sloppy or unprofessional. The colors are bright and vibrant, which makes it pleasant on the eyes. A part of me however wishes that they would've used the original Japanese credit sequence instead of the international title sequence, but at the same time it's very trivial, for I feel it doesn't ruin how beautiful the transfer is.

Audio:
The audio quality is very nice as well. Both the Japanese and English audio tracks are mastered into DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 mono. Despite sounding a bit boxy at certain points, both tracks come off very smooth, with no signs of damage. The volume on the English audio track is lower then the Japanese audio track, but not by much, and they're both pleasing to the ears. The Japanese language gives the option of subtitles.

Extras:
The only extra on the Blu Ray is a Theatrical Trailer to the movie with subtitles. Nothing too special, but still a nice bonus that the Sony DVD didn't include.

Overall:
It may be a budget buy considering that there isn't much in the way of special features, but I'd say that it's a good budget buy that's worth picking up if you don't have the Sony DVD, and can't afford it. Kraken Releasing also released this and their other two Godzilla movies on DVD as well, so incase you don't own a Blu Ray player, you have an alternative. I recommend it.
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Format: DVD
(Note: This review is for the DVD version of this new Kraken release, NOT the Blu-Ray)

I'm not going to comment on the quality of "Ebirah: Horror Of The Deep" (better known in the US as "Godzilla vs. The Sea Monster") too much, seeing as how others have done so more effectively than I ever could. Suffice to say it's a fun little Bond-inspired Godzilla flick from the 60s, a time when the franchise started taking itself less seriously but hadn't yet devolved into the total camp of the seventies. If you are a Godzilla fan and haven't seen this movie yet, you should.

The big question for those who HAVE seen this movie is this: should I buy this new DVD release from Kraken Publishing, especially if I already own the old 2004 Sony DVD? The answer to this is: yes, and sure, if a slight upgrade is worth the money to you. Let me explain. This is a perfectly adequate DVD presentation of this movie. In many ways it is the same DVD as the ten-year-old Sony disc (which was a good video and audio presentation of the movie). Both the Sony and the new Kraken versions use the exact same International print of "Ebirah", meaning that the title and credits are given in English instead of Japanese. The colors are exactly the same. The print damage that occasionally shows up is exactly the same. The picture on the Kraken DVD *is* slightly sharper, but that is the only visual difference. The audio - both the English and Japanese mono tracks - are exactly the same. Even the subtitles use the same translation (although they do look slightly different). The only big difference between this disc and the old Sony disc is the fact that the original Japanese trailer is included as an extra... also there aren't ads for other DVDs before the main menu (so kudos for that).
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THE STORY: Ryota, a hard-headed young man desperate to find his older brother, (who was lost at sea a few months before), commandeers a well-stocked yacht and sets sail for the south seas with two newly-made friends and a cryptic stranger aboard. The four eventually end up shipwrecked on mysterious Letchi island. But rescue or escape may prove extremely difficult as they soon discover that the island contains a secret base for the Red Bamboo, a nefarious paramilitary organization that is using their island complex to manufacture heavy water, a key ingredient in nuclear weapons. They have been kidnapping peaceful natives from nearby Infant Island, forcing them into slave labor. One of these, a beautiful girl named Daiyo, encounters our four castaways while attempting to escape from the patrolling Red Bamboo soldiers. As a means of insuring that no slaves escape and to keep all others away from the island, the Red Bamboo use the monstrous mutated lobster creature Ebirah, a by-product of their radioactive skullduggery, to patrol the deep waters offshore. Adding to the intrigue, Infant Island just so happens to be the sanctuary of benevolent insectoid demigoddess Mothra. And further complicating matters, (and unbeknownst to the Red Bamboo), Godzilla is slumbering in a seaside cavern on the far end of the island. The sinister schemes of the ruthless Red Bamboo are about to go up in smoke, at least if Daiyo can contact Mothra AND her plucky castaway friends can figure out a way to awaken the mighty Godzilla!

THOUGHTS: A sentimental favorite out of all the G-films, as it was the very first one I ever saw.
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