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Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla / Godzilla vs. Destoroyah

4.3 out of 5 stars 271 customer reviews

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Godzilla Vs. Spacegodzilla
The powers of telepathy enter the ranks of high technology in this supernatural, super-powered Godzilla(r) adventure for the '90s! The military minds behind Japan's special Counter G Bureau enter the New Age with Project T, in which a telepathic amplifier is implanted in Godzilla(r)'s brain in order to bring the giant monster under control. And just in time! In a faraway galaxy, the mutant Space Godzilla turns its evil eyes toward earth, planning to terminate Godzilla(r) and conquer the planet for its own. With the Japanese Mafia infiltrating Counter G, the Bureau needs all the help it can get. Will Japan's greatest enemy Godzilla(r) become its closest ally? Amid all the smoke and high-tech firepower, not even the psychics know for sure!

Godzilla Vs. Destoroyah
With a super-charged blast from his nuclear past, a new Godzilla(r) emerges from his own ashes, radioactive and ready to take on Tokyo! The great lizard's nuclear energy is increasing by the minute, and a monster meltdown threatens to vaporize the planet. But when mutant micro-organisms unleash a plague of destruction, Godzilla(r) is Japan's only hope to destroy them. This victory creates Godzilla(r)'s deadliest challenge yet: the Oxygen Destroyer. And with Godzilla(r) Junior pulled into the ring, only the Super XIII can put the deep freeze on this three-way monster melee. The action is hot and the special effects are chillin' in this high-tech, high-powered Godzilla(r) thriller!

Special Features

  • Double Feature: Godzilla Vs. Destroyah (1995, 102 min.) & Godzilla Vs. Space Godzilla (1994, 108 min.)

Product Details

  • Actors: Takurô Tatsumi, Yôko Ishino, Yasufumi Hayashi, Megumi Odaka, Sayaka Osawa
  • Directors: Kensho Yamashita, Takao Okawara
  • Writers: Hiroshi Kashiwabara, Kanji Kashiwa, Kazuki Ohmori
  • Producers: Shogo Tomiyama, Tomoyuki Tanaka
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Anamorphic, Widescreen, NTSC, Color, Closed-captioned
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: January 1, 2002
  • Run Time: 210 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (271 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00003L9CB
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,804 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla / Godzilla vs. Destoroyah" on IMDb

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By Bryan Bugaj on May 21, 2006
Format: DVD
This double-sided DVD packs together two very different movies in that it combines one Godzilla movie that is widely considered to be one of the best ever, with one that is widely considered to be one of the weakest entries in the series. Both of these films feature Godzilla in what I like to call the "reluctant hero" role. Godzilla doesn't care about humanity and would love to stomp flat all of our cities, but the emrgence of some unforeseen threat thrusts him into the role of the planet's guardian. My four star rating is an average: 5 for Destoroyah, 3 for SpaceGodzilla.

Godzilla vs. Space Godzilla, from 1994, is the supposedly weak one. Godzilla faces off with a clone of himself, SpaceGodzilla, who supposedly arose when G-cells in space encountered a crystalline life-form and mutated - or something along those lines. Supposedly those cells came about from when Biollante was destroyed, although it has been pointed out that Biollante couldn't have existed in the same timeline as King Ghidora, given the time-travelling that took place in Godzilla vs. King Ghidora. The visual effects in this one are pretty good, except for the battle between SpaceGodzilla and Moguera in the asteroid belt, which looks utterly craptacualr. Moguera is a giant robot designed to fight Godzilla, but is deployed against SpaceGodzilla. Rumor has it that the Mechagodzilla from 1993's Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla II was supposed to be the human anti-Godzilla agent (rebuilt after getting fried in that movie), but Mechagodzilla and Godzilla would prove to be far too overpowering for SpaceGodzilla, thus making the final battle less suspenseful. Therefore, Moguera was introduced. I guess rebuilding MechaGodzilla would have put the defense force over budget.
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Format: DVD
The release contains 2 films on one disc - on Side A 1994's "Godzilla vs. Space Godzilla", and on Side B 1995's "Godzilla vs. Destroyer" (using the title "Godzilla vs. Destoryah" since "Destroyer" can't be copyrighted). Both sides were pretty even when it came to video quality. I'll start with the positive which is, unlike Sony's previous attempt with "Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah/Godzilla and Mothra: The Battle For Earth", that the disc presents the films in their original 1.85:1 widescreen ratio, and features anamorphic enhancement. Sadly however, both films, especially "Godzilla vs. Space Godzilla", contain a heavy amount of grain and print damage, and a fair bit of artifacting too. There was also a lot of discolouration and brightness issues too. You've gained one thing, but lost another.
One very basic setup, Toho's international English dubbing in Dolby 2.0. Like Sony's previous release, it generally sounds pretty good, with no distortion or other issues. It would have been nice to see a new 5.1 remix or the original Japanese soundtrack, but alas.
Absolutely nothing, unfortunately.
For everything Sony did right with "Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah/Godzilla and Mothra: The Battle For Earth" they did wrong with this, and vice versa. This release has the bonus of being in anamorphic widescreen, but looses extra features and the vivid image quality the previous release had. It's a simple barebones disc for those that want the film on DVD, but perfectionists will really need to look elsewhere.
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The release of Godzilla vs Space Godzilla and Godzilla vs Destroyer marks the first High Quality American release of these two films. The previous VHS versions of these films were poor quality SLP and badly cropped, destroying the original composition. The DVD is both widescreen and enhanced for 16/9 high definition Televisions. The surround sound is well done, though lacks the punch of the original Import laserdiscs . The picture is excellent, with only a little artifacting occasionaly noticable. The only demerit would be the poor dubbing job for both films , that makes them seem cheaper than they are. Tri-Star should have re-done the dubbing, or better yet, Provide the original Japanese language tracks for people who would prefer subtitles. The films are the last 2 of the HEISEI series, and are both greatly enjoyable. SPACEGODZILLA is a lighter movie, filled with great action sequences and a clever, if sometimes confusing plot. Visualy the film is a treat. The effects are more stylized than realistic, something common to Japanese films, and sometimes off putting to American viewers. The weakest effects are a space battle between The MOGERA robot and Space Godzilla, but it's so well edited and colorful that it can be forgiven. The final battle is great. The film can best be described as a 1970s Godzilla film that was GOOD! (unlike the real 1970s films that were pretty bad. Some people have disliked this film, but most seem to have understood that this was a FUN film, and went along for a great ride! Godzilla vs Destroyer is the last Godzilla film of this series, and is a dark, apocoliptic film, capturing much of the mood of the original GODZILLA movie.Read more ›
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