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Gamera - Ultimate Collection - Volume 1

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  • Actors: n, a
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: MillCreek
  • Release Date: May 6 2014
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  • ASIN: B00I099JWI
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #31,653 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Your favorite giant turtle returns to Earth leaving no fire-spitting scene behind. Beautifully captured to their lavish original cuts, viewers can experience four-times the thrills of this legend sci-fi classic like they have never seen before! Gamera: The Giant Monster (1965) The first entry of this Sci-Fi epic takes place midst the peak of the Cold War, as conflict between the East and West transforms into a nuclear disaster! This atomic explosion releases more than massive radiation, it awakens an ancient and long-forgotten legend of – Gamera! Gamera vs. Barugon (1966) Once the fear of Tokyo, Gamera returns to earth to save it from the malevolent monster Barugon who is able to freeze anything its path. This unholy battle between fire and ice challenges the survival of mankind while bringing them an incredible slam-bang, knock-down monster slug-fest! Gamera vs. Gyaos (1967) The third entry of this classic monster series continues when a volcanic eruption awakens Gyaos, a gigantic vampire-like bat who has a ravenous hunger for blood. Gyaos is Gamera’s most popular foe, returning in four more films (not counting the stock footage in SUPER MONSTER). Can the fire-spitting terrapin Garmera defeat this nocturnal beast? Gamera vs. Viras (1968) The reign of terror continues when aliens take two boy scouts hostage to blackmail Gamera into aiding their invasion of Earth.

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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa542075c) out of 5 stars 42 reviews
10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa614df9c) out of 5 stars Good to see these films, but who did the transfer? May 18 2014
By Robert Morris - Published on Amazon.com
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Thanks to Mill Creek for releasing these films on Bluray, but seriously guys, who did the transfer and encoding?
As mentioned by John Field and others in their reviews, the first film "Gammera The Giant Monster", has a series of light, yet noticeable lines throughout the film and add to that a few sound dropouts in the first few minutes. I found you could deminish the "lines" on the screen by watching in "cinema" mode, but that's really not the point. They shouldn't be there. And to top it off at 0:04-22 when an unknown bomber explodes there's a frame that's completely pixelated. It's a very poor job. I checked it on two bluray players and the computer and got the same pixelated frame each time. So I went to slow-mo and there it was. Ok, it's only one frame, but it should not have happened. The other 3 films are in colour and "OK" for the most part although "Gamera vs. Barugon" has an odd "jump" at 0:09-07. I was so looking forward to this release, and honestly I've been left feeling a little disappointed by it. 3 stars, it's "JUST OK".
18 of 23 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa61501e0) out of 5 stars Never has a campy film about a giant turtle looked so good! April 29 2014
By Marty McFly - Published on Amazon.com
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Now if your familiar with the kaiju genre you should know who Gamera is. A giant turtle who released upon mankind thanks to a nuke waking him up. What followed are a series of films where he fights completely crazy looking monsters that Earth (or some kids). This is no Godfather or Citizen Kane in terms of quality but it gets the job done and can give you some good laughs. For the price of 15 bucks I recommend this to any fellow kaiju film lover, these films looking amazing in this bluray. Now if your new to Gamera I suggest the Trilogy which a far more serious take on the monster. ALSO I must warn you this is a bargain pack, each fil come in Japanese with English SUBS and no English DUB. Also this bluray contains no extras.
9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa6150438) out of 5 stars Showa Gamera 1965 to 1968 June 5 2014
By Kevin - Published on Amazon.com
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These are the first four Gamera films in their original Japanese releases, subtitled, no dubs and uncut. I am a fan of the Heisei trilogy of the late 1990's. Now I watched those movies first so I was already a Gamera fan before buying this set. I was well aware of their campiness, well more than campy, these films are absolute bonkers. The idea of Gamera is absurd. Think about it, giant turtle with tusks, breathes fire, and in the old films, he can fly through space. Not just fly, but fly IN SPACE! Not everyone can wrap their heads around that and it is one of the reasons why Gamera has enjoyed nothing more than cult status in the West compared to his more familiar rival from Toho. Supposedly Gamera is right up there in popularity in Japan second only to Godzilla. I will write a brief review for each of the four films

Gamera: Comparisons to the Godzilla films are inevitable in the first two Gamera films. The first film itself is not the best quality. The acting seemed phoned in. The black and white made Gamera look scarier, but he will look goofy soon enough and honestly, there isn't anything wrong with that. He is so much more lovable that way. The sets are amazing. Amazing. Like whatever money they did not spend on the suits and quality actors, they spent on the sets. Besides the FX scenes, the film would have been forgettable if not for it being the first Gamera film.

Gamera vs. Barugon: The main monster of this film is not to be confused with Baragon who first appeared in Toho's Frankenstien vs. Baragon, then Destroy All Monsters and finally Godzilla, Mothra, King Ghidorah: Giant All-Out Monsters Attack. Basically they took the concept of Baragon, gave him a longer horn, shorter ears and changed the "o" to a "u" and they have another monster. Sure his look and name may appear to be a rip off, but his powers aren't. He has this freezing spray that ends up to be Gamera's weakness. He also shoots rainbows out of his back. Rainbows. So not only Gamera is absured, his foes are even crazier. Plot-wise the film is better. The main human villain is a complete a-hole. Sometimes more entertaining than the actual monster fight. Check it out

Gamera vs. Gyaos: Now these were these films start to come into their own. It is like the filmmakers realize that Gamera is an insane concept so they decided to make the films more insane. This one centers around a road construction by this volcano. It is very boring. Some guys are pissed because they are not getting their money, but who cares. The real deal is the fights. Oh my god this film has three monster fights. Gyaos is so B.A. The King Ghidorah of the Gamera series. The fights were brutal. Just brutal. I can't decide which of these four films I like better, this one or the next one I am about to review

Gamera vs. Viras: This is the first Gamera film to have children as the lead cast. The first and third film had a kid in it but they were never the lead. Just some annoying little punk shouting "Gamera!" all the time. You just want to slap them. I think it is better to watch these films in the mindset of children, you can enjoy them more. This one takes place mostly in space. Two kids get kidnapped by aliens because they realized that Gamera has a fondness for children, he is after all "Friend to all children" so they hold them hostage to control Gamera and have him destroy earth so they can take over. The final fight was crazy, I mean these were directed towards kids but they can get graphic. I guess it is okay if the monsters bleed in any color but red. There's a nice touching scene where two children have a race with Gamera. You will see what I mean about Gamera being lovable.

Overall, the picture and sound quality was as expected for a HD transfer. The best it can be. I just wish they had better subtitles. They looked like they were typed in a hurry and the font was hard to read. As much as I prefer watching these films in the original language, I wish they would have a dub audio option. I don't mind reading them but the dub can't be any more ridiculous than what I am reading. Anyway if you love Gamera or into those giant monster movies, check it out. They are fun, will make you laugh. Just turn your brain off, pretend to be a kid again and enjoy.
9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa6150774) out of 5 stars Odd Picture Prioblem on first Film April 30 2014
By John Field - Published on Amazon.com
I just viewed the first film which is in black and white. The image has a distinct problem that cannot be ignored. Spread throughout the image is a series of light, yet noticeable lines. These lines run horizontal and appear as what looks like some kind of video noise. These do not go away. The other three movies which are in color, are fine. Anyone else notice these? If this was caused in the mastering process, it needs to be corrected.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa61509c0) out of 5 stars Gamera is GREAT!! July 24 2014
By Brian E - Published on Amazon.com
I finally purchased this after seeing the new Godzilla movie. And these are CLASSIC Japanese giant monster movies!!! They really cleared up the pictures of these films. And I really enjoy how these are!
So wheather you are new to the genre or a die hard fan, this is a great product to have!

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