Godzilla takes on pollution and we bring on someone who has literally directed Godzilla before to talk about Godzilla’s stance.
From Earth’s pollution a new monster is spawned. Hedorah, the smog monster, destroys Japan and fights Godzilla while spewing his poisonous gas to further the damage.
David P. Kronmiller is a writer/director/standup. He appeared as a recurring character on TV’s Saved By The Bell: The New Class. His feature film, Boris and the Bomb, got into the Valley Film Festival (2019) and is starring Faran Tahir (Ironman), TJ Storm (Godzilla, Deadpool), Kavi Ladnier (Heroes) and J. Anthony McCarthy (Agent Carter) as Boris.
Synopsis: Godzilla fights pollution in the form of living sludge found by a scientist (Akira Yamauchi) and his son (Hiroyuki Kawase).
Release date: July 24, 1971
Director: Yoshimitsu Banno
Box office: 300 million JPY
Music by: Riichirô Manabe
Screenplay: Yoshimitsu Banno, Takeshi Kimura
Produced By: Tomoyuki Tanaka, Samuel Z. Arkoff
"The first couple minutes I wasn't too sure, but this one really started clicking and as the monster grew so did my enjoyment of the movie."David Kronmiller
"My wife said it was one of the worst Godzilla movies she had watched. I asked 'Are you kidding me?' God watch Son of Godzilla and All Monsters Attack and then try and tell me that!"Cullen
"I was really taken with this movie. Its a real standout and had me engulfed from the opening title sequence."Brandon Peters