Godzilla vs. the Sea Monster Behind The Scenes Pics 2
I think what really makes the this and Son of Godzilla work so well is that they’re less about invasions and reacting to monsters. The core stories here remind me of Godzilla Raids Again in that it’s about more or less everyday people (less so in the case of SOG) dealing with a world of monsters. This is about a brother lost at sea and a criminal trying to escape and of course they end up on an island base for terrorists. Of course Godzilla is on the island. This is what life is like in the Toho universe. The monsters (as in SOG) are a landscape. This is real life and its what pushes the verisimilitude beyond what latex suits and puppets can accomplish. There’s something awesomely mundane about these beasts.