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Sometimes I wonder just how they manage to sell movies like this to potential producers; whether they simply tell 'It's about a Kappa that destroys stuff' and hope they don't ask for any further details, or if they have to ask them sit down and brace themselves whilst they explain exactly what they wish this movie to do. At least here they sold it to the right people; the producers who gave us 'Tokyo Gore Police' and 'Machine Girl' are on board, and that for me automatically seals the deal, I'm on board for the ride too. And this is one hell of a ride; this is the sort of B-Movie that makes Troma look like it's being serious; that harks back to Japan's glory days of Godzilla, mocking it as it proceeds. It's fully self aware and everything from the results work to the choreography of the wars has been done to exemplify that, finding the humour in it all. They've succeeded in making this movie thoroughly dreadful, cheapening everything to the mission of no return and in exchange they've delivered upon one of the most hilarious movies I've seen.When a pop star realises she hasn't got any talent, she resolves to travel back home to her grandparents so as to look after them like they looked after her as a teenager. Unfortunately their reunion is slash short when a group of speeding teens run over her granny and drive off (don't worry, Kappa gets revenge for her); her final words? "Protect Kappa." Slash to our mythical monsters specialist and we learn that a Kappa is a wrestling, cucumber loving, goblin/turtle who lives in lakes. And he just happens to love dancing to our protagonists brand of pop, much to the delight of our pretty but fully insane scientist. Using her melody vs her to attempt to capture the Kappa for her research, first undergone by her actually deceased grandfather, she sets to work fusing Kappa DNA with humans to make amphibious super soldiers. Well naturally this plan screws up so she detonates a nuclear warhead that gotta have misfired as all it did was make a creature that springs up to attack Tokyo Godzilla style. Who will save the country? Why that giant Kappa will of course!Bear in mind that this is a movie clocking in at less than 80 mins and you'll see just how tight the pacing is here. It doesn't spend any longer than the absolute minimum explaining itself so it can receive on with the parody, firing pun after pun within this joke of a film. The movie is unquestionably divided between the two sections; the opening forty mins a mini-film that alludes to the more modern brand of Japanese insanity; the 'Machine Girl,' 'Yakuza Weapon' and 'Robo-Geisha' style of insensibility full of obvious slapstick and oddball humour, which you'll either love or hate. It isn't until the second half of the movie – or perhaps it would be more apt to call this the 'second film' – that the Godzilla parody gets under way, finished with super-lasers and the crackpot military cocking their heads back and laughing in the control room, plotting and scheming whilst the creature gets to business with wanton destruction. The fact that there are two sides will automatically create this a difficult sell, the second half perhaps hitting it's tag more effectively due to the serious nature of the originals (albeit that's not how they're viewed now), but ultimately requiring prerequisite knowledge of two undeniably linked styles separated by time.Usually when faced with a budget directors have to be a tiny clever; they test darkness and the shadows to disguise sub-par work, they leave as much as possible to the audience's imagination, using the power of recommendation to receive into the audiences mind. Consider that at one mission our Kappa and his monstrous foe begin testing a minigame of volleyball; that the cars used are tiny more than remote controlled children's toys and you'll note that this director doesn't exactly follow this line of thought. Neither does he seem to like the concept of CGI, using rubber suits in a excellent homage to the flicks of the 70s – if it wasn't around 40 years ago, it won't be in this film. This is a flick that has so far been very poorly received and this seems to be on the fault of the audience; this isn't just a parody of the classics but destined to be a cult classic in its own right. It's cheap, nonsensical, batshit insane, and this is precisely why you could love it. Bring on the Blu-Ray!Originally published for http://liferthemoviecorner.blogspot.com/Note: Usually I don't post my work here, preferring the blog format, but since there seems to be a lack of a decent review here I thought I'd support fill the void. A lot have commented that this is a terrible film. It is. It's dreadful, and intentionally so, and that's what makes it amusing. Many will hate it, but if you're a fanatic of B-Movies "so terrible they're good" then this is an absolute must.
Wow. I love Godzilla movies. Yes even sometimes the terrible ones. But this.......wow. I can't support but wonder if this was supposed to be a parody of Kaiju films. If so, they might have listed that in the summary/description. Perhaps I should have watched it at the proper moment, in the proper mood, with the proper expectations.They create no attempt to hide the strings, the rubber suits, or the miniature models. The stage with the reporter comes to mind (if you dare to watch it, you'll know what I mean). The acting...........is bad. SOOOOOO bad. I only paid $12 for the blu-ray, and honestly I wouldn't pay a dollar for this.Maybe I might watch this one day for fun with friends, if we're drunk enough. Personally, I would classify/describe this film as a terrible parody making fun of Godzilla (and another kaiju) films, and it is NOT to be taken seriously.
Tomo'o Haraguchi's flawless rendering of Masakazu Migita's unforgettable screenplay left me, for lack of a better word, speechless. Upon hearing the names attached to this film, I came to Death Kappa expecting only the greatest and it did not disappoint. In fact, it filled my metaphorical cup to overflowing with its special blend of horror (offering a demonic mystery on par with The Exorcist), mythology-based fantasy (the epic wars of Clash of the Titans come to mind), and dark humor (think Units of Darkness). The dialogue is witty and well-delivered by an whole cast of perfect actors and actresses. While some may search it perhaps too literary and poetic, I recommend that the movie was intended to be viewed as a deep and artistic social commentary that requires few viewings to properly appreciate. In another words, Haraguchi has accomplished in a single movie what another philosophic Japanese directors, like Takeshi Kitano, have spent careers trying to express. Expect intelligent puns, a top-notch soundtrack, and even moments of heartbreaking interpretive dance.The cinematography leaves nothing to be desired and despite the relatively weak budget, the unique results are breathtaking. The underwater scenes literally left me gasping for air and the gore scenes are gritty and realistic, on par with the greatest moments of the Saw series. The Death Kappa itself is beautifully rendered yet stays real to the Kappas of Japanese folklore. I found the portrayal of this misunderstood and confused monster to be nothing less than Oscar-worthy and if Death Kappa does not receive an Oscar nod, I will be very surprised. In short, one of the best, if not THE best, movies of 2010.I leave you actually with a several lyrics from one of the film's most touching moments, sure to bring a tear to the eye of any real Death Kappa fan:Someday, we'll be together, you and me / I'm wearing panties again today / The stars above are all lucky, satisfied / I'm going to end up putting our secret inside a treasure chest / I promise I'll bleed with a smile on my face near the seashore.
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