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Cabin Fever: Godzilla vs. Megalon

Sun, Feb 16 / 3 pm
Free Admission!
Directed by Jun Fukuda
1973, Japan, 78 min

There will be free stop motion animation workshops offered by Art City one hour prior to the screening.

The ancient underground civilisation of Seatopia decides that it is time to take back what was once theirs, Earth. So they use their own monster, Megalon, and enlist the help of Gigan to do it. A scientist has just created a robot called Jet Jaguar who is sent to Monster Island to inform Godzilla of the dual threat. As always it is up to Godzilla to save the Earth!” Andrew Smith, Popcorn Pictures.


What started as a dream in 2005 has blossomed into an annual rite of passage for parents and their kids. They can shake the snow off their boots and spend an afternoon at the movies for free every Sunday throughout January and February. The popularity of this series, aimed at children 6-12, means that families with children will be seated first. We appreciate your cooperation.

We gratefully acknowledge the support of the Assiniboine Credit Union.

     

Generously  Sponsored by IATSE 856 

Reviews

A goofy kitchen sink ’70s flick of car chases, fist fights, comedy bits, mega robots, aliens, undersea citizens, and nuclear fallout. Megalon’s pacing rapidly segues into streams of monster action, showcasing an unhinged creature design with the flying robot bug Megalon and a space chicken from the prior year’s Godzilla vs Gigan. The nonsense is so wonderful it stings.
-Matt Paprocki, DoBlu.com
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