Attack of the Super Monsters

Attack of the Super Monsters

Director: Toru Sotoyama Cast: Tom Wyner, Dan Woren, Robin Levenson
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Attack of the Super Monsters

Released by Trans-World, this animated cartoon feature begins miles beneath the earth. That rumbling you hear is the sound of prehistoric beasts, who have lived in this subterranean world for lo these many millions of years. Now, the monsters would like to see the light of day. They come to the surface, throwing civilization into turmoil as the mash and trample their way through the world. Barely released in theaters, Attack of the Super Monsters has received most of its American exposure via cable television.

Product Details

Release Date: 06/05/2007
UPC: 0018619190388
Original Release: 1982
Rating: NR
Source: Telavista
Region Code: 0
Sound: [Dolby Digital Stereo]
Time: 1:23:00
Sales rank: 36,451

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Attack of the Super Monsters
1. Year 2000 [4:50]
2. The Center [7:18]
3. Gemini Transfer [9:01]
4. Bats [13:52]
5. An Offer [7:05]
6. Rats [6:08]
7. The Refinery [2:56]
8. Stegosaurus [14:17]
9. Triceratops [1:47]
10. A Feeling [4:31]
11. New Monster [3:14]
12. Damaged [8:14]

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Attack of the Super Monsters 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I'm a big fan of giant monster movies and shows "Godzilla, Ultraman" and was very disappointed with this movie. Dinosaurs have survived for millions of years below the Earth's surface. They have become more intelligent than humans and have decided to take back the surface annihilating all humans in the process. The only thing that can stop them is a group of four super-powered teenagers "two of them look like old men in their 60's". The younger male and female can somehow combine themselves to become one cyborg being/vehicle called Gemini to fight the "terrifying" monsters. The movie is a mixture of live action, suitmation & animation. The animation is very crude, the rubber-suited monster are worse than what you see in Ultraman, and the live action is something out of the Thunderbirds. I believe the film was originally a tv show that a few of the episodes were combined to make this 83 minute movie, so there really isn't any satisfying conclusion to the story.