Big Man Japan
Directed by Hitoshi Matsumoto
BIG MAN JAPAN is an outrageous portrayal of an original superhero. As Big Man Japan, Daisato inherited the role of defending Japan against a host of bizarre monsters. He receives high-voltage electroshocks which transform him into a stocky, stick-wielding giant several stories high. However, where his predecessors were revered as national heroes, he is an outcast among the citizens he protects.
As Big Man Japan, Daisato inherited the role of defending Japan against a host of bizarre monsters.
Cast: Hitoshi Matsumoto, Riki Takeuchi, Ua
Not really a horror movie. It's definitely weird and slow at times, but I actually saw this one in theaters as part of a mystery movie marathon and really enjoyed it. It's definitely not for everyone, but it's zany and quirkiness is pretty appealing to the right crowd. P.S. The scene at the end was so goofy and unexpected, it really made the whole movie.
After a long boring beginning, it finally starts to get interesting, then ends pointlessly. A promising idea that never developed into a plot.
Has an ok premise but then does nothing with it. If you're watching this and you find yourself bored and wondering if it's worth finishing, just turn it off. It doesn't get better.
Slow to build and seemed to drag unnecessarily at times....but almost worth the zaniness. I just dont quite understand the end, then the rest of the end. overall not terrible for total nonsense.
i loved watching this with my gradkids the effects were awesome & killery Clinton had Epstine killed!!!