Season 2 at Kaijuvision Radio begins with the first non-Godzilla kaiju film from Toho Studios. This Japanese take on the Abominable Snowman phenomenon is a story about the dark side of humanity. The Japanese cut of the movie is effectively banned in Japan because of its depiction of the Ainu people as savages. I find interesting parallels between this film and Disney’s “Song of the South” (1946), as well as “Boggy Creek II: And the Legend Continues” (1984), which was made famous by Mystery Science Theater 3000. The related topic is The Genetic Origin of the Ainu People.
This episode is dedicated to the great Ishiro Honda.
I’d like to send a shout-out to our patron Sean Stiff for donating at the Kaiju Visionary level. Thank you for your support! I really appreciate it.
Introduction: 0:00 – 4:27
Part 1 – Film Description: 4:27 – 11:08
Part 2 – Opinion and Analysis: 11:08 – 28:57
Part 3 – Related Topic: 28:57 – 40:18
Closing: 40:18 – End
Host/Editor/Director/Scenic Videos: Brian Scherschel
Video Location: American Electric Power Building, Fort Wayne, Indiana
Video Notes: The clouds in this video are part of the west edge of the remnants of Hurricane Florence, taken on September 17, 2018 in Fort Wayne. We wish a speedy recovery to everyone effected by this disastrous hurricane.
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