After the disappointing Godzilla's Revenge, this follow up is a mediocre offering in the franchise and is no wonder that ideas were starting to get stale. This is the eleventh film in the Godzilla series. In terms of plot, it lacks significantly, unlike others in the series, and that's saying a lot considering that the Godzilla franchise has put him against some pretty ridiculous foes. However, at this point, it is clear that the filmmakers were stuck in a creative rut and it shows on-screen. Each entry would bec9ome sillier and more stupid by this time around. Though, it is slightly enjoyable, just for its camp value, this is a mediocre entry in the series. The ideas that were written in the film's script simply don't hold up, and Godzilla VS Hedorah lacks anything truly worthwhile for the viewer to enjoy. Yes, it campy, and for that, it's amusing, but for the standard Godzilla formula that you've come to expect, it disappoints due to the lack of truly entertaining monster battles. By this time in the series, the battles are tiresome, and boring. Not to mention that the films in the series were more and more geared towards kids, thus the material becomes more and more silly. The quality of films in the series would lack, and that's saying something considering that nearly every entry in the series involved monsters battling it out. However by this point, the films were just stagnant, boring and not worth your time due to the fact that they started lacking in amusing content. The ideas that the filmmakers were coming up were pretty dumb and made this legendary franchise, which was once great, into an uninspired money making series of lacking feature films that simply recycled old ideas and tried to hide that by creating seemingly "new" stories.