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This kaiju movie is worth watching because it has nearly everything the first decade of those movies has to offer. Also, Gojira looks super pissed and spends most of his screen time flailing around and throwing rocks at random.
If you disregard the slow buildup and the worn-out assumptions behind the storyline, this horror movie is not bad.
This is a fake documentary / reality-tv movie shot in black and white about an independent film crew following a killer. It is interesting and ahead of it's time - think The Blair Witch Project (MYRICK and SANCHEZ 1999) concept with a Natural Born Killers (STONE 1994) storyline - but tedious (especially the first 30 minutes). Long monologue-like parts are separated by disturbing scenes and dark humor.
The trailer was made to look like an horror movie but it really is an horror comedy. It takes off slowly mostly because of uneven performances from experienced actors playing disappointing stock characters. When the action and the special effects kick in, it eventually gets interesting, yet insufficiently
This is a science-fiction movie with conspiracy elements. Many movies since the 50's dealt with this theme in more creative or insightful ways.