Rare Korean Kaiju Movie WAR OF THE GOD MONSTERS Comes To U.S. for the First Time!

SRS Cinema has brought the very rare Korean kaiju movie to American shores for the first time! The 1985 film, WAR OF THE GOD MONSTERS is also known as The Flying Monster. We have more details about the film including the trailer to check out and how to get a copy of the film for yourself.

From The Press Release

SRS Cinema is proud to bring you rare kaiju movies, and this is our oldest, rarest one yet – “War of the God Monsters” (Aka “The Flying Monster/ 비천괴수(Bicheongoesu)”).

A young reporter named Kang Ok-hee is writing a story about the theories of Dr. Kim, a scientist who believes that dinosaurs still exist in the modern world. When gigantic creatures suddenly appear and cause massive destruction, the doctor and journalist must find a way to save the world.

Extras (so far)
-Official Trailer
-Kaiju Trailers
-SRS Trailers
-Matt Frank artwork

As mentioned above, this lost kaiju movie from Korea has never been released in the USA before! Limited edition presales have started and copies are expected to start shipping around the end of March 2021. Limited edition, only 200 Blurays (Matt Frank art) and 50 VHS (Double sided art with Matt and Stefan Motmas artwork) will be sold. However if we sell out off the Blu-rays within first week of pre-sales we will up the run to 1000 and do fully pressed Blu-rays – which will then include double sided art – the 2nd piece by Stefan Motmas.  Order early and save!

We include free mini-posters AS SUPPLIES LAST. These are FREE and folded with your physical media, and not part of the actual purchase, just a bonus, again, as supplies last. However, you can opt to have your poster(s) shipped rolled here. (see the link for more answers to your questions). 

GRAB THE BLU RAY HERE

GRAB THE VHS HERE

GRAB THE T-SHIRTS HERE – MATT FRANK ART | STEFAN MOTMAS ART

CHECK OUT THE TRAILER HERE

About Michael Juvinall (4683 Articles)
I am a devoted husband and father. I have been a voracious horror fan since the early age of 5 and metal fan since I was 14. I watch all horror films but my great loves are classic horror films: Universal Monsters, Werewolves, Hammer Horror and an all-around affinity for things that go bump in the night! I'm also a huge fan of extreme metal music.

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