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Kraa! the Sea Monster
Kraa the Sea Monster
Actors: Michael Guerin, Jerry Lentz, Jon Simanton, R.L. McMurry, Teal Marchande
Directors: Aaron Osborne, Dave Parker
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
PG     2003     1hr 9min


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Actors: Michael Guerin, Jerry Lentz, Jon Simanton, R.L. McMurry, Teal Marchande
Directors: Aaron Osborne, Dave Parker
Creators: Joe C. Maxwell, Charles Band, Kirk Edward Hansen, Rob Martin, Steve Sechrest, Benjamin Carr
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Sub-Genres: Horror, Alien Invasion, Aliens
Format: DVD - Color
DVD Release Date: 12/09/2003
Release Year: 2003
Run Time: 1hr 9min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 3
MPAA Rating: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
Languages: English

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Member Movie Reviews

Reviewed on 4/20/2010...
Real cheez-whiz. An alien bad guy in a skull mask (that looks suspiciously like a welding helmet my boss owns) sends a giant sea monster (a guy in a bad foam rubber faux-Japanese monster suit down to Earth to destroy some chintzy miniature buildings. The fat biker hero and a slimey little alien with a funky Italian accent (I swear I'm not making this up) aided by some grade Z Power Ranger wannabes save the Earth. Yay! Kinda fun if you like really crappy movies. Mike Nelson, Krow, and Tom Servo should have been sitting down front heckling this turkey.
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Big goofy monster makes for big goofy fun.
Chadwick H. Saxelid | Concord, CA United States | 01/17/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Lord Doom is tired of sitting in the middle of a cold, dead planet. He wants to live somewhere that is warm. So he instructs his dwarf henchman to send planet destroyer Kraa off to Earth to wipe out its civilization, thus making a takeover easier. The Planet Patrol gets wind of this horrid plan and attempts to stop Lord Doom. But Doom anticipated this and knocks their Death Star kinda thingie into self-destruct mode. The Patrol does manage to send an operative to Earth to stop Kraa though. His name is Mogyar and he kind of looks like a cheese covered crab, and he takes in an Italian accent!Oh how I love this small, dumb movie. It rips off everything that was popular in 1998. Godzilla, The Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers, Star Trek, Men In Black, and it even tosses in Masters of the Universe for good measure. I doubt that words can get across how gleefully stupid I think this thing is. Kraa! The Sea Monster was one of two attempts at making old school style Kaiju funness by Charles Band's once Paramount funded Full Moon Pictures. The other was Zarkorr! The Invader. By 1998 the deal with Paramount was finis and Band was on his own. Still with a little bit of cash (and a studio in Romania) he attempted to keep up the crank 'em out fast ethic alive. Under the Full Moon umbrella such smaller 'speciality' productions were founded. Pulsepounders (for tween entertainments), Surrender Cinema (for the *ahem* mature audiences), and Monster Island Entertainment (which distributed Zarkorr and Kraa) are the three I clearly remember, but I am sure there were one or two more. Sadly the whole operation crashed and burned within a year or two and, for awhile, Band floundered. Ever the astute survivalist though, Band has rebounded and Full Moon lives again! So Kraa! The Sea Monster now sees life on DVD. Sadly director Aaron Osbourne (or Dave Parker) contributes no commentary. Heck, I doubt there are even any chapter stops! There are some trailers, but parents be warned. Most of the trailers are for Full Moon's skin exposing output, which makes this juvenile friendly movie a rather juvenile unfriendly disc release sadly enough.Clearly Kraa is aimed at kiddie's, what with its teen heroes dolled up as Star Trek convention attenders and acting like they are Power Ranger style defenders of the galaxy. Sadly they spend most of the movie trying to fix their busted Death Star station while the talking cheese covered crab attempts to convince the MiBs that he came in piece and can stop Kraa. There is a generous amount of building smashing and the monsters are goofy looking (look close when Kraa smashes through the power lines, you can see the man in the suit's chin behind the teeth) yet still kind of cool looking (well Kraa is). The only down side is that the dwarf henchman isn't played by Phil Fondacaro. Mr. Fondacaro is one cool dude. The dwarf in this movie, while I am sure he is a nice enough fellow, just doesn't hold a candle to the coolness that is Phil Fondacaro. We need more movies with Phil Fondacaro.I wish that Full Moon had done more Kaiju!"
A good cheese movie for the kid in us all.
Chadwick H. Saxelid | Concord, CA United States | 02/15/2001
(3 out of 5 stars)

"You want a good giant monster movie then rent something made by the Toho studios or featuring stop motion animation from Ray Harryhausen. If you want just dumb fun then you could do a whole lot worse than Kraa! The Sea Monster. A talking cheeseburger (believe me) tries to enlist the aid of some earthlings to battle a giant sea monster that threatens the world! Not great, but I found it a lot of fun on a Bert I Gordon level of filmmaking."
Chubby Gillman stomping New Jersey
J. D. Webster | anywhere, VA | 01/09/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Alright guys, this is not suppose to be some masterpiece entry into the monster genre. It is suppose to be straight to video and fun, and i think it really delivered on what it was ment to be. True an itialian speaking mollusk that sounds like the worst sterotype for Mario is dumb.....but what you want.....that or a cute and cuddle pikachu wanna be. Only real complaint i have is the Planet Patrol.....eesh. Ok, teenagers that travel the galaxy like an interglactic police force......yeah. That is all i am saying on that.Ok, now for the real reason y you people bought this dvd. Kraa. I admit, at first i kinda cringed at the sheer bulkness of the suit, over time watching it, i have grown accustom to it. It kinda is like a lovechild from the Creature from the Black Lagoon, and the gillman from Monster Squad. The minitures and effects are fun to watch, though nothing extravagant. Kraa really didnt remind me of a dangerous world demolishing creature. I guess the Dr. Doom rip off villian didnt quit think his plan all the way through. Ah well.Story is easy to follow. Kraa gets sent to earth. Speaking mollusk gets sent after to help earthlings build a gun that in the end kills poor kraa. The fish didnt see it coming *sob*Overall...its worth the 10 bucks. But i still like Zarkorr better, and admit people to get that one first. Hopefully this is help the shy people from debating to buy this."