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Trailer: Kaiju Make Good Soup in Crazy Trailer for MONSTER SEAFOOD WARS

If anticipation for the upcoming kaiju epic Godzilla vs. Kong has you climbing the walls, here’s something that may soothe that fever–or maybe it won’t. Either way, the trailers for Monster Seafood Wars is a sight to behold!

Synopsis:
Yuta, a young master at the Tsukiji Fish Market, accidentally drops his meal of mixed seafood into the Sumida River. Some time afterward a gigantic mutated squid monster arises from the depths and begins to wreak havoc upon an awe-stricken Tokyo. Attempts by the Japan Self-Defense Forces to stop the creature prove futile. As it seems things couldn’t get any worse an enormous mutant octopus monster emerges from the deep and heads into a clash of the titans with the gargantuan squid. As a last-ditch effort, the government forms the “Seafood Monster Attack Team (SMAT)” and an all-new plan of attack is immediately put into action. But just as the tide appears to be turning in humanity’s favor, a colossal crab monster appears, joining in the Monster Seafood Wars and plunging the world into culinary chaos.

Monster Seafood Wars is directed by Minoru Kawasaki and stars Yûya Asato, Ayano Yoshida Christie, and Hide Fukumoto.

If Monster Seafood Wars looks like something you’ve just got to own, you can order the Blu-ray now, HERE.

Monster Seafood Wars - Trailer: Kaiju Make Good Soup in Crazy Trailer for MONSTER SEAFOOD WARS

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Written by Josh Millican

Josh Millican is the Editor in Chief at Dread Central.

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