Who Is Filmyzilla?
Filmyzilla is a fictional character created by writer Kevin Dunn and drawn from the Japanese Pop culture. The character was created as an homage to the pop culture monster, Godzilla. The movie is subtitled with the voice of Godzilla. This animated series is not only enjoyed by children, but is something that adult viewers will find fascinating as well. In this article, we are going to take a look at Filmyzilla, his creation, his fighting, and ultimately the conclusion of the film.
Filmyzilla first made his debut in Godzilla:
The Legend of Monsters. The story line revolves around an interdimensional creature called Filmy. Filmy is a creature that resembles a cross of ectoplasm and liquid. He works with a scheme to take over the earth by taking over the Tokyo dome. This would grant him complete control over the land.
The plot was slow at first, as many of the characteristics of the plot were not explained. The audience was not sure exactly how this giant creature could take over the city. The plot focused more on the philosophical side of things. It showed that Godzilla was not just a symbol of power for fighting creatures like Filmy, but was in fact a being who cared about the world and who cared about humanity in general.
Godzilla returned in Godzilla vs. Megalon, which took the story to the next level. Here, the stakes are much higher, and the stakes get higher every minute. The intensity and the ferocity of the characters are much greater.
Filmyzilla’s appearance in this movie is quite different from his previous appearances. Instead of being a spiky green suit, he now wears a blue and white suit that consists of a jacket that has some blue stripes and a beaded belt. The suit itself is covered in blue flames, and the bottom part of the suit has a clear area where a clear plug can be inserted. This plug provides Filmy the ability to breathe underwater.
Version of Filmyzilla
What makes this version of Filmyzilla truly frightening is the way he attacks his opponents. As he drags them into the water, he makes them swim faster and swim harder than normal. Then, when he grabs their ankles and forces them underwater, he drags them down. Filmy will then slam his knees onto their chests, so quickly that they actually go underwater right before the monster releases its attack. Then, he makes them jump out of the water.
The way the suit fits Filmy also provides him with an incredible amount of strength. He is able to slam the head of his opponent and bring it down through the water. Filmy even once broke free from the grip of his attacker long enough to grab a hold of a truck and haul it away! Because Filmyzilla is strong, he can even lift the heads of his enemies. In fact, he once lifted a tank in his suit, which would have been impossible with any human.
All of these incredible abilities came about because of the suit that Filmyzilla wore. A suit such as this allows him to move with amazing speed and strength and to fight toe to toe with any creature who gets in his way. Filmyzilla has impressed both audiences and his creators with his abilities and personality. Anyone who doesn’t have a Godzilla suit in their collection of King of the Monsters toys and figures should definitely add Filmyzilla to their collection!
Filmyzilla’s ability to break through other creatures’ skulls and go through walls is what got him noticed in the first place. Thanks to the suit, Filmy can run faster and leap higher than any human being. Filmy also has superhuman strength, which allows him to throw his suit at massive weights without breaking it. These traits earned Filmy a starring role in the Godzilla films.
Different styles of Filmy’s
Filmy’s popularity led to several different styles of his suit. Some are patterned after actual suits worn by Godzilla, some feature Filmy in white with red stripes, and some even feature Filmy in a gorilla costume. Regardless of the different styles of Filmy’s suit, they all have one thing in common: they all look fantastic! Filmy is even featured in a number of different commercials and films, including one of the greatest monster smash movies of all time, Godzilla. He is an integral part of the series and was even immortalized in the song “Godzilla” by American rock band Aerosmith.
Story about Filmyzilla
Filmyzilla has an interesting history. Unlike most of the other characters in the Godzilla series, Filmy wasn’t born with his suit. He was rather born in captivity, where he was experimented on and transformed into one of the more reptile like creatures in the Godzilla series. It is possible that Filmy might be the offspring of an adult Gigano, since his mother looked very similar to the female Gigano. There is also the possibility that he is the father of Toho’s King Kong.