Robots vs Unicorns: ULTRAMAN Double Bill

Twice the ULTRAMAN! Twice The Fun! ULTRAMAN Double Bill!


ULTRAMAN X THE MOVIE (2016 / 72 minutes)

ULTRAMAN GINGA S THE MOVIE (2014 / 63 minutes)



$8 Children under 16

$12 Adults


Note: The show is 135 minutes long (or like the running time of STAR WARS FORCE AWAKENS) and there will be an intermission between movies. Both films are dubbed in English. Sorry purists, this was the only way we could get them!

The world famous Ultraman character was created by Mr. Eiji Tsuburaya in 1966.  Mr. Tsuburaya was the special effects creator of Godzilla and many other classic Japanese movie monsters, such as Rodan, Mothra, King Ghidorah, and the Gargantuas.  Tsuburaya Productions Co., Ltd. has produced numerous feature films and TV series over the past fifty years, with Ultraman being the company’s most famous character/brand/franchise.  This double bill features all new Ultraman superhero characters.

When realty TV host Carlos Kurozaki breaks into a mysterious underground pyramid for a television event, he removes a special gem. . . and unwittingly releases a diabolical monster called Zaigorg! The evil creature wants Kurozaki’s gem, so it spawns an army of giant kaijus to get it! It’s up to the famous superheroes Ultraman X, Ultraman Tiga, and the one and only original Ultraman to stop the worldwide monster war!  ULTRAMAN X THE MOVIE is the special 50th Year Anniversary film of Tsuburaya Productions iconic superhero character ULTRAMAN. 

In ULTRAMAN GINGA S THE MOVIE, a sinister space warrior, Etelgar, forces a beautiful young alien princess, Alena, to use her magical mirror to trap every Ultraman hero in the Galaxy! In order to stop Etelgar and save the princess and their fellow Ultramen, two brave young men, Hikaru and Shou, must each transform into new Ultra-heroes, Ultraman Ginga and Ultraman Victory, and combine their super-powers! Thus begins an epic battle of the greatest Ultraman heroes teaming up to defeat Etelgar and his army of villainous space warriors! 


Details: 135 min. PG 2016 Japan