Ben LaBarre’s review published on Letterboxd:
Was not expecting enjoy Godzilla vs Hedorah this much on my rewatches but here we are.
It has flaws don't get me wrong, theres some structural problems, but it's gotta be one of the most interesting Godzilla movies in the whole franchise.
There's some real transgressive imagery and definitely has a unique style.
I also find it hilarious that it accurately depicts hippies as completely fucking useless (I don't know if it's intentional or not)
I actually feel like I have a lot more to say, especially about some of its imagery (eg. The cat, fish people and more)
Best movie ever made