Garo Makai no Hana 04

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Episode 04
Movie 映画
Garo -Makai no Hana- episode
Writer
Director Yamaguchi Yudai
Original air date April 26, 2014 (2014-04-26)
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Important things that happened[edit]

Horror[edit]

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Horror Ilgishin[edit]

ホラー・イルギシン

Human form - Harima

Gateway - Not shown, but probably the film that was knocked down

Played by Kitarou

http://garo-project.jp/TV4/horror/?file=04

Guests[edit]

Harima
  • Harima - Kitarou ハリマ  - きたろう
  • Horror Ilgishin - Nakayama Kai ホラー・イルギシン  - 中山甲斐
  • Sasajima - Sasaki Daisuke ササジマ  - 佐々木大介
  • Nakata - I am Noda ナカタ  - アイアム野田
  • Barbara - SAORI バーバラ  - SAORI

Music[edit]

Trivia[edit]

  • Apparently Raiga has inherited his mother's love of art, but not her talent. He tries to sketch a portrait of Gonza, but Mayuri mistakes it for a Horror.
    • Gonza is posing like famous painting, The Scream. The mask for the killer in Scream is said to be based on the same painting, so it's thematically fitting that he does so in this episode.
  • Kitarou was the eccentric owner of Pore-Pore Cafe in Kuuga.
  • The opening song was replaced with a black and white, old-school cinematic opening.
  • Barbara, the girl in the film, is named after the protagonist of George Romero's Night of the Living Dead which is mentioned several times in the episode.
  • The name of the theater is Theater Showa.
  • Several movies that are parodied in this movie are Night of the Living Dead, 28 Days Later, Scream, Hostel, and Silence of the Lambs.
  • Ilgishin also made reference to the Cannes International Film Festival and Berlin International Film Festival.
  • The episode pokes fun at itself, by Zaruba insulting the Horror by saying his movie is no better than a special effects TV show. Then the Horror complains about the modern over dependence on CGI.