Demeking, the Sea Monster (2009)

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Demeking, the Sea Monster
Japanese poster for Demeking: The Sea Monster
Directed by Kotaro Terauchi
Producer(s) Syunsuke Fujiwara
Written by Takashi Imashiro
Music by Chika Fujino
Distributor JollyRogerJP
Cinema EpochUS
Rating N/A
Running time 100 minutes
(1 hour, 40 minutes)
Aspect ratio 1.85:1
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Demeking, the Sea Monster (デメキング,   Demekingu, lit. Demeking) is a 2009 Japanese kaiju film co-produced by DefStar Records, JollyRoger, OKWave, Organic, and Tornado Film. It was released to Japanese theaters on March 7, 2009.


"In 1969, a young man named Hachiya finds an anonymous letter in a glass bottle which foretells of the apocalyptic arrival of a cosmic monster known as Demeking. Since then, he has physically prepared himself in a lone struggle for that fateful day when the monster will arrive."


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Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.

  • Directed by   Kotaro Terauchi
  • Written by   Takashi Imashiro
  • Produced by   Syunsuke Fujiwara, Masafumi Fukui, Akira Ikegami, Kanetou Kanemoto, Norio Konishi, Takafumi Ohashi, and Kyosuke Ueno
  • Music by   Chika Fujino
  • Cinematography by   Yoshiko Osawa
  • Edited by   Yoshitsugu Sagami
  • Production design by   Yuji Kasamura
  • Assistant directing by   Yuki Kondo
  • Special effects by   Tsuyoshi Kazuno


Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.

  • Chiyoko Asami   as  
  • Manami Honjo   as  
  • Guts Ishimatsu   as  
  • Ryoma Ito   as  
  • Kohei Kiyasu   as  
  • Takashi Matsuo   as  
  • Takeshi Nadagi   as  
  • Amane Nikai   as  
  • Sato Panch   as  
  • Goki Sano   as  
  • Hiroshi Yamamoto   as  
  • Zenjiro   as  



Video releases

Cinema Epoch DVD (2010)

  • Region: 1
  • Discs: 1
  • Audio: Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Special features: Photo gallery, trailers
  • Notes: Out of print.

A digital copy of Demeking, the Sea Monster can also be rented or purchased through YouTube.


Main article: Demeking, the Sea Monster/Gallery.


Japanese Demeking, the Sea Monster trailer


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4 months ago
Score 0
can you help me take a picture of the Demeking Eggs? i need it for the List of Minor Monsters (Not my Sandbox Page).

Toa Hydros

40 months ago
Score 0

My Thoughts: Demeking, the Sea Monster

As far as kaiju films go, Demeking the Sea Monster (from SPAAAAAACE :P) is a strange one. The first third of the movie really strikes me as odd: It's people doing... stuff. Just... stuff; exercising, riding bikes, ect. Nothing of real importance is said either, no exhibition and very little significant backstory.

Once the group starts learning about Demeking is when the film starts to become interesting, which ultimately leads up to the titular monster's appearance, via the dream sequence, which ends up being some surprisingly good monster action. After that, the film just kinda putters out on a low note.

Overall, not for every kaiju fan, but those seeking something a little different from the genre might like it.


44 months ago
Score 0
Demeking needs his own page. I love his design!


44 months ago
Score 1
Demekind is a pretty kool name