Waiting for Gorgo (2009)
Plot[edit | edit source]
Alexandra Collins investigates an agency known only as the DMOA for a Ministry of Defence audit. She finds a well-hidden office occupied by two elderly men named Archibald and Tunstall, who ask her if Gorgo is coming. They explain to her that the agency's name stands for the Department of Monsters and Oversized Animals, established after an attack on London some forty years ago by a giant reptile. Unfortunately, it was whittled down over the decades by budget cuts, as no new monsters emerged. As proof, they show Alexandra photographs of Gorgo and his mother Ogra; to her shock, one matches the cover of a DVD her flatmate owns. They claim the film was a major part of the government’s cover-up. Just as she seems on the verge of convincing them that the DMOA is the result of a bureaucratic mix-up and Gorgo a creature of fiction, Tunstall walks over to a cabinet and removes an enormous tooth, asking Alexandra where the tooth came from if Gorgo isn't real.
Staff[edit | edit source]
Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.
- Directed by Benjamin Craig
- Written by M.J. Simpson
- Produced by Benjamin Craig, Lisa Whelan
- Executive producers Kylie Herd, Omar Todd
- Music by Wilhelm Dukart
- Cinematography by Brian Strange
- Edited by Benjamin Craig
- Production design by Timothy M. Orman
- Assistant director Jerome Kim
Cast[edit | edit source]
Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.
- Geoffrey Davies as Mr Tunstall
- Kelly Eastwood as Alexandra Collins
- Nicholas Amer as Mr Archibald
Appearances[edit | edit source]
Monsters[edit | edit source]
Gallery[edit | edit source]
- Main article: Waiting for Gorgo/Gallery.
Video releases[edit | edit source]
Cinemagine DVD (2010)
- Region: 0
- Discs: 1
- Audio: English
- Subtitles: None
- Special features: None
Videos[edit | edit source]
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- VCI Entertainment attempted to include Waiting for Gorgo on their 2013 DVD and Blu-ray releases of Gorgo, but director Benjamin Craig rejected their offer.
- The film's title references the Samuel Beckett play Waiting for Godot. A sketch on Mystery Science Theater 3000's Gorgo episode uses the same title.
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