War God (1976)

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War God
Directed by Chun Hongmyin
Produced by Chun Hongmyin
Written by Fwu Ciyinhwa
Rating PG
Running Time 91 minutesSK
(1 hour, 31 minutes)
Aspect Ratio 1.70:1
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War God (戰神,   Zhànshén) is a 1976 tokusatsu kaiju film produced by Dominic Pictures. The movie was released to Taiwanese theaters on July 24, 1976.


A trio of gigantic white-colored aliens (supposedly Martians) attack Hong Kong. With humanity desperate and with no scientific means to combat the invaders, a statue of the legendary Guang Gong comes alive. And grows to a matching height, in order to face the aliens in battle.


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

  • Directed by   Chun Hongmyin
  • Written by   Fwu Ciyinhwa
  • Screenplay by   Fwu Ciyinhwa


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

  • Yu Ming Lun   as   Chao Chun
  • Tse Ling-Ling   as   Li Yu
  • Cindy Tang Hsin   as   Chun Lan



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Main article: War God (1976 film)/Gallery.


Main article: War God (1976 film soundtrack).

Alternate Titles

  • Hong Kong Calamity (香港大災難; Hong Kong)
  • Guan Gong VS. The Aliens (关公大战外星人; China Mainland)

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Astounding Beyond Belief

17 months ago
Score 0
Where did this title come from? I've seen it called War God everywhere else.


17 months ago
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This page is quite old, so I'm really not sure. God of War and War God are minor translation differences though, so its understandable. If its more accurate as War God, go ahead and change it.


21 months ago
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This is the original and the PlayStation games are ripoffs.

Green Blob Thing

21 months ago
Score -1
Uh, I highly doubt that the people who made God of War were aware of the existence of an obscure Japanese movie from 1976 with the same name as their game series.

The King of the Monsters

21 months ago
Score 1
I'm pretty sure he was being sarcastic.