Thanks to our friends at Hanabee, we’ve got the Australian Premiere of “Gyo: Tokyo Fish Attack!” Based on the manga from esteemed horror author Junjo Ito, Gyo is a film that will question just how you would react under such a bizarre and creepy apocalypse.
“A horrible rotting stench has accompanied Kaori’s trip with her friends for graduation. The source? A fish on mechanical legs. But that fish is a part of a larger issue, as soon enough a nation wide invasion of these creatures is upon them and they’re carrying something far worse than a foul odor.
With Tokyo under siege by these creatures, Kaori cuts her graduation trip short in order to rescue Tadashi, her boyfriend, before he too becomes a victim. But it becomes a daunting task when the city is barely recognisable and there are fish around every corner threatening her own safety.
A biological experiment gone wrong or the simple natural progress of evolution, Kaori might find out a truth she may not want to know in her quest to rescue Tadashi from this pandemic.”
Check out “Gyo” and save the world from this fishy nightmare on Sunday at 3:30pm in the Riverside Theatre. BE WARNED: This film is not for the faint of heart and contains disturbing imagery.