Subs: (Subs are not included in the torrent or DDL, please get them below)
I originally had no plans to do this movie. Don’t get me wrong I love the hell out of it and it’s a great film, but my heart was really set on ZO. With that recent MU take down the only ZO raw I could find has vanished from the internet. But around the same time FortMax from Bunny Hat posted some raws for Kamen Rider J, Kamen Rider World, and a bunch of cool extras so I said “why not?” and got to work. Big thanks goes out to a random Anon who posted the original English subs on /m/, and to Ignis who gave me Spanish script with the ED timed. Both of these scripts worked beautifully and I was able to cobble them together to make one perfect script.
Anyways, this movie is about an enviromental journalist named Kouji (played by Mochizuki Yūta, also known as Geki from Zyuranger). Kouji is taking pictures in a mountain when a young girl he befriended brings him some coffee. And wouldn’t you know it? She gets kidnapped! I won’t spoil anymore of the film becuase it’s a fun ride.
This movie was directed by the legendary Keita Amemiya who is known for his work on Shin Kamen Rider (SFX supervisor), GARO (Creator, Character Design and Director), Kamen Rider ZO (Director, Monster designer), the Zeiram duology (Director, Character Design), Mechanical Violator Hakaider (Director) and Kidou Keiji Jiban (Creator). He’s also directed a few episodes of Jetman, and Zyuranger. And of course he designed the monsters in J aswell. If you like any of Amemiya’s works then you’ll love this movie.
The other feature is Kamen Rider World which was a short movie that was shown at amusement parks and such. It was originally in 3D but only the Blu Ray has the feature on it. Basically this is a short crossover with ZO and J where they fight ShadowMoon and a bunch of revived monsters. Shiro Izumi (ChangePegasus from Changeman and DragonRanger Burai from Zyuranger) also plays a small part in this film as a random hiker, which is similar to his role in Super Sentai World. It’s short, sweet, and preety good. Only thing is J hogs a lot of the screentime but whatever. There’s also a bit of stock footage but again it’s an 8 min. film, you can’t expect much.