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Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Monsters unite at Kaiju Big Battel on Halloween

Posted By on Tue, Oct 28, 2014 at 4:57 PM

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6:30 p.m. | Capoeira Brazilian Pelourinho, 7075 Kingspointe Parkway | 407-226-3195 | kaiju.com | $20

Kaiju Big Battel

EVENT Danger can happen! Kaiju Big Battel has been menacing the universe for 20 years, pitting fierce monsters hatched by the evil genius of Dr. Cube, like Sky Deviler and Hell Monkey, against each other and heroes like Kung-Fu Chicken Noodle. These battles were created in hopes of controlling and expending the creatures’ maniacal rage and keeping us humans safe. Naturally, humans flock to see these thrilling combat sequences, paired with chuckle-inducing narratives – the show leans on an eclectic humor based on an intricate network of inside jokes, so watch their videos before catching the live show for full effect. And now the rage will be uncaged in Orlando on Halloween night as part of Kaiju Big Battel’s 20 Years of Mayhem Tour at Capoeira Brazilian Pelourinho. It’s an over-the-top wrestling exhibition that’s hilarious and visually insane, with mini-city sets that get smashed in the struggle. Monsters are real. – AB

 

 

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