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Kamen Rider Ghost: The 100 Eyecons and Ghost's Fateful Moment
A movie for Kamen Rider Ghost
Ghost Movie Poster
Release date August 6th, 2016
Written by Takuro Fukuda
Directed by Satoshi Morota
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Kamen Rider Ghost: The 100 Eyecons and Ghost’s Fateful Moment (劇場版 仮面ライダーゴースト: 100の眼魂とゴースト運命の瞬間 Gekijō-ban Kamen Raidā Gōsuto: Hyaku no Eyecon to Gōsuto Unmei no Toki) is the Summer Movie for Kamen Rider Ghost. It was released in Japanese theaters on August 6th, 2016, double-billed with the filmIcon-crosswiki for Doubutsu Sentai ZyuohgerIcon-crosswiki.

Continuity and Placement

Synopsis

100 Eyecons and Fateful Moment title

Title card.

After chasing the mysterious Kamen Rider Dark Ghost, who had suddenly appeared, Takeru Tenkuji arrives at a strange village full of historical figures. Attempting to gather 100 Eyecons, Alain’s dead brother Argos - Kamen Rider Dark Ghost - wishes to create the Ultimate Eyecon and turn everyone on Earth into ghosts. Meanwhile, Makoto’s father Daigo Fukami is seen in the village. Transforming into Kamen Rider Zero Specter, is Daigo an ally or an enemy?

Plot

to be added

Characters

Kamen Riders

Kamen Rider Ghost Takeru Tenkuji
Kamen Rider Specter Makoto Fukami
Kamen Rider Necrom Alain
Kamen Rider Zero Specter Daigo Fukami

And Introducing Ex-Aid

Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Emu Hojo

Allies

Daitenku Temple

Village of Heroes

15 Heroes

  1. Miyamoto Musashi
  2. Thomas Edison
  3. Robin Hood
  4. Isaac Newton
  5. Billy the Kid
  6. Ludwig van Beethoven
  7. Musashibō Benkei
  8. Ishikawa Goemon
  9. Sakamoto Ryoma
  10. Himiko
  11. Tutankhamun
  12. Oda Nobunaga
  13. Harry Houdini
  14. Brothers Grimm
  15. Sanzo

71 Heroes

For promotion of the movie, Toei organized a contest for Japanese residents to design and submit their own Ghost Eyecon designs based on one out of a list of 71 historical figures. The 71 winning designs were presented in a special brochure for the summer movie on August 6, 2016, with the names of these winners being credited in the end credits of the movie.
  1. Geronimo
  2. Auguste Rodin
  3. Sarutobi Sasuke
  4. Vincent van Gogh
  5. Wilbur Wright
  6. Orville Wright
  7. Raffaello Sanzio
  8. Julius Caesar
  9. Jean-Henri Fabre
  10. Saigō Takamori
  11. Sen no Rikyū
  12. Ninomiya Kinjiro
  13. Sanada Yukimura
  14. Wyatt Earp
  15. Jeanne d'Arc
  16. Prince Shōtoku
  17. Date Masamune
  18. Abe no Seimei
  19. Izumo no Okuni
  20. Hattori Hanzō
  21. Mori Ranmaru
  22. Aristotle
  23. Yang Guifei
  24. Ono no Komachi
  25. Cleopatra
  26. Raiden Tameemon
  27. Alexander the Great
  28. Guan Yu
  29. Minamoto no Yoshitsune
  30. Uesugi Kenshin
  31. Takeda Shingen
  32. Genghis Khan
  33. Murasaki Shikibu
  34. Katsu Kaishū
  35. Tokugawa Ieyasu
  36. Fukuzawa Yukichi
  37. John Manjirō
  38. Mori Ogai
  39. Hiraga Gennai
  40. Tokugawa Mitsukuni
  41. Toyotomi Hideyoshi
  42. Sasaki Kojirō
  43. Elizabeth the Queen
  44. Chikamatsu Monzaemon
  45. Socrates
  46. George Washington
  47. Amakusa Shirō
  48. Pocahontas
  49. Archimedes
  50. James Cook
  51. Ernest Thompson Seton
  52. James Watt
  53. Pyotr Tchaikovsky
  54. Marco Polo
  55. Michelangelo Buonarroti
  56. Natsume Sōseki
  57. Antoni Gaudi
  58. Meada Keiji
  59. Bat Masterson
  60. Cao Cao
  61. Vasco da Gama
  62. Matsuo Bashō
  63. Alfred Nobel
  64. Akiko Yosano
  65. Ichiyō Higuchi
  66. Nicephore Niepce
  67. Rene Descartes
  68. Fujiwara no Kamatari
  69. Hans Christian Andersen
  70. Matthew Perry
  71. Friedrich Nietzsche

Other


Others

Villains

Kamen Rider Dark Ghost Argos
Kamen Rider Extremer
Kamen Rider Dark Necrom R Jered
Kamen Rider Dark Necrom B Jebil
Kamen Rider Dark Necrom Y Jey

Cast

Guest Cast

Suit Actors

Ghost Eyecons

Rider Gashat

Theme Song

Errors

  • When Daigo first transforms into Zero Specter, his Persona facemask isn't show to flip up onto this face, but simply appears during a jump cut.
  • When Dark Ghost prepares to change into Pythagoras Damashii, the Dark Ghost Eyecon doesn't appear to be in the Ghost Driver for unknown reasons before he puts the Pythagoras Eyecon in.
  • When the Island of Eyecons is crashing towards the Earth, the spiral tower is seen in the landscape despite collapsing in the previous scene.

Notes

  • Energy Items appears without Chocolate blocks.
  • A simplify HIT text, completly different with show.
  • "VS" and "FIGHT" screen that never seen in the show.
  • Different Critical Strike sequence.
  • Ghost's Ore Damashii only appears in the first fight against Dark Ghost and the Dark Necroms.
  • This is the only time Ghost wields the Gan Gun Saber when assuming Toucon Boost Damashii.
  • When the Sanzo and Grimm Eyecons are knocked away from Necrom at the beginning, they are the original solid colors seen through episode 11 instead of the transparent colors used in all later appearances.
  • Many features from Ex-Aid's appearance in this movie is different the actual show:
    • "Game Start" announcement is used in-universe, while it is only used in the title scene of Kamen Rider Ex-Aid and never heard in-series.
    • The Energy Items that appear float around in abundance, instead of being hidden in chocolate blocks. Also, all of them are green-colored and blank, and when Ex-Aid collects one, the effect that appears is in a style similar to the medals found in Kamen Rider Buttobasoul.
    • Ex-Aid doesn't say "Item Get" when collecting Energy Items.
    • A "VS" split screen is used, which is not seen in the show.
    • A "Fight" announcement is heard. It is never used in the show, though it is heard in the Ex-Aid & Zyuohger Super Hero Time bumpers.
    • The "HIT" text is different.
    • The "Critical Strike" split scene is different.
    • During the finisher, a "Mighty Strike" text is seen instead of "Great" or "Perfect".
The Desert of Helheim

A plant from the Helheim Forest inexplicably in another dimension

  • Some of the plants in the film are recycled props from the Helheim Forest scenery from Kamen Rider Gaim.


References

External Links

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