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Shin Kamen Rider: Epic Singapore Premiere in July 2023!

Image via Facebook (Neofilms Southeast Asia)
Image via Facebook (Neofilms Southeast Asia)
  1. Shin Kamen Rider premiering in Singapore, July 2023.
  2. Fans screening on 8 July, and general screenings on 20 July.
  3. Directed and written by Hideaki Anno, celebrating 50th anniversary of Kamen Rider.

Ya heard about dis Kamen Premiere thing dun have?

If ya a fan of some bad-ass superhero action, dis one’s for you la!

Neofilms Southeast Asia say, Shin Kamen Rider premiering in Singapore next month, yo!

Fasten ya seatbelt, we gonna have a helluva ride.

Kamen Rider making a grand comeback, sia!

This movie commemorates 50 years of classics, can?

Oi, Hideaki Anno also the mastermind behind, you kno, Shin Godzilla and Shin Ultraman!

Lyk some epic reboot of tokusatsu series. Ready to level up the fun?

What’s Kamen Rider up to?

Ah, imagine waking up to find you’ve turned into a grasshopper-hybrid cyborg?

Siao liao! Anyhow, that’s our hero, Hongo Takeshi, in dis story lor.

Now, as Masked Rider, he gotta protect mankind from dat gila-gila evil organisation SHOCKER.

Legit page out of superhero 101, right?

Aiseh, thought they fought them Shockers alr last season sia.

Mark your calendar for this Kamen Premiere, folks!

Yoooooo, dun miss out, k?

Fans ah, save dat 8 July 2023 to watch it first.

General peeps can join on 20 July 2023.

Got it or not? I mean, might need to rush for tickets hor.

Good things don’t come twice, you know la.

How do you seize this Kamen Rider fever?

Aiyoh, if you’re itching to get ready for it, can go check the trailer lor:

Cannot wait, isn’t it?

Top things to take away lah!

  • Shin Kamen Rider memang best, dun mis it ah?.
  • Get urself some super tokusatsu feels, can?
  • Confirm gather your gang and watch together

Umm… so there you have it: our upcoming Kamen Premiere not to be taken lightly hor.

Singaporeans, ready to embrace this exciting dose of tokusatsu action?

Make it a fun July outing for y’all, can or not?

What do you think?

Written by Patrick Tan

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