|Directed by||Monthon Arayangkoon|
|Written by||Monthon Arayangkoon|
Chalad Na Songkhla
|Distributed by||R.S. Film
Tokyo Shock (U.S. DVD Release)
|Release dates||April 1, 2004|
|Running time||115 minutes|
The discovery of a mysterious fossil sets the stage for a terrifying confrontation between modern day man and Thai folklore. A tunnel excavation has revealed a rock so dense that it cannot be penetrated by even the strongest drill. When the workers discover a collection of unrecognizable fossils that bear no similarities to the familiar dinosaur types, they enlist the aid of archeologist Lenna Pierre and her American partner Tim in revealing the origins of the mysterious geological find. Awakened by the large scale excavation and enraged at having been trapped beneath the Bangkok concrete for hundreds of years, the ancient Garuda sets out on a bloody rampage as Leena, Tim, and the military struggle to find a means of bringing Garuda's destructive reign to terror to an end.
Garuda was released in North America on Video on Demand in 2007, then later on DVD by Tokyo Shock.
- Savitski, Joseph (2006-01-11). "Garuda (2004) Movie Review". Beyond Hollywood. Retrieved 2010-01-10.
Iconic segments of music from the popular anime Naruto can be heard in this movie.
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