Gojira (Godzilla) (1954 Japanese movie)

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A Black-and-White Version of ‘Godzilla Minus One’ Is Coming to the U.S.

‘Godzilla Minus One/Minus Color,’ which was already released in Japan, will now stomp into U.S. theaters for a week to give American audiences even more of that old-school Godzilla feel.

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100-Plus Memorable Movies With Notable Anniversaries in 2024

Among other things, this year marks the 85th anniversary of the remarkable number of classics produced in 1939, like The Wizard of Oz. And there are plenty of other notable film anniversaries in 2024.

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TCM Stomps Into 2024 With a New Year’s Day Godzilla Marathon

Turner Classic Movies is ushering in the King of the Monsters’ 70th year with eight of the first nine movies from the early Godzilla era.

Japanese poster art for the 1968 movie

‘Destroy All Monsters’: Revisiting Toho’s 1968 Kaiju Crossover Masterpiece

Look back at the characters and themes from the Tohoverse that led to the classic, 11-monster team-up event.

logo from the movie 'Godzilla Minus One,' taken from the teaser trailer. Against a black background is the large letter G, in white. Below it, in greyish lettering and almost looking to be melting, it reads

Toho Reveals Title, Teaser & U.S. Release Date For Its New Godzilla Movie

This is the first domestic Japanese feature film starring the King of the Monsters since 2016’s Shin Godzilla.

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Pluto TV Now Has a 24-Hour Godzilla Channel

Over 30 films are featured on the channel, spanning 50 years of Godzilla’s movie career from the very beginning, 1954’s Gojira, to 2004’s Godzilla: Final Wars. Also included are fan-favorite titles that have largely been unavailable for U.S. audiences to stream or purchase for awhile, like Godzilla vs. Biollante (1989).

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‘The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms’: The First Giant Monster Movie of the Atomic Age

The legendary creature feature starring Ray Harryhausen’s brilliantly animated ‘Rhedosaurus’ became an inspiration of other subsequent classics of the genre, including Them! and Godzilla.

a black-and-white still from the 1971 color movie

An Earth Day Message From ‘Godzilla vs. the Smog Monster’

The 1971 kaiju classic from Toho pitting Godzilla against a creature formed from humanity’s pollution still speaks to our need to “Save the Earth.”

scene from the black-and-white 1954 sci-fi movie

‘Them!’ Was the First & Best of the ’50s ‘Big Bug’ Movies

This classic about desert ants turned into giant monsters by A-bomb testing is a cut above the other ‘big bug’ creature features that followed, in both its atmosphere and execution.