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Episode 212

Shin Godzilla (Shin Gojira)

Published on: 15th June, 2023

It was the US Godzilla remake that spurred Toho into making their own brand-new Godzilla remake. Not the previous episode's 1998 Godzilla, but Gareth Edwards' 2014 Godzilla, which ended up becoming a huge hit worldwide, and giving Toho the confidence that they could continue the long-running franchise.

Shin Godzilla was announced in 2015, and just like the 1954 original it emulated, it would be a Godzilla born of disaster and tragedy, as well as a Godzilla who was a terrifying threat to mankind. A Godzilla who not only evolved, but evolved quickly to suit his surroundings; that spewed fire, radiation and destruction in his wake.

How will Japan's government cope with such an intense, immense threat? Why, have multiple meetings, of course...

I would love to hear your thoughts on Shin Godzilla (Shin Gojira) !

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The podcast on the history and legacy of movies you know, and movies you don't.
Are you interested in how movies are made? Do you wonder how a film went from conception to completion? If so, Verbal Diorama, hosted by Em, is the podcast for you!

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Hi! I'm Em. I created Verbal Diorama in 2018, and launched the podcast in February 2019 to rapturous applause and acclaim.... from my cat Jess.

The modus operandi of Verbal Diorama is simple: movies are tough to make! The coming together of a team of people from all walks of life to make something to entertain, delight and educate us for 90+ mins is not an easy task, and yet so many succeed at it. That must be something to celebrate.

I'm here to do just that - to celebrate movies. Their history and legacy, and why they remain so special to so many of us.

Episodes are audibly book ended by Jess. She sadly passed away in March 2022, aged almost 18. She featured in many episodes of the podcast, and that's why you can hear her at the end of every episode. The role of official feline producer is now held by the comparatively quieter Evie.

I love podcasts, and listen to many, but never my own.

I unashamedly love The Mummy (1999) and Grease 2. I'm still looking for a cool rider.