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Our Shin Godzilla episode is incredible.  All kaiju fans should hear it!

New articles are posted weekly on Wednesdays by 12:00pm Eastern (9am Pacific)

Next Blog: How Much I Learned about Japan on Wednesday, June 27th, 2018.

Our kaiju journey continues with Season 2 in September.

Next Episode: The Mysterians (1957) on September 19th, 2018.

We will produce episodes for the new Godzilla movies as they come out, and for the anime trilogy once the third one is released.

We will continue to post original articles, blogs, and updates every Wednesday until Season 2 premieres.

We will have our own panel, “Godzilla and the Japanese National Spirit”, at G-Fest XXV on Friday, July 13. The convention is July 13-15 at the Crowne Plaza O’Hare in Rosemont, Illinois. We hope to see you there, and we will report on our experiences after we return.

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Episodes of Kaijuvision Radio have 3 parts:

Part 1: A short description (not a summary) of the movie.  It’s an analysis tailored to kaiju movies, to arm the listener with the facts.  At last, a way to compare these movies to each other.

Part 2: With the facts out of the way, we discuss the movie and give our opinions.

Part 3: A brand new, one-of-a-kind fusion of international affairs and movie analysis.  Japan-related topic(s) either brought up by the movie, or going on at the time the movie was released.  Topics are historical, political, economic, or cultural.


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