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Newswire: Godzilla to stomp Tokyo for 96 hours straight on El Rey’s “Kaiju Christmas” marathon

14 December 2016 11:00 AM, PST | avclub.com | See recent The AV Club news »

The El Rey Network, the closest thing millennials have to a low power Uhf station, will be running its third annual “Kaiju Christmas” marathon, featuring over 96 hours of the one, the only, Godzilla. The whole thing kicks off Friday, December 23 with the original classic Gorjira (without Raymond Burr), and will wrap up on December 26 with Gigantis, The Fire Monster—er, Godzilla Raids Again.

The marathon features films from multiple eras of the King Of Monsters, including the darkest film from the Showa series, Terror Of Mechagodzilla, 1989’s Godzilla Vs. Biolante, the second film in the Hesai series, and Godzilla: Tokyo S.O.S from Toho, which fits in the continuity of the 1954 original. Thankfully, the only appearance of the Tri-Star ’Zilla is when he gets his reptilian ass handed to him by the original Godzilla in 2004’s Godzilla: Final Wars, the last film in ...

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Godzilla 101: Showa, Heisei, Millennium – The Three Godzilla Eras And What Makes Them Special

8 May 2016 11:35 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Thomas O’Connor on the three eras of the Godzilla franchise and what makes them special…

A new Japanese Godzilla movie is on the way, heralding the return of Toho’s epic franchise after over a decade of dormancy. Understandably, not everyone has the time or inclination to sit through hours upon hours of Godzilla films in preparation for Hideaki Anno and Shiji Higuchi’s Godzilla: Resurgence, and in all honesty, doing so probably isn’t necessary. But still, a solid primer on the history of the Godzilla franchise probably wouldn’t hurt for those curious to see what Japan has in response to Gareth Edwards’ stateside take on the franchise. That’s why here at Flickering Myth, we’re presenting a series dedicated to catching the rest of you up on the history of the franchise. Not just the films themselves, but the important figures behind the camera, »

- Thomas O'Connor

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