Godzilla (1954)

Up from the depths 

Thirty stories high..

Yup, here it is, the original 1954 movie that loosed everyone's favourite irradiated atom-a-saur on the world.

This initial Godzilla, or Gojira outing is a dark movie, exploring themes of guilt, and fear over the use of weapons of mass destruction. Indeed, filmed less than a decade after WW2, Godzilla's destruction of Tokyo likely represents Japanese anxiety over further atomic attacks. 

The majority of the entertaining Toho monster movies which followed from Godzilla's success, were aimed at a younger audience. 

That famous roar? Slowed down playback of a resin coated glove sliding along a double bass string!

Cameo will be screening the 2005 British Film Institute restoration of Godzilla - in 35mm.

Get your Kaiju (suit) on!!

More information and tickets:

http://www.picturehouses.co.uk/cinema/Cameo_Picturehouse/film/Godzilla_1954/

Original Japanese poster for the release of the film in November 1954

Godzilla squares up to a series of electicity pylons


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  • caz

    Alas, not going to make this either due to work- very gutted, it looks amazing and in Screen One too!!

    May 5, 2014

  • Gayle

    Sorry, I have to go into work really early tomorrow, enjoy the film x

    May 5, 2014

  • Darren M.

    See you in the bar folks :)

    May 5, 2014

    • Darren M.

      Oh deep joy, it's on in Screen 1!

      2 · May 5, 2014

  • Darren M.

    Ahh, the Big G! Looking forward to finally seeing a Toho original on the big screen.

    1 · April 14, 2014

  • carolyn

    Oh no, there goes Tokyo!

    3 · April 10, 2014

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