When Netflix released the Godzilla anime trilogy, the response was horrendous. But has time been kind to these unusual entries in G-history? Well... no. But that one scene where Ghidorah cuts somebody's head off is pretty cool!Read More
Although cast apart from coast to coast, nothing can halt the might of the Godzillavangelists! In anticipation of their next big episode, Ryan, Joanna, and Sam reunite to catch up on life and recap their adventure in Godzillavangelizing so far.Read More
After a long, long hibernation, the prehistoric monster known as Godzillavangelists emerges! It turns its many heads to the 1964 monster mash, Ghidorah the Three-Headed Monster, and the whole earth quakes in terror! Or maybe they're just running to Ghidorah's one-woman show.Read More
In the course of watching Godzilla Raids Again, Joanna, Sam, and Ryan discover that the movie hides incredible gems of wisdom. Sadly, these are completely impenetrable to anyone except fish scouting pilots.
Joined by guests Ed Baker and Sandra Cheng, the Godzillavangelists tackle the incredibly bizarre American adaption of the first (and quite possibly the weakest) Godzilla sequel.Read More
Take one science fiction classic, remove biting message, stir in bored Hollywood actor. Mix well, serve as Godzilla, King of The Monsters. Ryan, Sam, and Joanna poke holes in this American version of the first Godzilla movie while undoubtedly falling in love with that charismatic, Cairo-obsessed curmudgeon, Steve Martin. (No, not that Steve Martin.)Read More
Ryan introduces Sam and Joanna to their first Godzilla movie and boy, is it depressing! Experience the highs and lows of the 1954 original Godzilla, including very handsome sailors, overdramatic radio operators, and the single greatest miniature fire truck of all time.Read More
Ryan, a lifelong fan of the Japanese Godzilla movies, persuades his two friends Joanna and Sam to watch the entire series with him. As they prepare to sit down for the first movie, they talk about past experiences with Godzilla and discover the existence of an adorable yet traumatizing marble composition notebook.Read More