The Kaiju Apostle Podcast is what happens when two seminarians dive into Toho's deep, rich history of monster films and discover what lies beneath the surface. Whether you’re a hardcore or casual fan, or somewhere in between, if you’ve ever thought there must be something more to these movies than people in rubber suits, then this show is for you. For more information, including music credits, please visit www.thekaijuapostle.com
The previous version of this was...well... It was rushed. So here's something a bit better. Sorry for those of you who are still subscribed to TKAP for some reason! And for those of you who just discovered the show...well.......come join us over at the new one!
One last episode. The apostles discuss the movie that started this journey, getting into patristic theology and the need to remember rightly. Not much else to say, except thanks for making this whole experience so wonderful. We're excited for what comes next!
Well, this is it, y'all. The apostles last episode before the hiatus. Joining them this week is Kaiju Kim, and they get into some of their favorite moments in the Showa-era of films. Plus, some user submitted questions as well!
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Despite the worst technical difficulties the apostles have faced, here's a new episode, with a special guest to boot! Thanks to Christian Gonzalez (Seaguns) for joining the show to discuss the difference between soothsaying and biblical prophecy, how Miyarabi's prayer echoes the cries of Israel, and Dr. Miyajima's ethical dilemmas. Oh, and David may have come up with the ultimate meme.....
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Joining the podcast this episode is Ben Warhman, frequent contributor to the Star Wars website, Eleven-ThirtyEight, to discuss Toho's attempt to cash-in on the Ultraman success: Godzilla vs. Megalon. After hearing about Ben's history with the franchise, the discussion moves to polarized film opinions and the controversy of commodifying trauma...
Let's be honest: who even reads podcast descriptions these days? If you're a Godzilla fan, then surely you know about Godzilla vs. Gigan, right? But what you might not know is Danny DiManna, the brains behind the Godzilla Novelization Project, is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to this movie and the series as a whole...
From the depths of the Dark Gaseous Nebula of the Orion emerges Matt Parmley of the Kaiju Transmissions podcast to discuss the unique, and controversial, film, Godzilla vs. Hedorah. Of course Chris, David, and Matt touch on the main theme of the movie, but they also branch out to discuss the ethics of creation care and how the message holds up almost five decades later. Also, this episode marks one year of the podcast, which means.....