Godzilla Minus One/Minus Color

Catch it before it's out of theatres for good! Limited RELEASE. Now in Black & White

70 years after instilling fear in global audiences 1954's black and white Godzilla, the King of the Monsters will once again menace moviegoers in monochrome as Godzilla Minus One is re-released for one week only as Godzilla Minus One/Minus Color.

The Godzilla Minus One/Minus Color run marks every North American's fan's final chance to catch either version of the critically-acclaimed, award-winning, record-breaking global hit during its original theatrical run. The special release of Godzilla Minus One/Minus Color gives fans a way to commemorate the global phenomenon they helped propel to the forefront of pop culture with an intentional creative choice by its director.

Godzilla Minus One has earned $51 million in North America and is now both the highest grossing Japanese language film and the fifth highest grossing non-English-language film in North American box office history.

"Godzilla Minus One/Minus Color is not just a simple black and white version," Yamazki said, "The colorist took the care and the time to go through a careful and very complex process. The black-and-white images make Godzilla look very realistic and documentary-like, which leads to even more fear. Even we have seen Godzilla many times, but we felt that something completely different appeared there. It is very scary. So this is not only for those who liked Godzilla Minus One but also those who are seeing it for the first time. They should definitely see this black-and-white version. Especially the scene at the beginning where Godzilla appears in the night - it is so terrifying that it made my knees shake!"


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