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Notzilla is an upcoming spoof of 1950's and 1960's monster movies, produced by St. Michael Movies.
The screenplay for Notzilla, written by Mitch Teemley, became the first parody to reach the final round of the Worldfest Contest. In its original iteration, it was presented in-universe as a lost 1966 film called Notzilla, the Duke of Monsters, the last role for American actor Raymond L. Suave. Following the competition, Teemley submitted the script to Toho. They were uninterested in spoofing Godzilla, but wished the American creator well with the project. Seeking other investors, he held a script reading at G-Fest in 2010. Moriah Media released a teaser trailer on YouTube in 2011, but never moved ahead on the project beyond that. By 2018, Teemley had completely retooled the script to focus on a professor's attempt to save a Japanese kaiju accidentally set loose in the United States.
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