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Notzilla
The American poster for Notzilla
Directed by Mitch Teemley
Produced by Aymie Majerski, Mitch Teemley, Ekim Relgrem
Written by Mitch Teemley
Music by Stephen Goers
Aspect ratio 2.35:1

Notzilla is a 2019 spoof of 1950's and 1960's monster movies, produced by St. Michael Movies. It premiered at the Esquire Theatre in Cincinnati, Ohio, on January 29, 2019.

Plot

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Staff

Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.

  • Directed by   Mitch Teemley
  • Written by   Mitch Teemley
  • Produced by   Aymie Majerski, Mitch Teemley
  • Executive Producers   Ekim Relgrem
  • Music by   Stephen Goers
  • Cinematography by   Jeff Barklage
  • Edited by   Jim Bailey
  • Production Design by   Gabby Leithsceal
  • Special Effects   Bob Arvin, Jeff Barklage
  • "Dino Surfin'" Performed by   Steve Goers
    • Written by   Mitch Teemley
  • "Where Have all the Monsters Gone?" Performed by   Steve Goers and Mitch Teemley
    • Written by   Mitch Teemley

Cast

Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.

  • Frederic Eng-Li   as   Prof. Hiro Honda
  • Tifani Ahren Davis   as   Dr. Shirley Yujest
  • Tim Bensch   as   Dr. Richard Blowheart
  • Becca Kravitz   as   Dr. Jacques Butay
  • Ken Early   as   Dr. Bjorn Bloch
  • Charlie Harper   as   Dr. Mort Shortman
  • Michael Wilhelm   as   Dr. Hugh Mungish
  • Samantha Russell   as   Pearl Stringer
  • Spencer Lackey   as   Bobby Bleech
  • Michael Bath   as   Gen. Dirk Bogus
  • Rupert Spraul   as   Kenny Wannabee
  • Christine Jones   as   General Specific
  • Caleb Dwayne Tucker, Tyler Craig, Michelle Poole   as   Pedestrians
  • Mitch Teemley
  • Robert Gerding   as   Newspaper Editor
  • John W. Harden, Kathleen Ellerman, George W. Ellerman   as   Diner Patrons
  • Cherie Orf   as   Restaurant Patron
  • Karen Olchovy   as   Train Passenger
  • Steven Schraub, John E. Brownlee   as   Scientists
  • Christina Steiner   as   Girl
  • Sammy Geroulis, Ronnie Gladden, Charlie Roetting, Corey Wolfe, Greg Mallios, Xavier Blanco   as   Soldiers
  • Aaron Krick, Philip Kinsky   as   Mimes
  • Landon Mergler   as   Dr. Kidman
  • Amanda Teemley   as   Pentagon Receptionist
  • Trudy Teemley   as   Woman
  • Jason Mei   as   Boy
  • Roger Cupp   as   Lieutenant
  • Darnell Pierre Benjamin   as   Col. Reginald J. Stickler
  • Jacob Baker   as   Notzilla

Development

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.[1] 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.

Production

Principal photography on Notzilla began in early August 2018 in Cincinnati, Ohio, and wrapped before September 4.[2][3]

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ShodaiMeesmothLarva

6 days ago
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I wonder what is this spoof film quality's difference between those serious low-budget ones like Asylum.
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KingOfTheZillas98

9 months ago
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How did you like my comedy?
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Astounding Beyond Belief

9 months ago
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With the number of spambots we've had lately, you're lucky to still be here.
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MosuFan2004

10 months ago
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I'm so happy that this film is in production again ^^
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Teemley

10 months ago
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Notzilla is being made. The above synopsis no longer describes the story being filmed, which now takes place in America. The monster looks nothing like Godzilla.
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ShodaiMeesmothLarva

10 months ago
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>The monster looks nothing like Godzilla.

Exactly, that's why it's called Notzilla in the first place, since the monster in the film is not Godzilla.
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Astounding Beyond Belief

10 months ago
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Amazing. You just explained the title of the movie to its director.
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ItsDestoroyah

17 months ago
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This is plain ridiculous
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Indominus Rex 2016

19 months ago
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What the funk is this?
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Green Blob Thing

19 months ago
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Something that looked and sounded bad.
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SkullIsland

26 months ago
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Toho probably killed this off like what they did with Heritage.
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Green Blob Thing

26 months ago
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Thank goodness this wasn't made. From the trailer and the synopsis, it sounds like an incredibly bland, generic comedy that is just stupid. Comedies can be stupid, but there's good stupid and then there is bad stupid. This falls on the bad side. Nothing about it sounds funny and the only joke that sounds even remotely funny is the fact that the exact same extras get killed over and over again.
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MosuFan2004

26 months ago
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The greatest thing i've ever seen.
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