Monsters & Murderous Maidens: Japanese Cult Cinema
Friday, October 30 | 5:30 pm
Saturday, October 31 | 2 pm
Sunday, November 1 | 12:30 pm
PLEASE NOTE: In order to ensure social distancing in the Noble Theater, tickets and seating capacity are limited. Unavailable seats and rows are marked.
All moviegoers are advised to arrive at least 10 minutes before showtime. We reserve the right to deny entry after the start of the feature.
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Roaring into OKCMOA’s Noble Theater just in time for Halloween, Godzilla (a.k.a. Gojira) is the granddaddy of all monster movies. It’s also a remarkably humane and melancholy drama, made in Japan at a time when the country was reeling from nuclear attack and H-bomb testing in the Pacific. Its rampaging radioactive beast, the poignant embodiment of an entire population’s fears, became a beloved international icon of destruction, spawning almost thirty sequels. A thrilling, tactile spectacle that continues to be a cult phenomenon, Godzilla is an essential big screen experience. -Janus Films
Director Ishirô Honda | 1954 | In Japanese with English subtitles | 96 minutes | NR | DCP