NOTZILLA – Spoof/Parody Movie World Premiere At G-Fest
“Get your roar on!”
Source: Avery Guerra
SPOILER WARNING: This article contains plot details and images from an upcoming movie.
NOTZILLA, a parody of Godzilla and other daikaiju movies, will have its world premiere at this year’s G-Fest, running Friday, July 12 through Sunday, July 14 at the Crowne Plaza Chicago O’Hare in Rosemont, IL. Written, directed, and produced by Moriah Media co-founder Mitch Teemley, in association with St. Michael Movies, NOTZILLA will screen on Saturday, July 13 at 12:00pm and Sunday, July 14 at 3:30pm.
1962. Yomama Bay. While the Japanese armed forces destroy yet another giant kaiju, a young paleontologist, Prof. Hiro Honda, rescues her offspring, whisking the mysterious red egg off to safety in friendly Cincinnati, Ohio (Ohio means “hello” in Japanese).
However, as the jet arrives, he accidentally flushes the egg down the toilet. It disappears into the Ohio River just as a group of physicists, led by the brilliant (or maybe not) Dr. Richard Blowheart, are testing “uber-fission” power at SNUGI, the Secret Nuclear Underground Government Installation 500 stories beneath the city of Cincinnati.
Shaken loose by testing, the egg is quickly discovered by Blowheart and his assistant, Dr. Shirley Yujest. The two soon meet Prof. Honda, who tells them that the egg contains a living Notzillasaurus Partiontilldon. The creature will remain small, he explains, as long as it is not exposed to alcohol. But if it is, it will grow hundreds of times larger(naturally) and attack the nearest city!
As sparks ignite between Hiro and Shirley, Dr. Blowheart guzzles beer and watches the egg hatch. Curious to see what will happen, he offers it beer. Baby Notzilla likes it — a lot. But they run out, so Notzilla goes on a beer run, all the while growing larger and larger. And burping fire. Which is kind of an issue.
Notzilla pops open a tower at the Padiddle Brewery, and then heads straight for the city!
The armed forces, led by 2½ star General Dirk Bogus, are unable to stop the monster. So Dr. Bllowheart decides to kill it using an untested nuclear mega-blaster that will most likely destroy everything else in a 100 mile radius, as well.
Hiro sets out to stop the insane (or possibly just incredibly stupid) Dr. Blowheart, and save his beloved Notzilla. But he can’t do so without the help of Blowheart’s brilliant and extremely attractive assistant, Shirley. Will Shirley turn against her boss — eliminating any chance of being recognized as a legitimate nuclear physicist — and help Hiro, with whom she’s quickly falling in love, save the world?
Meanwhile, Notzilla has spotted a cool train to play with!