Steve Ryfle and Ed Godziszewski chat with Kyle about their recently published biography of the director Ishiro Honda. This episode was recorded last month, just before a local Portland theater hosted a screening of Mothra featuring my two guests, the authors of Ishiro Honda: A Life in Film, from Godzilla to Kurosawa, Ed Godziszewski and Steve Ryfle! No strangers to the Kaijucast, I was thrilled to have the both of them in the studio at the same time to talk about their working together both on and off the book. If you aren’t familiar with their collective work, and feel lost at all during the conversation, I also spoke with Ed while in Chicago for a G-Fest (episode 95) and Steve while visiting Los Angeles (episode 92). It’s always a pleasure to have these guys be part of our little radioactive dinosaur radio show, and if you must know, I am reading their book….just very slowly. But I’m definitely going to keep it up until I know all there is to know about Ishiro Honda! We didn’t cover any additional news or catastrophic events for this, but if you are looking for more information about signings or screenings, look no further than the book’s Facebook page (specifically, the Events page). At the moment, the following are confirmed: 12/10 – Ishiro Honda: A Life In Film, From Godzilla to Kurosawa Presentation at Bucket O’ Blood Books & Records in Chicago, IL with Ed Godziszewski 01/11 – Ishiro Honda: A Life in Film – Author Talk at Book Soup in West Hollywood, CA with Steve Ryfle 02/08 – Ishiro Honda presentation, book signing, and author Q&A at Japan America Society of Chicago with Ed Godziszewski Don’t forget to check out the Ishiro Honda linkage below: – Ishiro Honda: A Life In Film, From Godzilla to Kurosawa on Weyland Press – Official English language Ishiro Honda website – Ishiro Honda: A Life In Film, From Godzilla to Kurosawa on Facebook MOTHRA-MAZING MUSIC: 1. Main Title by Yuji Koseki from Mothra (1961) 2. In the Rain by Sadao Bekku from Matango (1963) DAIKAIJU DISCUSSION REMINDER: Don’t forget to send in your homework (aka your thoughts, questions and reviews) for this month’s discussion film, Reptilicus (1961) before December 21st to be included in the episode!