Shin Godzilla
  • Directors(s)

    Hideaki Anno

  • Production Year

    2016

  • Genre(s)

    Fantasy

  • Approx. running minutes

    120m

  • Cast

    Yutaka Takenouchi (voice), Satomi Ishihara (voice), Ren Ôsugi (voice), Akira Emoto (voice), Hiroki Hasegawa (voice), Kengo Kora (voice)

Film

Shin Godzilla

moderate violence, gore, threat

SHIN GODZILLA is a Japanese monster movie about an enormous aquatic creature that goes on the rampage after emerging from Tokyo Bay.

  • Directors(s)

    Hideaki Anno

  • Production Year

    2016

  • Genre(s)

    Fantasy

  • Approx. running minutes

    120m

  • Cast

    Yutaka Takenouchi (voice), Satomi Ishihara (voice), Ren Ôsugi (voice), Akira Emoto (voice), Hiroki Hasegawa (voice), Kengo Kora (voice)

SHIN GODZILLA is a Japanese monster movie about an enormous aquatic creature that goes on the rampage after emerging from Tokyo Bay.

Violence

There are frequent scenes of action violence which consist of military attacks on the monster and sequences in which the monster destroys buildings and various forms of infrastructure. The violence mostly consists of undetailed gunfire and explosions, but there occasional gory moments in which blood sprays from the monster, as well sight of a piece of the monster's flesh falling to the ground.

Threat

Civilians are seen running from the giant monster in a state of distress; a woman cries out as the monster rips its tail through her apartment block. There are also scenes of chaos when people attempt to force themselves on trains in order to escape from the attack.

There is mild bad language ('bugger', 'hell', 'balls', 'damn').

TypeRuntimeDistributorClassification Date
Shin GodzillaFilm119m 51sManga Entertainment Ltd21/07/2017
TypeRuntimeDistributorClassification Date
Shin GodzillaFilm119m 47sManga Entertainment Ltd01/11/2017
  • Classified date

    01/11/2017

  • BBFC reference

    AVF354303

  • Language

    Japanese