Brian Scherschel is creating Kaijuvision Radio
1

patron

$9
per month
Thank you to our Patreon donors, and to our listeners and fans.  By listening and donating, you are adding to the excitement I have as I work hard to create more content.

Kaijuvision Radio is a high-quality, advanced podcast about the appreciation of kaiju (giant monster) movies and discovering their cultural and historical value.  It concentrates on movies from the Godzilla series - the largest, longest movie series of its kind in the world, and other great movies from Toho Studios in Japan. Planning began in March 2016 and our first two episodes were released September 20, 2017. Episode 3 is the first episode about a movie in the Godzilla series. The podcast is based in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The host is Brian J. Scherschel, a graduate of the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs masters degree program and amateur film critic. Since these movies are a great way to learn more about Japan, we relate the movies to subjects like Japanese history, current events, politics, and economics.

The objective is to go above and beyond what all other kaiju podcasts have done. Since these movies are a great way to learn more about Japan, I relate the movies to subjects like Japanese history, current events, politics, and economics.

In part 1 of each podcast, I describe (but not summarize) the movie.  It’s an analysis tailored to kaiju movies, to arm the listener with the facts. At last, a way to compare these movies to each other.  In part 2 I give an analysis and opinion on the movie.  In part 3, I select one or more issues related to Japan that were either brought up by the movie or was going on in Japan at the time the movie was released.

I cover the issues logically, fairly, and without intention of political slant.   The objective is to get across what the movies are communicating from the Japanese perspective, which is the bedrock of comparative politics and international relations.  In creating the podcast, I pay careful attention to quality and on being professional at all times.  The overall sound quality of the podcast is excellent.   Kaijuvision is not part of a podcasting network.  Kaijuvision is currently on YouTube, Blubrry, iTunes, Google Play Music, TuneIn, and Stitcher.  I recorded totally original 4K background videos of local natural features and architecture for the YouTube channel.  Kaijuvision Radio on YouTube.
Tiers
Kaiju Lover
$1 or more per month 0 patrons
You'll have our undying gratitude! May the Shobijin sing a song in your honor! 
Kaiju Commander
$5 or more per month 0 patrons
You'll get a shout-out at the end of the newest podcast episode and your name will be listed in the YouTube version each month you support us at this level. It's like joining the ranks of G-Force! 
Kaiju Visionary
$10 or more per month 1 patron
You'll get the previous rewards plus a Kaijuvision Radio T-shirt after four straight months of support. This is a one-time offer, so don't be a lying Xilien! 
Goals
$9 of $15 per month
One of our highest priorities is getting the message out about what we believe is superior, well-produced content.  We are endeavoring to spend some funds towards advertising our podcast to get our message to more listeners like you!
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Thank you to our Patreon donors, and to our listeners and fans.  By listening and donating, you are adding to the excitement I have as I work hard to create more content.

Kaijuvision Radio is a high-quality, advanced podcast about the appreciation of kaiju (giant monster) movies and discovering their cultural and historical value.  It concentrates on movies from the Godzilla series - the largest, longest movie series of its kind in the world, and other great movies from Toho Studios in Japan. Planning began in March 2016 and our first two episodes were released September 20, 2017. Episode 3 is the first episode about a movie in the Godzilla series. The podcast is based in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The host is Brian J. Scherschel, a graduate of the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs masters degree program and amateur film critic. Since these movies are a great way to learn more about Japan, we relate the movies to subjects like Japanese history, current events, politics, and economics.

The objective is to go above and beyond what all other kaiju podcasts have done. Since these movies are a great way to learn more about Japan, I relate the movies to subjects like Japanese history, current events, politics, and economics.

In part 1 of each podcast, I describe (but not summarize) the movie.  It’s an analysis tailored to kaiju movies, to arm the listener with the facts. At last, a way to compare these movies to each other.  In part 2 I give an analysis and opinion on the movie.  In part 3, I select one or more issues related to Japan that were either brought up by the movie or was going on in Japan at the time the movie was released.

I cover the issues logically, fairly, and without intention of political slant.   The objective is to get across what the movies are communicating from the Japanese perspective, which is the bedrock of comparative politics and international relations.  In creating the podcast, I pay careful attention to quality and on being professional at all times.  The overall sound quality of the podcast is excellent.   Kaijuvision is not part of a podcasting network.  Kaijuvision is currently on YouTube, Blubrry, iTunes, Google Play Music, TuneIn, and Stitcher.  I recorded totally original 4K background videos of local natural features and architecture for the YouTube channel.  Kaijuvision Radio on YouTube.

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Tiers
Kaiju Lover
$1 or more per month 0 patrons
You'll have our undying gratitude! May the Shobijin sing a song in your honor! 
Kaiju Commander
$5 or more per month 0 patrons
You'll get a shout-out at the end of the newest podcast episode and your name will be listed in the YouTube version each month you support us at this level. It's like joining the ranks of G-Force! 
Kaiju Visionary
$10 or more per month 1 patron
You'll get the previous rewards plus a Kaijuvision Radio T-shirt after four straight months of support. This is a one-time offer, so don't be a lying Xilien!