Godzilla Minus One Got A New Poster But Still No Home Release

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Godzilla Minus One was easily one of the best films of 2023, with the Japanese-language monster film storming the Japanese box office and winning heaps of awards. If you missed it in the cinemas, good news: you can now look at this cool new poster.

Bottleneck Gallery, a “contemporary art space” in Brooklyn, NY that also releases a host of licensed artwork focused on pop culture, released a new range of posters based on Godzilla Minus One last week. While some of Bottleneck’s posters are sold all the time, others are very limited, and that’s the case with these Godzilla posters — which are unfortunately already sold out.

There are three designs, all of which were designed by Phantom City Creative in collaboration with Toho and ISH. One of them is even based on the special black-and-white release of the film, Minus Color, and looks very good — just ignore the $70 price tag. It’s probably a good thing they’re sold out already.

<p>Phantom City Creative / Toho</p>

Phantom City Creative / Toho

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Of course, looking at pretty posters is nice, but being able to watch the film is even better. But you can’t do that — at least, not yet. No home release for Godzilla Minus One has been announced, either digitally or physically.

That’s the case in the US and most Western nations, at least. In Japan, Godzilla Minus One is currently available to stream digitally on Amazon Prime Video, and available in 4K Blu-ray format physically. The 4K Blu-ray is also apparently very good, but without English subtitles, it’s not an easy watch even if you import it.

Godzilla Minus One released to excellent reviews, and is so good that even Steven Spielberg is obsessed with the film. It took home eight awards at the Japan Academy FIlm Prize awards, two awards at the Asian Film Awards, and Best Visual Effects at the Academy Awards.

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