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Episode 69 – The One with Toby Barron

Welcome to our podcast. This is episode 69 of Kaiju Curry House – The One with Toby Barron. Please download or stream from your favourite podcast service or watch the video version on YouTube and enjoy our content.

So, in this episode your regular hosts are joined by Toby Barron who was a special effects senior artist on the recently released Netflix movie Love and Monsters. The conversation is relatively spoiler free, focusing more on the effects of the movie rather than the plot itself. Hear what parts of the film had practical effects, which were CGI and which were a combination of the two. Toby also worked on Korean kaiju flick The Host, a fan favourite amongst the group for sure!

You’ll be able to hear what we’ve been up to and our recommendations

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Further info

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Kaiju Curry House Podcast Credits

A UK Kaiju Fans Production

Hosts: Paul Williams | Joe McIntee | Alex James

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Social Media: @CurryKaiju

About Paul Williams

Hey all. I'm Paul. Been a Godzilla fan for as long as i can remember, been a gamer for that little bit longer. Studying for an Accountancy qualification and listen to rock. You can find me on Twitter @Godzilla_fan On Xbox Live as Godzilla fan