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Well, the mysterious movie “1-18-08” finally has a name, and it is “Cloverfield“. This name has long been rumored, and it was known that the film was using this name as a cover during some of its filming. Everyone is a little shocked it ended up being the actual title.
Pictured to the left is a screen grab of the monster from the new trailer for Cloverfield that came out. We finally get some idea of the scale of the thing at least, but that’s about it. (For those who check out the trailer, this happens around the 1:28 time mark) 1-18-08.blogspot.com has a shot for shot analysis of the trailer, and some interesting things do pop up if you know what to look for.
I’ve written about this movie a couple of times now, first when the teaser hit, and then again when the “viral” sites started popping up. I make no bones about it, but for whatever reason, I love monster movies. Sure, they are mindless, and completely lacking in plot, but there is something fun about watching a monster just lay waste to a city.
What bugs me is the rumors we will never get a clear shot of the monster, nor will learn its back story. As much hype as has built up around this movie, I am starting to get a sinking feeling it will never be able to live up to it. It’s beginning to feel like the whole hoopla over Snakes On A Plane from a few years back.
Snakes generated a tremendous amount of buzz over its marketing, and then completely failed to live up to the hype that surrounded it. And the closer 1-18-08 gets, the more I think the same thing is going to happen. I’ll probably still go see it, hey, buildings get knocked over, but I have zero expectations of it being good, which means I should walk out pleasantly surprised!
Anyway, for those who wish to follow along, here is an updated list of sites connected to the film.
BoldFutura.jp – Part of the Tagruato Corp. (this one is questionable to being legit)
Jamie and Teddy – Love videos from the character of Jamie to someone named Teddy.
Tagruato Corp. – Yeah, I discussed it above already.