Tag Archives: Cloverfield
We’re Definitely Not in Kentucky Anymore
The Cloverfield Paradox Review
I am not a football fan whatsoever. I use the Superbowl as a way to get together with family and/or friends who I don’t get to see too often, eat some good food, and have a good time. With that said, the only thing I ever really remember about the big game is a handful of worthy commercials. One commercial from last year’s event that sticks out most clearly is the announcement/trailer for Julius Onah’s The Cloverfield Paradox.
10 Cloverfield Lane Guest Review
Tight spaces, frogs, and being kidnapped. Those are the things that encompass what I fear the most. However, aside from the occasional tight car ride or near-fatal bullfrog encounter, those fears are seldom reached. My comfort zone was all but obliterated the night I watched 10 Cloverfield Lane.
I consider myself a sensible man, when it comes to fictitious media. I’ve always been able to remind myself what I am viewing is not real, and continue viewing it without [...]
People Need to See This, You Know?
Since lately Frank has been on a kaiju kick in anticipation of the upcoming Godzilla movie, I figured I’d review one of my all time favorites, too — Matt Reeves’ 2008 film, Cloverfield. While it’s not exactly a kaiju film, it is an impressive monster movie that successfully blends in the found footage genre.
I’m well aware that this movie has a ton of people who don’t like it and I accept that, but hey, it can’t hurt to [...]