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Here at 1.18.08 you will find an archive (or a play-by-play) of the Cloverfield viral marketing campaign as I blogged it from August 2007 to January 2008. Prior to August (and specifically July 2007), you can find a similar archive at my first Cloverfield blog The Untitled JJ Abrams Project.
For current news about Cloverfield and an archive starting February 2008 to present, visit my third and final Cloverfield blog Tagruato.
I've been struggling with how to review Cloverfield. I think my issue with a "review" is that it is less a movie than another piece of the Cloverfield universe (read: I'm in too deep). As another piece of the puzzle I give it high marks. But, if you're into that, you've already seen it. And if you haven't seen it, or you're not into that, you're not reading this blog. Still, I will be telling people to see Cloverfield if only so they can decide for themselves whether to love or hate it--and in the process reward Hollywood risk-takers (which is reason enough).
My actions, however, are the real testament to my opinion of Cloverfield. When I started this blog I saw 1-18-08 as this blog's expiration date, and the expiration date of my contribution to the movie's viral marketing. I was even comforted by the idea that I could focus on bigger and better things come February 2008. But Cloverfield has changed that. Cloverfield--or rather, the myth and mystery of the creature--has become that bigger and better thing. In that respect, Bad Robot nailed it.
That is why I've decided to move up rather than move on. Between now and the sequel (or sidequel), threequel, etc., I'll be blogging all about "it" at Tagruato.
This is the best account of the Cloverfield Monster that I've seen. The tail looks a bit off, but even there I can't say for sure. Unfortunately, I can't locate the artist's page because the blogger whose blog I found it on neglected to share where he'd found it. If you know who the artist is, please leave a comment or shoot me an email so I can give the guy ("Reilly" by the signature?) the credit he deserves.
Some rather good renderings of the Cloverfield Monster to be found by searching deviantART.
I'm going to be moving to TAGRUATO. My goal is to create a humble little Cloverfield Magazine (i.e. news, reference, community [I hope] and workshop).
11808.blogspot will remain in its current form for those of you who like the sidebars.
I'll be working on a new look for TAGRUATO including a better integration of the Tagruato Forum (which doesn't look like much just yet, but is up and running and fully fuctional). I hope to see you there.
If you're new to Cloverfield and have a question or are looking for something, post your question in the forum and I'll give you the answer.
David Schnee is a friend of Clover and that--among other things--makes his blog one worth regular reading.
Cloverfield Movie Monster product imagery unveiling is coming soon!
Cloverfield Monster Features:
70 points of articulation and incredible life-like detail
Two interchangeable heads
Statue of Liberty head accessory
Special Cloverfield collector?s edition packaging
In conjunction with the launch of the highly anticipated CLOVERFIELD movie release, Hasbro, in a partnership with Bad Robot and Paramount Pictures, has produced a super-articulated and highly detailed limited collector?s edition Cloverfield Monster.
The Cloverfield monster is available exclusively through HasbroToyShop.com. Reserve your Cloverfield monster today to have the opportunity to receive it when it ships later this year. Limited quantities are available.