10_Cloverfield_Lane_9This week J.J. Abrams 10 Cloverfield Lane came out at theaters.  Based on what he did with Super 8 a few years ago, this promises to be a nice movie for general audiences. Again we do not know exactly what the menace is, but it seems to like to rid the earth of its human population. . . or does it? I guess unless we actually see the film we will never know.

However there are a lot of reviewers that will do their best to ruin this movie for you, even more so your friends that actually saw it before you. It seems there are many pictures up already of the baddies, what a shame. You can still enjoy this movie featuring John Goodman (Arachnophobia, Rosanne) just go see it, soon.

In the meantime I thought it was unusual for the creators of the movie to use “I think we are alone now” by Tommy James. My uncle was not big time but not small time in the music business when this song came out. He says that there was a lot of controversy over the song. Many thought the song was about two boys because of how they played. Of course girls thought it was about girls and guys. The problem in many people eyes was how Play was done.

Yet, “I think We’re Alone Now” fits the movie perfectly. These three have no idea if they are the last people on earth. I do not think this will be a horror movie, but I do believe it will have you on the edge of your seat. I can hardly wait to see it.

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2 Thoughts on “10 Cloverfield Lane w/ Trailer

  1. pauly10 on March 12, 2016 at 6:24 am said:

    That looks scary, JJ Abrams has a good history in the past few years so i hope the trailer does it justice

  2. First, let me just say that I am a major fan of John Goodman. He had my admiration when I saw The Big Lebowsky. Love it! Secondly, I do like some JJ Abrams works(although I must admit that the only one that comes to mind is the last Star Trek movie). Now,I have to say that I have not seen this movie nor read any reviews about it, so the following is just what I THINK this movie is about just from the trailers. I am tempted to think that this is either a zombie movie (would be disappointed because they bore me) OR that the real “horror” of the movie is the fear of the unknown, a la M. Night Shamalan. John Goodman would be perfect in the role of a paranoid survivalist. With the Bundy seizure of the bird sanctuary in Oregon, this would be a very timely theme. I lean more to the second theory for a very simplistic reason: when the daughter(?) is looking out the window and there is a pounding on the door. Zombies would not put so much energy into that knock, only a live human would. As a side note, I am leery of any movie title that has “Cloverfield” in it because there was a movie by that name that was hyped to death and when I finally saw it, it sucks big time! I hope that this is not a “homage” to that stinker. Well, that’s all I got to say for now.

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