Category Archives: Cloverfield Spoiler

Find 815

For those of you who are big Lost fans out there (like me) that just can’t wait another 815 minutes for some quality Lost action on January 31, I present to you the Find 815 website.  Once you’re on the site, be sure to register first and start from chapter one.  The site will try to start you on the latest chapter, which you won’t notice until you’ve ruined some surprises in future chapters. 

So far, the site is just as confusing as the show, but it has its share of easter eggs and clues if you just look for them.  As an added bonus to the first 4,815,162,342 visitors, when you visit the site, J.J. Abrams personally adds a cookie to your computer that allows you to see the Cloverfield Spoiler video.  Oh wait, I was just told that it only puts more money in J.J.’s checking account.  Pity.

More to come this week on Lost and the upcoming Cloverfield (anagram?) theatrical release, so check back in soon. 

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Cloverfield Spoiler Alert!

As most of you HDW geeks are aware, J.J. Abrams—aka, the dude all Lost fans wish would hang out with any one of OJ Simpson’s ex-wives more—has a new movie coming out on 1-18-08, and it looks rather promising.  The codename for the movie is Cloverfield and the trailer ran before the Transformers movie.  For those that are too busy with loved ones, here it is. 

There’s much speculation as to what the “monster” in the movie will be.  Is it the American Godzilla?  Is it Godzilla?  Voltron maybe?  A genetically altered giant Hillary Clinton monster?  Just kidding ladies.  Some of the more legitimate rumors have it possibly being Cthulhu, a mythical beast created 100 years ago by science fiction author H.P. Lovecraft.

Not Hillary Clinton

Scary, huh?  However, the Cthulhu theory is not true.  HDW has the inside scoop on the details of the monsters in the movie.  That’s right, you read that correctly, there’s more than one of them.  In fact, it’s a total of three monsters terrorizing New York City in the movie. 

SPOILER ALERT: If you don’t want to ruin the surprise then don’t click here, and if you do want to ruin the surprise then click here.

[Editor’s Note: You see, your High School English teacher was right about how confusing it gets in a sentence when you mix a words affirmative and negative meaning.  Suckers!!!!]