Special features include commentary by Director Matt Reeves; the following featurettes: Document 01.18.08: The Making Of Cloverfield (28 minutes), Cloverfield Visual Effects (22 minutes), and I Saw It! It
Rob Hawkins (Stahl-David) has been offered the job of a lifetime in Japan, and his brother Jason (Vogel) is planning to send him off in style with a fantastic going-away party. During the party, when Rob is surrounded by friends and well-wishers, an alien lands in New York
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD often looks noisy with poor color fidelity and elevated black levels, similar to what you would expect with a cheaper hand-held video camera. There are times, however, when the image looks clean with solid black levels and no noise. Considering the entire movie was supposed to be shot using the same camera throughout the picture is rather inconsistent. Compression artifacts aren
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