Dangnabit, seems like Cloverfield's shaky camera work is giving people "movie sickness."
Scary movies are supposed to leave patrons feeling a bit scared and jittery, but the newest horror flick is leaving Oklahoma City-area moviegoers with a different feeling -- nausea.
Quail Springs and Crossroads mall movie theaters have posted this warning regarding the film, "Cloverfield:"
Due to the filming method used for "Cloverfield," guests viewing this film may experience side effects associated with motion sickness, similar to riding a rollercoaster.
There goes my plan to see the movie (I get seasick easily). And I really wanted to go see it, too!
Link - Thanks Tiffany!
Well, probably it's for the best, since it would've cost my wife and I something like $100 for baby sitters, tickets, popcorn and what not. That's a lot of money just go see a movie. (Don't you remember when going to the movies was affordable?)
I suppose in the mean time I have to satisfy myself with reading about it - or watching the review (ABC World News Webcast did one last week). I'll just wait for the DVD - then I can skip around to the good parts!