Cloverfield & U2 3D Cause Vertigo

By: Going Like Sixty - Published: Jan 25, 2008   Updated: Jun 7 2011 • References: koco
Cloverfield and U2 3D use a lot of pans and zooms with hand held cameras to give the audience a special feeling. Turns out that feeling may make you barf. People who saw Cloverfield complained of nausea and a couple even need to love the porcelain goddess afterward. A film critic that reviewed U2 3D also reported Vertigo not unlike the Blair Witch Project.

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