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This film is about a woman who is kidnapped by a survivalist who claims he saved her life and forces her to stay with him in his survival bunker. It was originally going to be called 'Valencia' but it was all a trick! 

The twist here is that the creepy survivalist kidnapper totally did save her life because this is the SEQUEL TO CLOVERFIELD. Actually, according to Collider, J.J. Abrams has called it more of a "blood relative" than a direct sequel.  

The movie is still going to be directed by Dan Trachenburg who got a lot of attention in the past for his short film based on the video game Portal. 

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Via: Maxim
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We've been served up some unexpected renditions of the infamous Godzilla; from the box-jawed mother of Matthew Broderick's 1998 version to the more recent 2014 encounter Bryan Cranston had with what might as well have been the mystery beast from Cloverfield.

Anyone see that? Nope? Oh, okay. End credits.

Great promise lies on the approaching summer horizon with the coming release of Godzilla: Resurgence. This will be the first Japanese Godzilla movie in over 10 year's time.

The new dropped photos of the supposed production designs employed to bring life to the newest Godzilla were reportedly leaked by a fan group on Twitter on Saturday.

What we have as the best fan theory proposed so far, kind of not really, is that this is the original 1954 Godzilla that somehow managed to start up with regenerating itself.

According to i09 this Godzilla is some kind of 'hybrid' design, never until now attempted in a Japanese Production. This production design weds computer graphics with a gigantic tower of a doll of rippling red muscle that portrays much resemblance to that of an anatomy chart.

Art of The Day: 'The Monster Project' Brings Kid's Drawings to Life
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A monstrous Kickstarter project is bringing kid's artwork to life.

The Monster Project collects kid's monster drawings from around the world and enlists a team of professional artists to make them a reality.

The project was started to encourage an appreciation for art at a young age.

Here's what the project's website has to say:

With a decreasing emphasis on arts in schools, many children don't have the opportunity for creative exploration they deserve. That's a monstrous trend we would like to destroy. As artists ourselves, we understand how important that initial creative exposure is and how it can truly alter the shape of a child's future.

Via: NJ.com
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The Jersey Devil is real. It is out there. The public needs to know the truth.

Earlier this week, a man snapped a photo of the elusive Jersey Devil, a creature that has haunted the New Jersey Pinelands for 200 years.

People said it was fake. It couldn't be real, they said. Until now.

The video above is all the proof you could ever need. Let's take a closer look.

Spooky! And the Internet seems to believe in this creature as well...

So that settles it! Carry on, Jersey. Just watch your back.

Discovery of the Day: Man Snaps Photo of Totally Real 'Jersey Devil'
Via: NJ.com
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This photo is definitely real.

Don't even entertain the thought that someone put fake wings on a goat and threw it in the air to take this picture. That's crazy. That definitely did not happen.

What definitely did happen is Dave Black of Little Egg Harbor Township managed to snap a picture of the elusive Jersey Devil, a creature that has haunted the New Jersey Pinelands for 200 years.

The legend of the Jersey Devil states that a woman in the early part of the 18th Century was pregnant with her 13th child. She joked that the devil could take this one—and he did. That child grew into the Jersey Devil.

The History Channel tweeted this out just a couple days ago.

Coincidence? Definitely. This photo is 100 percent real.

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Music Video of the Day: Nearly six months after an unfinished cut leaked onto the web, Kanye West finally released the official version of his "Monster" video.

Directed by Jake Nava, the non-misogynistic "art piece" features cameos from Jay-Z, Nicki Minaj, and Rick Ross. Bon Iver's Justin Vernon does not appear in the video, despite his vocal contribution to the song.

(NSFW, Kanye West.)

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