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on Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Special Bonus Video! The trailer for Paper Jam starring Liam Barrett:
Continuing his look at movies that Empire magazine gave five-star reviews to, Cheapus turns his attention to the found-footage first-person creature-feature Cloverfield. Accused by some of being little more than the bastard offspring of J.J. Abrams, Godzilla, and the Blair Witch, is this a true classic, or just a sad case of mass hysteria?
Plus, in the bonus video, learn how something is coming to the Agony Booth. Something terrible. Something homicidal. Something... low on ink. Starring Stuart Ashen, Andrew James Schonenberger, and Liam Barrett, it's the official trailer for Laughing Duck Productions' Paper Jam!
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