People who like "Cloverfield" should be able to like this film too since the approaches are similar to each other by means of hand held. It takes place in Japan, and a couple of sisters are going around asking Japanese people about Global Warming until what was assumed was supposed to be an earthquake, but is really some multiple legged monster.
Two sisters travel to Japan to make a documentary on global warming when an octopus monster (I think. It's never really seen.) shows up and tears up Japan.
Not surprisingly it's not any good and it even gives Sci-Fi channel movies a run for their money.
The Asylums' MONSTER : Found footage films have been common place in the Horror Genre ever since the infamous 1980 film CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST and have become hugely popular ever since THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT. When CLOVERFIELD hit screens in 2008, The Asylum unleashed it own Straight To Video Mock-Buster or cash in on that films Popularity entitled MONSTER. This TERRIBLE Asylum knock-off sees two American sisters in Tokyo, Japan shooting an environmental documentary when a Giant CGI Octopus attacks the city. Complete with alright performances, shitty CGI (An Asylum Trademark), and the worst camerawork with fade to fuckin black every two or three bloody minutes! This film lives up to its title, it's a monster alright to try and view when the film has the habit of cutting to a black screen constantly this monster gets a much deserved 30% for nearly giving a headache.....................