Also, yes, during the credits, you hear rob say something. And played backwards, it says that “it’s still alive”.
And bry, you’re not making much sense. For a lot of the audience for the movie wants their questions answered, therefore, would like a sequel to explained those things that are unexplained.
Rusty, it’s perfectly fine that you like it and I don’t, or that Frank feels like he wasted his time. It will happen again and again. Even I like movies other people don’t like.
I’m making perfect sense; the things that attract many people to this movie will not be possible in a sequel, because it’s purpose is different, thereby not likely be well received by the intended audience. The model of “introduce a mystery and explain it in the sequel” has failed MUCH more often than succeeded, so it stands to reason that this is a very reasonable assumption for a Cloverfield sequel.