Today we found out that there in fact at least two (and possibly three) versions of the Super Bowl TV Spot for Super 8, between what aired and what’s online (available in HD from Apple).The much-talked-about images within the final shot of the lens are actually different in each version, and when put together, give us a better idea of just what we were being shown.
Similar to the original teaser, the viral bits of this trailer were allocated to the final image of a Super 8 camera lens with images flashing across it. Last time we got the STIES website. This time, we are given more cryptic clues, with images that differ between the TV and online versions. Thanks to the members of Unfiction and Super 8 News, the images from the two more common versions have been collected, and many actually fit together like a puzzle. Here are the groups of images below.
So, that supposed “monster image” is really just part of some Quasimodo doll, which is equally creepy.
It looks like that date we saw was really September 19, 1962. Still no significance yet.
This shows a room with a briefcase on the floor, and a View-Master on top of that. Are these images from the film, or are they set during current time when the viral campaign takes place?
We also found some other images hidden in one version trailer, which makes me wonder how many different ones there actually are. We have bleeding eyes, fedoras, and more. Take a look below and let us know what you think (click for full size).