In space no one can hear you suck.
by Benjamín Harguindey
The Cloverfield Paradox marks the third entry in the so-called Cloverfield franchise. The first movie, already a decade old, was a found footage horror flick about a Godzilla-style attack on nighttime NYC that benefitted from terrorism paranoia. The second movie, 10 Cloverfield Lane, ditched the shakycam and set up a hypertense thriller in an underground bunker while… something raged on outside.
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A belated missive from the Bath Film Festival.
by Joanna van der Veen
In 1948, a white English bank clerk marries an African prince. The marriage sparks a diplomatic crisis. It throws an entire African nation into turmoil. It is hotly debated in the Houses of Parliament. Sounds like a film script, right?
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