Leaving the cinema after watching Dunkirk, you’d forgive your brain for thinking that you had just gotten off a rollercoaster. The relentless pace at which the movie depicts the frightening realities of war is as thrilling an experience — if not the biggest thrill —
Guess what? We all listen to soundtracks. With our faces pressed to our screens while binging on Netflix, or with popcorn in hand at the cinema and maybe catching the faintest whisper through the roar of the train in rush hour. But there it is.
Mega-budgeted science fiction films like Chappie and Interstellar are all well in good, but as far as the genre is concerned there is a massive void between the embarrassment of riches that those auteur led projects command and the rest. While it is sad that