Brand New CLOVERFIELD Fan Film MEGAN Attempts to Bridge the Gaps Between Movies
Though the three Cloverfield movies are said to take place in separate timelines, a group of fans have begun creating something that links them together, and it is something to behold. Check it out here!
The flick, billed as a "proof of concept," teases an attempt to fill in the spaces between CLOVERFIELD and its successor, 2016's 10 CLOVERFIELD LANE. The title, MEGAN, refers to the lost daughter of Howard Stambler, the owner of the house at 10 Cloverfield Lane played wonderfully by John Goodman.
Though Megan is never actually seen in the official films, her name is referenced more than once in dialogue as the person who was to share the bunker in which most of the film takes place; she was also a main component of the ARG (or alternate reality game) that led to the film's release in March of 2016.
Check out the film below:
When watching MEGAN, the first thing that stands out is the production value. It doesn't exactly feel like a fan film. Though only a few minutes long, it does showcase some immense talent from the writers, Giuseppe Mercadante and Jean de Meuron, and co-writer/director Greg Strasz. Longtime followers of the CLOVERFIELD mythology will of course recognize Slusho!, the drink owned by a subsidy of the Tagruato Corporation, whose employees have included Rob Hawkins, the protagonist of the 2008 film, and Howard Stambler himself.
Ganu Yoshida, the never-seen-but-still-infamous CEO of Tagruato also makes an appearance before some wild stuff is teased.
If this is truly only a small bit of the finished product, then we are in for something amazing when it's all done.
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