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Gone Squatchin'
Life Among the Sasquatches

The brother directors behind Sasquatch Sunset reveal how their bizarre indie hit came to be.

ByJake Kring-Schreifels
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Alex Garland Takes the Fight to Us

“People keep saying the film is not political. I think they're just missing the point.”

ByHoai-Tran Bui
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Amazon’s Fallout Comes Out of the Vault

Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy’s video game adaptation is just the beginning.

ByHoai-Tran Bui
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Alex Garland Reveals What Brought Him Back for 28 Years Later

“I had a specific idea that felt like a story worth telling.”

ByHoai-Tran Bui
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Love Across Multiple Lives

The Beast director Bertrand Bonello talks love, desire, and AI in his cosmic sci-fi romance.

ByEdward Frumkin
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Colin Farrell Cracks the Case in Sugar

The Apple TV+ series made a hardboiled noir without a hardboiled detective at the center.

ByHoai-Tran Bui
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Invincible Showrunner Breaks Down Season 2’s Wild Ending — And Teases Season 3 Plans

“We have some really, really great stuff.”

ByJake Kring-Schreifels
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Babylon 5 Creator Gives a Promising Update on the Reboot

The road home keeps going.

ByRyan Britt
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Discovery Was First in the Door.” The Most Divisive, and Important, Star Trek Show Comes to an End

The long and winding road of Star Trek: Discovery comes to an end.

ByRyan Britt
Exclusive
“Everything’s a Conspiracy”: Chris Carter on the Legacy of The X-Files

The creator of the seminal sci-fi series has officially parted ways with his claim to fame and returned to his original passion: art.

ByLyvie Scott
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Adam Wingard, Master of the MonsterVerse

The director of Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire reveals the secrets to helming the titan-sized franchise — and what comes next.

ByJake Kleinman
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3 Body Problem’s VR World Is More Low-Tech Than It Looks

How do you create a VR world that is both convincing and also unreal? 3 Body’s Derek Tsang has the answer.

ByRyan Britt
Spoilers
Let’s Talk About The Shocking Ending of Immaculate

Sydney Sweeney and director Michael Mohan reveal the ending was originally going to look a lot different.

ByDais Johnston
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Problemista Walks Between Worlds

Inverse speaks with writer-director Julio Torres and co-star Tilda Swinton about their surreal chemistry.

ByHoai-Tran Bui
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How Game of Thrones’ Showrunners Made Netflix’s “Unadaptable” Sci-Fi Epic

The cast and creators of 3 Body Problem open up about translating Cixin Liu’s beloved novels to the screen.

ByRyan Britt and Hoai-Tran Bui
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The Best Scene in Godzilla x Kong Was Inspired by a 36-Year-Old Sci-Fi Cult Classic

“My inspirations also come from really unusual places,” director Adam Wingard tells Inverse.

ByJake Kleinman

Reviews

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4 Years Later, a Propulsive Tech Thriller Just Got a Surprising Second Life

Artificial intelligence is an unstoppable force in Veena Sud’s The Stranger.

ByLyvie Scott
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Arcadian is a Dull Creature Feature That Wastes Nicolas Cage

The sci-fi horror could have really benefited from Cage’s burden of massive talent.

ByEric Francisco
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The Greatest Hits Is a High-Concept Remix of Romantic Clichés

Time travel is metaphor for grief — and music is the key to unlocking it — in this lo-fi romantic drama.

ByLyvie Scott
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Fallout Is Everything a Video Game Show Should Be

Prestige TV finally mutates into something greater.

ByDais Johnston
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Only Park Chan-wook Could Pull Off a Sharp, Twisty Spy Thriller Like The Sympathizer

The Pulitzer Prize winning book gets a deliciously deranged adaptation.

ByHoai-Tran Bui
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Sting is A Classic Creature Feature Trapped By Its Own Design

The arachnophobia horror movie spins a too-tangled web.

ByDais Johnston
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The First Omen Shows How to Make a Great Horror Prequel

All hail this unsettling new prequel.

ByLex Briscuso
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Ripley is Exactly the Series Its Iconic Anti-Hero Deserves

Andrew Scott shines in a nightmarish noir that wisely, painfully takes its time.

ByAlex Welch
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The People's Joker Is the Transgressive Superhero Movie We Need and Deserve

She’s the Joker. And she’s a woman of her word.

ByDais Johnston
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Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire Is the King of the Monster Movies

Adam Wingard’s latest creature feature stokes the flame of an ancient rivalry.

ByLyvie Scott
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Sugar is a Frustrating Noir With Nowhere to Go

Colin Farrell is the standout of a perplexing noir series.

ByHoai-Tran Bui
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Things Will Be Different Is a Remarkable DIY Sci-Fi Indie

A simple time travel gimmick imbued with emotional complications.

BySiddhant Adlakha
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Oddity Turns a Cabinet of Curiosities Into One of the Scariest Movies of the Year

Stay away from the Wooden Man...

ByMatt Donato
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Molli and Max in the Future Takes the Rom-Com to Funny New Dimensions

Love is as complicated as the universe in this fresh and inventive microbudget winner.

ByMichael Gingold
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Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire Is an Unapologetic Crowd-Pleaser

It may not have the heart of the 1984 classic, or even 2021’s Afterlife, but ’bustin’ still feels very good.

ByRyan Britt
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X-Men ‘97 Reveals the Incredible Potential of Marvel’s Mutant Team

There’s some serious ambition here — but it’s hiding beneath a seemingly shallow surface.

ByJake Kleinman
News

You Can Finally Play the Most Iconic Game in Star Wars

ByDais Johnston

Time to deal you in.

News

'Deadpool 3' Isn’t Actually 'Deadpool 3,' Apparently

ByLyvie Scott

Director Shawn Levy calls it a “two-hander” between Deadpool and Wolverine.

Opinion

Why Did Amazon Dump 'Fallout' All at Once?

ByDais Johnston

Way to waste the wasteland.

News

Christopher Nolan’s 'Interstellar' is About to Get a Much-Deserved Reappraisal

ByLyvie Scott

On its 10th anniversary, Nolan’s angsty sci-fi epic returns to theaters.

Opinion

'Civil War' is About Whatever You Want it to Be

ByJake Kleinman

Throughout his career, Alex Garland has prioritized vibes over plot, even while tackling some of the most controversial topics of our era.

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4 Years Later, a Propulsive Tech Thriller Just Got a Surprising Second Life

ByLyvie Scott

Artificial intelligence is an unstoppable force in Veena Sud’s The Stranger.

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I’m Still Mad About How the Star Wars Sequels Wasted Jannah

ByLyvie Scott

The mysterious Jannah was one of the best things to come from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Why haven’t we seen her since?

Retrospective

How a Forgotten Sci-Fi Movie Beat Brendan Fraser to the Punch

ByJon O'Brien

Hijinks certainly did not ensue.

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It's The Perfect Time to Revisit Alex Garland’s Forgotten Sci-Fi Show

ByAlex Welch

Devs’ chilling take on big tech has only gotten more potent since its 2000 release.

Final Frontiers

What 'Lower Decks’ End and 'Strange New Worlds’ Renewal Means for This Era of Star Trek

ByRyan Britt

The foundational sci-fi franchise is consolidating.