Dais Johnston

Dais Johnston is a staff writer at Inverse covering Entertainment and Culture, particularly international media and social justice in media. Their work has previously appeared on BUST.com and The Belladonna. They have a degree in Theatre from Agnes Scott College, focusing on screenwriting and the elements of storytelling. As a military child, Dais grew up all over the world, giving a global perspective to the stories we all enjoy and what they have in common. They are also part of a zoom theatre troupe, the Cobalt Internet Theater, live-streaming table reads of classic TV and movie scripts.

From a leak to a flood
Inverse Reviews

Army of Thieves review: The best hope for the Snyderverse’s future

Zack Snyder’s not directing, but this Netflix heist-thriller follow-up to Army of the Dead expands the world he created.

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Anakin Skywalker: New Star Wars comic fuels a huge 'Ahsoka' theory

A new Star Wars comic single-handedly clarifies the biggest mystery surrounding 'Ahsoka.

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Succession Season 3 makes everyone a supervillain

If you can’t trust family, who can you trust?

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'Mandalorian' Season 3 could introduce a weapon to rival lightsabers

A weapon seen briefly in 'Mandalorian' Season 3 could change Star Wars forever.

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Mandalorian Season 3 spoilers disprove a huge fan theory

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You need to watch the most riveting cult thriller on Amazon Prime ASAP

This 1987 thriller is a time capsule for a time when, for better or for worse, fringe religions were an easy villain. Here's why you stream it on Amazon Prime.

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Succession Season 3 Episode 1 steals a trick from Marvel’s best movie crossover

Hear us out: the Roys aren’t that different from the Avengers.

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Tiger King Season 2 release date and trailer for Netflix's Joe Exotic doc

The hit documentary takes on a whole new tiger tale. Here's everything we know about the Netflix series.

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Night Teeth review: Netflix’s vampire thriller is Collateral meets Bright

While the blood-thirsty Netflix thriller is all about vibes, it loses out in worldbuilding.

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This 2020 film takes a classic recipe for drama and turns it into a sci-fi thrillfest. Here is why you need to add 'What Lies Below' to your Netflix queue.


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Could Grogu have a secret connection to one of Star Wars’ most notorious characters?


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Jon Kent is bisexual, reveals an upcoming comic. Changing everything we knew about the Man of Steel, the development keeps his essence intact.


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Inside the Netflix hit series’ most closely held secrets.

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You need to watch the most compelling cult docuseries on Amazon Prime ASAP

This recent documentary series redefines how we think about cults, and it shows just how insidious they truly are. Watch LuLaRich now on Amazon Prime Video.