Gregory Wakeman

Raised in Lancashire but now based in the US, Gregory Wakeman has written for the BBC, New York Times, GQ, and Yahoo Movies UK, all while defiantly trying to keep his accent.


10 years ago, Christopher Nolan’s most divisive Batman movie changed Hollywood forever

‘The Dark Knight Rises’ isn’t perfect, but its influence is undeniable.


25 years ago, Nicolas Cage made the most bombastic crime thriller ever

Cage was prolific in the late ‘90s, but one movie, in particular, redefined the entire action genre.


40 years ago, Conan the Barbarian turned Arnold Schwarzenegger into a star

“It was more original and cutting edge, and Arnold was the centerpiece of it all.”

The Inverse Interview

20 years ago, the best superhero franchise of all time changed movies forever

Spider-Man changed how superhero movies were made. Two decades later, is it time for another shakeup?

The Inverse Interview

How 'Fast Five' invented the cinematic universe before Marvel — and saved the Rock's career

Ten years ago, 'Fast Five' gave moviegoers the most ambitious crossover to date and saved the Fast and Furious franchise — and the Rock's career.

The Inverse Review

'Stowaway' Netflix review: A unique space movie with a disappointing ending

Featuring an all-star cast and pitch perfect direction, 'Stowaway' feels like a different kind of space movie. Watch it not on Netflix.

The Future is here

How George Lucas's biggest failure saved American sci-fi movies

Inverse spoke to the people behind 1971's sci-fi cult classic 'THX 1138' to get the untold story of George Lucas's first science fiction movie.