Jake Kring-Schreifels

Jake Kring-Schreifels is a sports and culture writer based in New York. His work frequently appears in The Ringer, GQ.com, and InsideHook, among other publications. He received a journalism degree from Fordham University, where he began writing film reviews and discovered that 25th Hour is his favorite Spike Lee joint. When he's not covering entertainment, he's watching (and sometimes tweeting about) the Phillies.


Reflecting on 'Road House's 8 Wildest Scenes With Rowdy Herrington

The director of the 1989 action movie breaks down the movie’s most absurd movies — including, of course, the throat rip.

ByJake Kring-Schreifels
Gone Squatchin'

Life Among the Sasquatches

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

ByJake Kring-Schreifels
The Inverse Interview

'Invincible' Showrunner Breaks Down Season 2’s Wild Ending — And Teases Season 3 Plans

“We have some really, really great stuff.”

ByJake Kring-Schreifels

How a Martial Arts Legend Brought Tarantino’s Bloodiest Fight Scene to Life

“The important part for me was that even though the scene is over the top, it had to be believable.”

ByJake Kring-Schreifels
John Wick Week

John Wick’s Most Iconic Movie Homage Elevated the Franchise to Greatness

With one Bruce Lee tribute, the John Wick franchise’s trajectory was forever changed.

ByJake Kring-Schreifels

“It’s a Movie That Cannot Be Remade”

Jan de Bont wasn’t consulted about the Hollywood sequel to his 1996 disaster movie, but he’s cautiously optimistic it could be the next Barbie.

ByJake Kring-Schreifels

How a Daring Cinematographer Saved Stephen King’s Cujo From B-Movie Hell

40 years later, Jan de Bont reflects on the movie that made his career.

ByJake Kring-Schreifels