Mark Hill

Mark is an entertainment editor at Inverse. Previously an editor at Cracked, his freelance writing can also be found in Wired, Discover, Fanbyte, and the National Post, among other publications. He also writes fiction, contributes to Canadian satire publication the Beaverton, and once wrote comedy for Macaulay Culkin.

Retrospective

Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters is a flashback to the strange excesses of 2013

It may be one of the dumbest movies ever made, but you sure won’t forget it.

Last Call

Steven Soderbergh’s only sci-fi film is also one of the century’s most underappreciated

Thoughtful, moody, and almost impossible to advertise, this overlooked remake deserves reappraisal.

Inverse Recommends

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World is a geek time capsule that (mostly) holds up

It’s not a movie to take relationship advice from, but the fights still thrill and the jokes still land.

Inverse Recommends

A forgotten ‘70s thriller shows us what Die Hard would look like without John McClane

Tense, restrained, and funny, the thrills hold up even if a few lines of dialogue don’t.

Retrospective

In a parallel universe, 'The Golden Compass' kicked off the YA dystopian craze

Left behind by its superior TV reboot, The Golden Compass was a would-be franchise starter that still intrigues.

Retrospective

Before E.T., Steve Spielberg made this underrated sci-fi masterpiece

While most sci-fi movies consider aliens mundane, this one saw them as the strange phenomenon they would be.

Inverse Game Reviews
Last Call

You need to watch Tom Cruise’s perfect spy thriller before it leaves Netflix next week

One of the best stunts in action movie history finally gave the franchise an identity.

Retrospective

5 years ago, Luc Besson made his most ambitious sci-fi movie ever — and also the worst

Meandering but beautiful, few blockbusters offer such a clear look into a creator's mind.

The Inverse Review

Neptune Frost review: The most dazzling sci-fi musical of the year is here

Philosophically frustrating but aurally brilliant, this strange beauty of a film will keep you captivated.

Finish the Fight

Halo Season 2 could fix the show’s most annoying problem

The epic adaptation got off to a shaky start, but there's still time to right the ship.

Gaming
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