The oral history of 'Men in Black'
Director Barry Sonnenfeld and 13 others involved reveal how Men in Black (just barely) came to be.
The oral history of Face/Off, Nicolas Cage’s inexplicable sci-fi masterpiece
“In the very first couple of days, we literally sunk a boat.”
How Joseph Quinn became the (dungeon) master of 'Stranger Things'
The oral history of The Lawnmower Man
“That era, in general, was kind of like the wild, wild west of computer animation.”
What happens after someone else makes your movie?
The oral history of Mars Attacks, Tim Burton’s misunderstood sci-fi masterpiece
“By the end, he was burnt out. He was a wreck.”
The oral history of Idiocracy, Mike Judge's time travel triumph
“At a certain point, it went from a good vibe to thinking that this movie was cursed from the beginning.”
30 facts you didn’t know about Terminator 2
For example, the first scene in Terminator 2, in which the nuclear apocalypse is depicted, costs more than the entire first film.
The scariest monster in Stranger Things 3 was almost too gross for Netflix
The Rodeo team behind 'Stranger Things' Season 3 explains how they created the flesh monster and why it was almost too disgusting to show the world.
The VFX company behind Inception reveals the movie's biggest secrets
“You have to be on your A-game.”
The oral history of Shrek, the “ugly stepsister” that changed animation
Inverse speaks with the director, writers, and voices behind the 2001 DreamWorks masterpiece.
How the Lord of the Rings VFX team brought Tolkien's greatest monster to life
“Oh, we’ve got something special here.”
The team behind your favorite nature documentaries risked it all for flamingos
“It was like buying a ticket to the lottery.”
How a tiny British team created the most iconic chase sequence of all time
“We would all group together and just scratch our heads and somebody would come up with a solution.”
The oral history of 12 Monkeys, Terry Gilliam's time travel masterpiece
Inverse speaks with director Terry Gilliam and nine other people involved in the making of this 1996 sci-fi cult classic.
You need to watch the most underrated sci-fi movie of the 2000s online ASAP
Serenity bombed at the box office, but 16 years later, Joss Whedon's space opera holds up as a great piece of science fiction.
Will you still call me Superman: The history of 3 Doors Down's “Kryptonite”
In interviews with frontman Brad Arnold, music video director Dean Karr, and others, Inverse explores the origin story of "Kryptonite" by 3 Doors Down.
Tenet review: Not worth getting coronavirus over
Christopher Nolan's new movie is too confusing for its own good.