Posts by Greg Evans

Why the identity crisis in Ghost in the Shell still resonates today

By Greg Evans

In Mamoru Oshii’s classic anime, characters seek individuality within an increasingly artificial society.

The camp comic genius of Batman: The Movie

By Greg Evans

Way before the Dark Knight got serious, he was thwacking bad guys and dismantling bombs in a slapstick ’60s family film.

How Pumping Iron set the stage for Arnold Schwarzenegger

By Greg Evans

The Hollywood icon shows off more than his imposing bulk in this astonishing ’70s bodybuilding doc.

Is this the greatest ever video game movie performance?

By Greg Evans

Raul Julia’s villainous turn in 1994’s Street Fighter is worth savouring.

How Donnie Darko changed my life

By Greg Evans

Greg Evans recalls how Richard Kelly’s 2001 film exposed him to the endless possibilities of cinema.

Is this the best Batman movie ever made?

By Greg Evans

How an animated TV movie from 1993 cut to the dark heart of DC’s iconic antihero.

Remember when Hollywood was obsessed with TV cartoons?

By Greg Evans

This curious ’90s phenomenon brought us animated versions of everything from Beetlejuice to Men in Black.

Wrestling is imitating television and the result is seriously entertaining

By Greg Evans

Promoters like Total Nonstop Action are leading a revolution in sports entertainment.

Is this the most authentic football film ever made?

By Greg Evans

Twenty years ago Sean Bean drama When Saturday Comes cast the beautiful game in a darker, more honest light.

The documentary that separated fact from fiction in professional wrestling

By Greg Evans

How Wrestling with Shadows exposed the tragic fate that befell Bret “The Hitman” Hart.

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