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Adrienne Tyler is a Senior Features Writer for Screen Rant. She has written for Pop Wrapped, 4YE, D20Crit, BamSmackPow, 148 Elm, and Netflix. She was a regular guest on Netfreaks podcast and occasionally contributes to Screen Portal's Lydia Loves Timelines. She was a YouTuber at some point but won't talk about that. Guillermo del Toro said “hi” to her once.
Adrienne spends most of her time writing about the MCU, the Halloween movie saga, the Dark Knight trilogy, and Stranger Things, but she also loves writing about the Scream movie saga, Goodfellas, Sons of Anarchy, Stephen King, and Friends.
Adrienne's favorite movie is the 1994 classic Reality Bites, her favorite TV shows are Parks & Recreation and New Girl, and she insists that Frankenstein is the greatest book ever written. She will defend Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy until the end of times. She's a retired Star Wars fan.
The MCU has some heartbreaking and shocking scenes, but one, that's only 10 seconds long, is the most horrifying one in the MCU's history so far.
The origin of the Hargreeves is still one of The Umbrella Academy's biggest mysteries, but one detail makes it even darker and more disturbing.
Some opinions about iconic horror movies have ended up becoming controversial, though some of them have some interesting points to consider.
October 2023 brings several new shows and movies to Disney+, including Loki, The Haunted Mansion, Dancing With The Stars, and Goosebumps.
The main characters of Friends almost had a completely different dynamic as the writers planned a romance between Rachel and Chandler.
While some prequels expand stories from the original movie, there are many that didn't need to happen, and some did more harm than good.
Stanger Things season 5 needs to bring back one horror legend from season 4 in order to bring Vecna's story to a complete and satisfying ending.
Hollywood's strange obsession with serial killer Ted Bundy continues with No Man Of God, but which is the best movie about the notorious criminal?
The MCU's multiverse sparked hope for Iron Man's return, but Doctor Strange's second solo movie put an end to those theories through incursions.
Morbius' post-credits scene has become infamous for not making sense, and it gets worse as Sony continues to ignore it and Vulture's future.
The entertainment industry is full of lookalikes, and there are some young actors who could easily play the younger versions of older stars.
Oliver Stone's W. originally starred Christian Bale as George W. Bush, but after months of preparation, he decided to drop out due to one detail.
Quentin Tarantino's movies have left a couple of mysteries, but some of them have already been solved in extended media and interviews.
Casablanca is one of the greatest films ever made, but it owes everything it is and has to a forgotten movie from 1938 and its original version.
The 1990s saw a variety of TV shows for viewers of all ages and with different tastes, and some of them have the power to evoke a lot of nostalgia.