About Screen Rant

Screen Rant had a humble start back in 2003 as a place to rant about happenings in the movie industry and over the years has grown to be the #1 non-corporate-owned movie news site in America.*

Screen Rant doesn’t just share news, it analyzes it and offers unique insights that no other publication does. For television and film news, reviews and a killer podcast, screenrant.com is the ultimate geek entertainment destination.

The Team:

Kofi Outlaw (Editor-in-Chief)

kofi outlaw screen rant editor About Screen RantKofi Outlaw is originally from Philadelphia, PA but now lives in New York City.

Addiction to comic books, movies and a love of writing sent Kofi to the University of Pittsburgh where he received a dual B.A. in Writing and Literature with a minor in Film Studies. More recently, Kofi received his graduate MFA in Writing from The New School.

Kofi loves all kinds of films from brainless blockbusters to fancy art-house pleasers. He says that nothing really specific makes him geek out all that much.

Follow Kofi on Twitter: @ppnkof

Rob Keyes (Senior Editor / Head of PR)

rob keyes About Screen RantRobert Keyes began writing for SR in September 2008 after being offered a writing position based on his participation on the site as a long-time commenter and story-submitter. A month after joining, Rob became one of its first two Editors. A year later, after helping double the site’s traffic monthly, he co-founded and built GameRant.com.

Rob has a Masters Degree in Economics, with a background in computer programming, project management, operations management and web design. In addition to supporting content in film and television, Rob is an influencer in the video game and tech industries.

Follow Rob on Twitter @rob_keyes & @failcube

Ben Kendrick (Managing Editor)

ben kendrick About Screen RantBen Kendrick is a graduate of the New School’s Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing program, with an emphasis in fiction. Currently, he’s nearing completion on his novel: How I Saw Myself on America’s Most Wanted and serves as an editor-at-large for the literary magazine LIT.

Ben has been passionate about movies ever since standing in line for a midnight showing of Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade when he was eight. As a result of his background in creative writing, Ben is drawn to films that make story and character a priority; however, that never stops him from enjoying a range of Hollywood offerings – from blockbuster action flicks to campy so-bad-they’re-good B-movies. He’s also an avid gamer and is a regular contributor at Screen Rant’s sister site, Game Rant. Visit Ben’s website if for no other reason than to get a better sense of the conditions under which he was conceived.

Follow Ben on Twitter @ benkendrick.

Anthony Ocasio (TV Editor)

872796 300 reasonably small About Screen RantAs Screen Rant’s television editor, I get yelled at by fans of every television show on the air. It’s not my fault that your favorite show is terrible. Kidding! (kind of)

E-Mail: anthony@screenrant.com

Twitter: @anthonyocasio

Sandy Schaefer (Contributing Editor)

Sandy Schaefer profile pic About Screen RantSandy Schaefer knows far too much about theoretical mathematics and anthropology. He spends most of his time nowadays writing about, reviewing, and making movies.

Follow him on Twitter @feynmanguy.

Ben Moore (Editor)

benm screenrant About Screen RantBenjamin Andrew Moore is a freelance writer living in New York, NY. He loves movies, television, comic books, literature, sarcasm, various forms of cheesecake, and everything else that’s awesome. His personal website is BenjaminAndrewMoore.com.

Andrew Dyce (Editor)

Andrew Dyce was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Despite calling the vast nothingness of the Canadian prairies home (or perhaps because of it) film and television have been a passion since birth. As a graduate of the University of Manitoba with a degree in English Literature, Andrew has grown to appreciate the story and writing behind everything from blockbuster comic book movies to schlocky B-movie action.

Follow him on Twitter @andrewbdyce.

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