Managing Editor and host of the Screen Rant Podcast, Ben Kendrick is a graduate of the New School’s Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing program. 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. Thanks to a background in creative writing, Ben is drawn to films that make story and character a priority; however, that doesn't stop him from enjoying a range of Hollywood offerings - from blockbuster action flicks to campy so-bad-they're-good B-movies. Follow Ben on Twitter @benkendrick, visit his personal website for info on his fiction work, and subscribe to his (humorous) five guys watch The Bachelor podcast.
Articles by Ben Kendrick
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children should provide moviegoers with an entertaining and emotional ride as well as nightmarish visuals to savor.
Destiny: Rise of Iron is another solid expansion from Bungie that, despite some lingering issues, offers a strong entry point for new players.
When the Dark Side appears in a Galaxy Far, Far Away, Captain Kirk and the Enterprise come to the rescue. Watch the Star Wars vs. Star Trek trailer!
Which superhero team is the toughest: The Avengers or Justice League? Shared universes collide in this Marvel Vs. DC supercut trailer!
Total Geekall #29: We recap the biggest reveals, coolest surprises, and most entertaining moments of San Diego Comic-Con 2016.
As promised, director James Gunn has debuted an exclusive first look teaser for Guardians of the Galaxy 2 at Comic-Con 2016.
During Comic-Con 2016, Warner Bros. unveils the first trailer for the Wonder Woman solo movie starring Gal Gadot. Watch it online now!
Injustice 2 creator Ed Boon says that the DC movie and TV universe has inspired moves, character designs, and costumes in the 2017 fighting game.
We explain the complicated and surprising backstory of Star Trek Beyond’s new villain, Krall (played by Idris Elba).
Following divisive reviews of Batman V Superman, the Ultimate Edition has arrived. Does the extended cut improve upon the theatrical release?