Martin's love of films started with watching Twister on VHS on repeat at his grandmother's house. A Marvel enthusiast, Netflix worshipper and Disney fanatic, Martin now writes about TV and movies, and the impact they have both on us and on our culture. He can be found on Twitter as @Martin_Izzard.
Articles by Martin Izzard
The Boys is the newest, grittiest, darkest superhero show on TV - but it does have some things in common with classic heroes.
The newest superhero show on TV, The Boys, is a lot darker than most - and these are the grittiest moments.
An Australian reality TV series, Instant Hotel transforms homes into hotels. How do the lodges rank?
Spider-Man: Far From Home needed answers to questions had about phase 4 of the MCU. What's happening with the Skrulls? Is the Sinister Six a thing?
Spider-Man: Far From Home does a lot of things different than Homecoming. sometimes it's better, and sometimes it actually ends up being worse.
Spider-Man: Far From Home closes out phase 3 of the MCU, but what questions about the MCU's future does it raise?
From the mystery of The Flash's time travel to the Green Lantern's whereabouts, here are some questions that a Justice League sequel could answer.
From Making A Murderer to Team Foxcatcher, here are some Netflix shows that are sure to grip any fan of true crime.
Following Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, Disneyland is planning to create a Marvel Land. Here are then film moments that need to be recreated.
Starring Randall Park and Ali Wong, Always Be My Maybe is Netflix's new highly rated rom-com but does it break the genre's mold or not?
From the legendary Steamboat Willie to more recent shorts like Carnaval, here are some of Mickey Mouse's most beloved adventures ever.
HBO's Chernobyl is lauded critically. But some things aren't accurate to the real-life story of the power plant. While some are historical fact.
Following Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, and the upcoming Lion King; which Disney cartoons should be next to receive a live-action remake?
We've seen a few live-action remakes of Disney animated classics now, and, while Aladdin does well in some places, it faulters in others.
The last 12 months have seen the release of two biopics about British musical icons—Bohemian Rhapsody and Rocketman—and now it's time to compare them.