Sarah Moran has been a Screen Rant contributor since 2014. She primarily writes reviews and features in addition to covering the ongoing development of current movies and television shows. Sarah is a graduate of The Ohio State University where she earned her B.A. in Film Studies in 2009. Her most recent assignments for Screen Rant include (but are not limited to): The Flash, Star Wars Rebels, The Walking Dead, and Game of Thrones.
Sarah is also the Editor-in-Chief of Kabooooom.com, a website devoted to reviewing, ranting, and raving about comic books and all they inspire. When she’s not trying to transform her rambling thoughts into written words, Sarah can be found playing SMITE, catching up on her pull list, or escaping through travel documentaries on Netflix. For more of Sarah’s exploits, give her a follow on Twitter.
Articles by Sarah Moran
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With the mystery of Jason's murdered fully revealed in Riverdale's season 1 finale, we look into why he was killed by THAT character.
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While at New York Comic-Con 2016, Peter Capaldi says that Doctor Who season 10 will feature more of The Doctor's 'alienness'.
Thrawn launches his assault on the Rebel base, catching them off guard and thwarting their own planned attack in the Star Wars Rebels season 3 finale.
The Music Meister arrives in The Flash/Supergirl crossover 'Duet' and forces everyone break out in song and dance -- but how does he do it? We explain.