Hayden Cornmell

Sometimes knows what he's talking about.
London Film Festival

The Weird and Wonderful Films We Saw at the 2019 London Film Festival

By Hayden Cornmell 

Some off-kilter delights from the 63rd LFF.


‘Waves’ Review: Sobering and Compassionate In Equal Measure

By Hayden Cornmell 

Taylor Russell is the beating heart of Trey Edward Shults’ latest, a powerful examination of love and forgiveness.


‘Star Trek’ Keeps One Foot in the Past As It Looks to the Future

By Hayden Cornmell 

We discuss all the ‘Trek’ news from SDCC and what it means for the future.

Spider-Man: Homecoming

For ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming,’ Great Power Came With Great Irresponsibility

By Hayden Cornmell 

The theme of responsibility is the key to Spidey’s enduring popularity, but ‘Homecoming’ failed to live up to that legacy.


Goodbye to Marvel’s Messy, Underappreciated Netflix Universe

By Hayden Cornmell 

With Jessica Jones’ third season dropping, we bid farewell to this often forgotten corner of MCU.

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The Search for Temporal Truth in The ‘X-Men’ Movies

By Hayden Cornmell 

The revamped X-Men series once used its period setting as a way to tell its story, but this effect has dwindled with each new installment.


Defining Fan Service In The Age of Endgames

By Hayden Cornmell 

Does “fan service” have to be such a dirty term?

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Searching For Closure in The Marvel Cinematic Universe

By Hayden Cornmell 

‘Endgame’ promises to be the end of an era, but how seriously should we really be taking these claims?

The Clone Wars

Everything We Know About the Final Season of ‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars’

By Hayden Cornmell 

The Celebration panel offered fans a lot to look forward to as the show returns for one more season.