Rosie Knight is an Eisner-winning journalist and author who's been writing professionally since 2005. Her career has taken her around the world and, although she hails from London, she currently resides in Los Angeles where she writes full time. She began as a professional poet but transitioned into journalism, starting at the Eisner-winning WWAC in 2016. Since then she has written over 1500 articles for digital media sites including What to Watch, Nerdist, IGN, The Hollywood Reporter, Esquire, Den of Geek, DC Comics, /Film, BuzzFeed, and Refinery29. She also writes comics including The Haunted High Tops and Cougar and Cub. When she's not writing she spends far too much time watching horror movies and Hallmark films.
As we near the second season's end, 'His Dark Materials' continues to fare much better than its predecessor, even if the sophomore offering has still suffered from a little unevenness here and there.
Avery Sutton (Will Patton) lives! Although that may be bad news for the inhabitants of Marais, it's great news for us. Patton is stunning this episode as Sunderland struggles through the swamp.
Ah Christmas, a wonderful time full of magic, joy, and made-for-tv movies. But if you've ever actually watched the latter then you'll know that they can be pretty creepy.
Why is tragic romance so enticingly wonderful and, well... romantic? It's something that 'Swamp Thing' examines this week as we open in an unexpected and emotional predicament.
Ah, the chosen one. The bloody chosen one. The trope to end all tropes. Its shadow weighs heavy over this week's episode of His Dark Materials.
Two of the best, most engaging entries to the Pokémon canon were made within the last five years and they're both streaming on Netflix right now.
It's almost a shame that the second season of His Dark Materials couldn't start right here, because this is one of the best entries into the series we've gotten yet.
Swampy comes to terms with his new monstrous life as well as his ever growing disregard for humanity. And who can blame him?
After two stellar episodes, 'Swamp Thing' settles into a gruesomely entertaining groove with "He Speaks."
We love witches all year round, but now that spooky season is officially upon us there is no better time to dive into some wonderful witchy movies.
Swamp Thing, Rebecca, and The Haunting of Bly Manor all reimagine Gothic Romance for the modern age.
After a rip-roaring broadcast debut on The CW last week, Swamp Thing is back and good news for fans of the good green boy, it's a far more Swamp Thing heavy episode.
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