Zoe Rose Bryant

Though Zoë Rose Bryant has only worked in film criticism for a little under three years – turning a collegiate passion into a full-time career by writing for outlets such as Loud and Clear Reviews, Next Best Picture, and Awards Watch – her captivation with cinema has been a lifelong fascination, appreciating film in all its varying forms, from horror movies to heartfelt romantic comedies and everything in between. Born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska, she made the move to Los Angeles in 2021 after graduating from college and now spends her days additionally working as a List Editor and occasional writer for Screen Rant (as she attempts to attend every screening under the sun). As a trans critic, she also seeks to champion underrepresented voices in the LGBTQ+ community in film criticism and offer original insight on how gender and sexuality are explored in modern entertainment.

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Becky (Review): A Breezy but Bloody Brawl with a Brutal Bag of Tricks

Becky gives audiences a gnarly genre gem to savor this summer, with terrific turns from…

Da 5 Bloods: Spike Lee Entertains and Educates in a Harrowing History Lesson (Review)

The dynamite Da 5 Bloods doubles as both a blistering breakdown of America’s painful past…

Candyman: Chronicling the 1992 Horror Classic’s Continuing Cultural Significance (Review)

Candyman’s commentary on race remains just as riveting as it was thirty years ago, and…

How The King of Staten Island’s Judd Apatow Forever Changed 21st Century Comedies (Profile)

Ahead of the release of The King of Staten Island, we take a peek at…

Wonder Woman: Revisiting DC’s 2017 Revolutionary Runaway Success

Wonder Woman is fierce feminist filmmaking at its finest, preserving its potent power and progressivism…