Founded in January 2019 by longtime friends, Reel Anarchy is an independent online destination for movie fans, our promise is to provide you with good quality content in film entertainment, which includes news, editorials, podcasts, reviews and videos. The site was originally an offshoot of DC Films Hub, and on March 25, 2019 the two sites combined into one.
We are a movie-loving bunch, who’s main aim to put the fun back into blogging. From the classics to the latest blockbusters, we are here to talk about it.
Craig Lin – @CraigLin
Founder & Editor-in-Chief of Reel Anarchy
Craig has been blogging about movies for five years now, hailing from Glasgow, Scotland. He created the now defunct site Hero Rundown and wrote a few articles for Moviepilot, before joining the team at Omega Underground as an editor. During his time there he gained valuable experience and knowledge about the movie industry. He decided to move on and start DC Films Hub, originally as a Twitter feed, then in November 2017 he created a site alongside Benjamin Evertz as a place for DC fans to come together. Now, with the sites combined Craig will put his energy and experience into Reel Anarchy and share his passion for movies with others.
Benjamin Evertz – @Mr_Evertz
Co-Founder of Reel Anarchy, News Editor & Podcaster
Benjamin Evertz (@Mr_Evertz) a longtime friend of Craig’s helped co-found DC Films Hub. Benjamin deals with the writing and social media side. He mainly focuses on the Reel in Motion podcast and our YouTube channel.
Benjamin is a former writer at the now-defunct Hero Rundown site, that’s where he and Craig met. Benjamin loves writing editorials and is an avid fan of the social networking site Vero.
John Garza – @Ser_Jon_Arryn
Senior Editor, Columnist & Podcaster
John joined DC Films Hub in March of 2018 but has been a fan of DC since the early 90’s. So when he learned that a site was designed and specifically meant for DC fans to enjoy and discuss all of his favourite films, he took the opportunity to join as a columnist and writer.
Being able to express his thoughts and opinions on the wonderful things DC has done and will continue to do is a privilege he doesn’t take lightly. There will be no puff piece editorials on cats being saved out of trees.
Lorena Leon – @lorebuffay
Lorena joined as a contributor in June 2018. Lorena studies tourism. She’s growing in the writing area with her own sci-fi novel, works for the Spanish site Escuela de la Golondrina and she also has her own blog about short stories. She has been a DC comics fan since she was 9 years old and being able to write and express her opinions about her favourite comic book world is a dream come true.
Noah Copeland – @NoahCopeland4
Noah originally joined DC Films Hub as a contributor in March 2018, Noah is thrilled to be a member of the Reel Anarchy team! Noah has loved the heroes of the DC Universe longer than he can remember, once even winning a spelling bee for knowing how to spell ‘league’ from watching the Justice League cartoon so often. Now, Noah seeks to supplement his interest in comic books and movie/television entertainment with journalism, something Noah hopes to explore as a student at the University of Michigan (’22).
Noah looks forward to delivering stories and engaging with other fans. He is grateful to have a chance to write about about heroes that have always provided him inspiration and hopes to remind readers just as he has been that you are always the hero of your own story.
Ambarish Deshpande – @Ambarish17
Ambarish joined Reel Anarchy in May 2019. He’s a writer, comic book and movie aficionado from Pune, India. Amarish also writes short stories and movie reviews on his own blog. He is obsessed with dissecting narrative techniques, peeling back layers of intricate stories and second guessing where a movie is headed.
Thomas Gemmell – @TGemm
Thomas is a teacher of Drama and Media, former corporate trainer and a director/performer in non-professional theatre. He is passionate about education and helping others realising their potential. He is a huge fan of classic movies, paranoid conspiracy thrillers, Bond, Mission Impossible and quality TV. While he has read very few comic books he has been a major fan of how those heroes are adapted for the big screen, and what they mean to us. Thomas has written plays and been planning an epic fantasy superhero novel for a decade. One day he’ll start typing it. He goes on and on about media on his blog page and is kind of in love with Kirsten Wiig ever since Bridesmaids. He is married with two children and lives in Scotland.
Ryan Hyde – @Elscorcho177
Ryan joined Reel Anarchy in June 2019. He loves to write, read books and watch movies in his spare time. He currently resides in Philadelphia with his wife.
Gabe Gabrielle – @gabeintheshell
Gabe Gabrielle started blogging about movies in 2011, at the age of 15, and never stopped ever since. Brazilian, he studied Film in the state of São Paulo and although he couldn’t finish school, he never stopped pursuing a career in filmmaking. After years of experience writing for a small Brazilian website and as an independent filmmaker, Gabe joins the team of Reel Anarchy to contribute with his perspective on the vast number of movies he loves – and the very few ones he doesn’t like as well.
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