Crimson staff writer
Kiara H. Gomez
Cañas delivers a chilling and compelling story that melds a childhood fear of the dark with the impacts of colonialism and Catholicism in Mexico after the War of Independence.
"I was a writer when I started writing and then when I decided I enjoyed writing and then when I decided I would write again. That's all you need.”
In not shying away from the weirdness of a comic book adaptation, “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” manages to tell an engaging story about living and loving dysfunctionally.