Founder and Editor (@screencomment) – An alum of Columbia University Ali lives between New York & Paris, world capital of cinephilia. Find his personal blog here: http://alinaderzad.tumblr.com (writings).
Call me dour but I’ll take My Dinner With Andre anyday over Amelie. And I’ll take the Coen Brothers–or better yet, the Tavianis–over the Farrellys. And, again anyday, I’ll take a world with cinema over a world without (writings).
Besides his marvelous persona, Kevin (a.k.a KevBo) has the Friday-edition market cornered, writing and rating one new release per week on that day (writings).
Lita holds a B.A. in Film Studies from Smith College and is working on an M.A. in Cinema Studies at N.Y.U. She’s our Chief Critic for horror and gore movies but covers all genres, too (visit her blog) (writings).
A lifelong New Yorker and graduate of Oberlin College, Sam (who’s also a talented musician) has reviewed film for Spin and L Magazine, among others. He also blogs about rare films (visit his blog) (writings).
Craig is a native New Yorker who writes about the movie business, the box office, how good the attendance is on a movie’s opening weekend. He looks forward to many years of covering movies. So get your popcorn ready ’cause he’s coming (writings).
Eric is a New Yorker and a Columbia University grad. He loves a good action flick, but can watch practically any movie. Favorites include “Hard Boiled,”"Waking Life,” “Oslo, August 31st,” and “Lupin the 3rd: Castle of Cagliostro” (writings).
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