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Owner / Producer
Some came into this world with a silver spoon, Levi came out wielding a rusty machete. Born and raised in Western New York state he spent most of his cold winters huddled inside watching bizarre and inappropriate movies for a seven-year-old.
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Editor In Chief
The former editor-in-chief, Jason still reappears in the rafters of our fair site from time to time but he now spends his days leaping from one place to another, trying to put right what once went wrong. You can still find his words across the toxic constellation that is the internet. Go to his twitter and he will shamelessly tell you where.
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Kaitlin wields a red pen like a katana and gets her kicks making fun of poorly written fanfiction. She forsook a life of editing, only to be drawn back in by the seductive allure of the misplaced modifier. The owner of an encyclopedic mind and a fangirl's heart, she bawls uncontrollably every time she sees a picture of Castiel and will throw down with you over where exactly Peter Bishop went. There may be slightly incriminating pictures of her in a TARDIS. Call her an editrix at your own peril.
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When not hosting her own segment for Pineapple Radio, a Psych fan podcast, or playing bass for a cowboy rock band A Life in Reverse, Aki spends most of her time doing a fantastic impression of a chicken with her head cut off. Her hobbies include catching up with her favorite TV shows, stalking Murder by Death whenever they tour her city, and thinking up ways of living a more Real Genius kind of life. Oh yeah, and she writes for We Love Cult too.
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Alison Kjeldgaard is an aspiring editor, avid film viewer, and obsessed tango dancer. She graduated in 2009 with two journalism internships under her belt, an English Literature degree, and a national economic crisis. Despite this, Alison has paid the bills working odd jobs and taking every chance she can to travel. So far, she has traveled through much of Western Europe, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Costa Rica, and Argentina.
She writes regularly for GALO Magazine, WeLoveCult.com and offSanFrancisco.com, and has been published in Pork & Mead and Mouse Tales.
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Angela hesitates to call herself a writer, fearing commitment of any kind. A graduate of a respected university, she refuses to name drop until offered compensation (loan forgiveness) for doing so. She has a preternatural fear of being mauled by sharks, even while inland. She blames Spielberg.
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Bree writes when she is not skiing off cliffs, facing down funnel clouds, or plumbing the depths of the internet. She's published short stories with Dead Dog Press, Six Sentences, and BlazeVOX and currently blogs about her hair-raising experiences in the Rocky Mountains at extremetothemax.com. She's still waiting on her admission letter to Hogwarts, but if you can't mail her that, cookies will do just fine.
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Ethan is a writer, internet radio show co-host (Intellectual Overload on party934.com), and a licensed, bonded Demonologist. When he’s not attempting to summon Eldritch abominations for his weekly coffee klatch, he likes to perform intensive experiments into Newton’s Laws of Motion involving himself, skis, and an icy mountainside. He also plays video games way more than he would ever admit to his parents.
Heather is an avid reader of the fantasy genre and has a passionate appreciation for film. Currently studying film at the University of Nebraska, she plans on becoming much more involved in the film community. She enjoys writing as well, especially for We Love Cult, and she has an almost unhealthy love for Doctor Who.
Follow me on Twitter @heatherlbarnes
Published writer, former on-screen zombie, hip hop DJ for the UK based Vectis Radio, driver, mad man. Jody is a tatted freak, sci-fi/horror expert, and future zombie apocalypse survivalist. You can read his work here and on the curiously named JodyNeilRuth.com
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Myles Hewette Cockcroft is a writer, comedian and part-time unemployed person living in Brooklyn, New York. When not watching terrible movies on Netflix streaming, he watches TV shows from his youth over and over again, often while weeping and cursing the heavens. He co-wrote and directed the short film My Roommate the Robot for Campus Moviefest at Boston University. Because of his drunken, profanity-laced acceptance speech upon winning best comedy, Campus Moviefest has still not returned to Boston University. In his spare time he performs stand up and writes single camera sitcoms about historical figures.
Follow me on Twitter @myleswithay
Rob became a geek at a very young age. Growing up on a farm, with the
nearest kid his age living five miles away, Rob had a lot of time to
watch movies, read comic books, and play with his Star Wars action
figures. He now finds time to write for a few different websites, spend time with his
family, and send out too many tweets.
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Sean Hunter is your standard man about town. He enjoys apples, knife-fights, and Oxford commas. A typical evening with Sean would include listening to Bob Dylan, drinking expensive beer, and street fighting. Additionally, Sean loves writing about various forms of entertainment. He has worked for such outlets as First Showing, Gordon And The Whale, and Cinema Blend. Puppies are always welcome payment for his musings. You can send the puppies to his current residence in Colorado
Steven Sautter is a punk ass book jockey. He looks quite dashing in a frock coat. His work has appeared in The Terrible Zodin, I'll Explain Later and the fiction anthology, Red Phone Box. He has experienced profound moments with cephalopods.
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After tragically losing his childhood innocence by watching Steven Seagal kick a man under a train in Under Siege 2: Dark Territory, Tarun emerged from the shadows to graduate from NYU with a degree in Film & English and become a mild-mannered New York City assistant by day and a vigilante writer of everything from Victorian-era fiction to Asian film criticism by night. You can find more of his work at tarunshanker.com and acdrifter.com
Follow me on Twitter @tuna365
Tiffany is a sci-fi/horror geek who loves debating the religious undertones of â€œThe Matrixâ€ trilogy, or the concepts of race relations in â€œBlade.â€ Now living in Los Angeles, Tiffany enjoys spending time outside, or ice skating. Lover of books, movies, and television, she can be seen reading anything from Harry Potter to Romeo and Juliet. When not immersed in a book, or watching â€œAlienâ€ again for the millionth time, Tiffany can be found contemplating her existence after the demise of â€œLOST,â€ â€œ24,â€ while waiting for â€œBuffyâ€ to return.
Follow me on Twitter @Angelized_1st