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Seth Sherwood

Seth Sherwood is a self-admitted film snob, who is chronically bitter about the movies Hollywood chooses to produce. And YES, that means he has a stack of kick ass screenplays he has been unable to find representation for. He lives in Los Angeles where he works simultaneously as a graphic designer, and writer of comic books (and unsold screenplays).

contributions

The State of The Summer Slate #2: June Was... 07.20.2008
State of the Summer Slate '08: Gone Early 06.06.2008
Forgetting Sarah Marshall's Ex-Boyfriend's Wang 04.24.2008
Cool Movies You've Never Seen 01.27.2006
The Good, the Bad and the Retarded : The Films of 2005 01.05.2006
The Holiday Film Dodge 12.19.2005
Movies To Be Thank-Full For 11.23.2005
Dirty Harry 11.17.2005
I'll KISS KISS Your BANG BANG 11.15.2005

30 from 17: Jason Considers Some LPs
Jason Lewis considers 30 long players that he doesn't always love, though they made their mark. #30 Randy Newman. #29 Cigarettes After Sex
How I Love Blue Monday
San Diego's Tristeza offer a modern organic twist on the undulating moody rock that new order caught us with eons ago.
And The Sticker Really Does Smell Like Laundered Money
Chicago unleashes some of its more virulent cororate citezens in the grindcore of HeWhoCorrupts
Salt n' Sgt. Pepper
Hey, The Beatles, never allowed the time of day here previously have this album out and it's 50 years old and we'd never heard it, so new staffer Katherine Pargeter gave it a listen, so you/we don't have to...
Serpentine No. 5
Nathan Solid Takes It From Behind.
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