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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

Her Haunch
Joe Ambrose waits and waits at the Clarence Hotel Bar
Top 5 2013 albums by artists I love whose albums I no longer get all that excited about hearing.
I asked my therapist, "Why don't I care about the new National album?"
A Case For Genre-Hopping
Charles Barkley: The 5 Minute Interview
Charles Barkley was nice enough to indulge the outsideLeft in a quickie interview last week. He may not be all that important to you, but can still pull more tail than Sinatra in his prime.
Astral Projection for the Enya-Intolerant
Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart...
Philophobia Records' Rob Dee talks to John Robinson about finding hits in Wakefield
Some of our favorite things...