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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

Trading the Bellowed Anthems for the 60-cycle Hum
The breast-beating of 2008 has thankfully given way to a more cerebral 2009, at least as far as Jon Hassell, Animal Collective, and Madlib are concerned.
Behind the Counterculture #6: Pete Wylie
What do you call a bloodsucking fiend in the daytime?
That question and more are answered therein as we explore two recent releases that explore the vagaries of cultural appropriation.
Plugging in with Joe Bonomo
Joe Bonomo, author of the 33 1/3 volume about AC/DC's Highway to Hell, might be rewriting the rules about how we write about rock stars.
Can I Get an Amen
Try a Little Tenderness
Mi and L'au are a French/Finnish couple using their powers of tenderness to part the debris that snarls the raging beast. In me, anyway.
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