Contributors

Matthew Whitaker

A dedicated geek in both the technical production workings, as well as cinema both old and new.  Lover of Chanbara, Bruceploitation, action cinema rife with guns, headshots, unlikely heroes, characters too cool for school, fast cars, bowls of sashimi, everything Kitano.

He turns the dials of screenmayhem.com, is the host of the Screen Mayhem show, Cinema Bushido and The Clones Cast.

matthew@screenmayhem.com
@eviltwinghost

Lee Van Clief

Our Resident Anarchist is a dirty bird of a man, hopped up on world history, economics and anything that isn’t normal.  When he isn’t partaking of Bourbon and daydreaming about what role indentured servitude may play in colonizing the stars; he is usually listening to lectures, reading something boring or destroying the kids of single mothers on Overwatch. He thinks Puccini is life, the ipod was the greatest invention of mankind and his super power is that he is lucky in his friends.

He knows next to nothing about cinema.

lee@screenmayhem.com
@Houkt_un_Fanixs

Paul Salt

Writer / Podcaster

Paul Salt is a British approximation of a Man. He lives in London and lives for film. He is a co-host of the One Good Thing Podcast and enjoys nothing more than getting into a deep discussion about film, films and the cinema.

He loves quiet cinemas, genre movies, practical effects, a deliberate pace, strong female characters, and the IMAX.

He hates phones in cinemas, excessive CGI, lazy humour and Michael Bay.

His top ten favourite films are:
1. Oldboy
2. The Dark Knight
3. No Country for Old Men
4. Fight Club
5. The Lord of the Rings Trilogy
6. Memento
7. The Big Lebowski
8. The Shining
9. Rear Window
10. 2001: A Space Odyssey

paul@ogtpod.com
@OgTpod

Jana Rumberger

Writer / Editor / Podcaster

Jana Rumberger makes art, words, and sounds. She loves documentaries, romantic comedies, trashy fiction, biographies, and the occasional action flick. When she isn’t writing for the site, or podcasting with the crew, she can be found making other people’s words sound better.

janarumberger.net
@janarummy