JILL COZZI (Resident Critic/Webmaster) has been a film critic since 1998; her reviews have been seen at Virtual Urth, Epinions, Rotten Tomatoes, MRQE, and this site's predecessor, Cozzi Fan Tutti. She is one of the original founders of and frequent contributor to Cinemarati: The Web Alliance For Film Commentary, and is a former member of the Online Film Critics Society. By day, she is a web developer, and lives in New Jersey. Her reviews also have appeared in print in That's Life! magazine.
GABRIEL SHANKS (Resident Critic) has reviewed films for the New Jersey Entertainment Journal and That's Life. Online since 1998, his reviews have appeared at Movie Bodega, Juxtaposition, Movie Mania, the Internet Movie Database, MRQE, Rotten Tomatoes, and Epinions. Gabriel was also a Resident Film Critic at Cozzi Fan Tutti prior to its transformation to Mixed Reviews. A former member of the Governing Committee of the Online Film Critics Society, he is a co-founder and Member Critic of the international organization Cinemarati, the Web Alliance for Film Commentary. An award-winning theatre director and playwright whose work has been seen on four continents, Gabriel is based in New York City. Some of Gabriel's favorite films include: Auntie Mame, Apocalypse Now, Dog Day Afternoon, Lilies, Fight Club, The Lady From Shanghai, Citizen Kane, Singin' in the Rain, Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, and Rear Window. Email Gabriel
is a free-lance writer whose reviews of films have
been appearing in print in HomeStyle Magazine, in
New York's Capital District and the Berkshires since
1989. His online reviews appear at The
Ned Pages (since 1996) and he joined the Mixed
Reviews crew in 2003. He is a regular contributor
to the external reviews at the Internet
Movie Database. and is linked to Rotten
Tomatoes as well as being an active participant
on the Cinemarati
Forum. He writes fiction, non-fiction and poetry,
and is a member of the Upstate Independents Screewriters'
Forum in Albany, NY.
|MARTIN SCRIBBS (Resident Critic): The Philadelphia-based pedant, poet, and sot joined Mixed Reviews in 2004. Previously, he had written at his own site, Low IQ Canadian; served as Articles Editor for the University of Pennsylvania Law Review, which published his Comment; and co-authored the college humor bi-weekly The Agitator. LIC's all-puppet version of Daniel Defoe's "A Journal of The Plague Year" won the grudging respect of almost every nursing home in which it appeared. LIC contributes regularly to Cinemarati as a Roundtable participant.|
JEFF HUSTON (Guest Commentary) was the mastermind behind the now-defunct, always-brilliant, much-lamented review site Believe Me. He remains an honorary member of Cinemarati, and occasionally contributes his thoughts to Mixed Reviews.
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