Mike graduated from SDSU with honors, having Majored in English and Minored in Film. He watches too many films with time he doesn’t really have. He also writes short screenplays that will probably never be birthed on celluloid, but he’s definitely working on it. In addition to writing film reviews for the Reel Worth website, he is also an Arts/Entertainment writer for the AOL-owned news website, Patch.com, and a San Diego Film Contributor for Culturemob.com. In his spare time he also writes creative short fiction, and has been published. If there’s a legit flick out there, he’ll let you know, and if there isn’t, he’ll waste his time and money so you don’t have to. Mike is also the Editor of ReelWorth.com and is currently writing in third person.
He goes by the name of Red. Yes it’s real and no it’s not fake (double real). Red is currently attending some Art School in San Francisco, and is specializing in film and media. Whenever he has the spare time, and doesn’t waste it watching films, he practices the classic art of break-dancing and makes random short films.
Born and raised in San Diego, Eric grew up with a poetic imagination. With the desire to travel the world and with the willingness to try anything new, he became an escapist at a young age. He indulged himself in diverse mediums in art, television and film as his own way to travel and explore. He also harbors a passion for History, as he would often read about many cultural references featured in films and it’s significance.
“Unsung. Underrated. Under appreciated. The one, the underachievers had underestimated.” – Black Thought