Contributors

Formerly known under the pseudonym of Alex Jowski.
Site owner, movie aficionado, and film school grad. Matthew Coats presents reviews, some written, some as vlogs, and some as weekly shows, for a variety of different movies and television shows. After years of struggling to get his own projects off the ground amidst the normal routine of living, Matthew Coats decided to create a site in order to share and promote movie reviews, video games and much much more from talented and original people all across the internet.

Brody Brennick is the host of the thrice weekly gaming news show on the site, ” The Basics with Brody Brennick”, which can be found in the gaming section of Geek News on the site. He hosts a weekly gaming podcast called, “The Game On Podcast”. He has a history with Geek Juice, often appearing on Geek Juice gaming and the Mentalcast from time to time. Brody is currently a student who plans on going to Film school to further his Film career, and he is also an amateur stage actor.

Writer, Anachronism, Biologist, Fly Fisherman, and always searching for the Azoth!

Just a guy who loves movies and wants to talk about them.

I listen to music, write about music, and complain about new music…mostly.

An independent filmmaker and comic book artist as well as a stand-up comedian. Here Charley presents his short films as well as some of his comedic artwork.

I’m a fan of cinema and have been since a young age. I love to write analysis and discuss the film making process to give myself a better appreciation for it. My favourite genres of film are dark comedy and cult films. I also happen to like long walks on the beach if that helps…

Corey MacDonald is a student of history, avid gamer and a science fiction fan. Corey graduated university with a history major and hoped to put it to good use, life had other plans. Wrote a blog for the gaming site Screwattack.com, between 2008-2009, and before that, writing for his high school newspaper as a political commentator as well as the newspapers chief photographer. Also writes movie reviews for Criticker.com.

Caroline has a BFA in Acting from Shenandoah Conservatory, and is currently getting an MA in Cinema Studies at Savannah College of Art and Design. She served as the Entertainment Editor and writer for her college newspaper, The ‘Doah. She currently also writes at Screenqueens, Bitch Flicks, and her blog. (check out the link below!) You can usually find her listening to Bruce Springsteen or watching movies.

I have appeared on Mentalcast, MVG Live, and You Can’t Be Serious. Outside of that, I do a convention vlog called Con Adventure Time and Things to Do While Waiting for Con. I dig this site, and look forward to venturing more into it.

The ‘Video Nasties’ was a subject that fascinated Glenn from the time when the scare was going on, those little forbidden video cassettes, the films that promised so much more than they could mostly deliver, and those that sometimes offered so much more. They left an impression and a love for the horror genre that was more permanent than any advertising campaign could have hoped. Since starting and completing ‘The Nasties Review’, a series of video reviews of the DPP 72 on Youtube, this interest has expanded to include writing about a wider range of films including some of the most controversial of today’s horror from around the world. It’s these cult, exploitation, horror and controversial films that he attempts to approach in a more sympathetic and critical light to analyse what they are and what makes them tick.

Brandon Nichols is an enthusiast of filmmaking, sports and Robot Wars. He enjoys movies, cartoons, wrestling, video games, rock n roll music, watching online videos and competing in robot combat competitions. He is currently attending college where he is studying film production and communications. He became a fan of the various reviewers on That Guy With The Glasses and in 2009 he began an internet review show called Hardcore Kid Movies for www.reviewersunknown.com and now for Geek Juice Media.

Hello my name is Dustin aka TheHyruleBard on youtube. I am a voice actor, reviewer, and let’s player and I love making videos. I mostly do reviews on anime on my anime reviewing channel HyruleAnime,

Born and mostly raised on the West Bank of New Orleans, Iason Skullsaber is an illustrator, Graphic Artist, MUGEN fanatic, Writer of “Free & Legit Games”, A bit of a conspiracy theorist, and a student.

James Sullivan was born in New Orleans, LA. At the age of five his family moved to Marin County, CA where they still live to this day. He attended Redwood High School where he got into stage acting. Then after graduation, he went on to study film at College of Marin. After receiving his Liberal Arts degree, he went to San Francisco State University where he got a BA in Cinema Production. He still lives and works in Marin County to this day.

Kevin Daley is a table top RPG, video game, and sports nerd. He also enjoys watching Italian exploitation films and giving Alex Jowski a hard time. He loves Squirrels. He also really despises the snow.

Kristen D. is a writer and aspiring filmmaker originally from Brooklyn, NY. She loves a ton of different things including movies, T.V shows, videogames, music, cooking and cosplay. She covers most of those subjects and anything else she’s interested in on her series Kristen D. Eats The World.

Hillbilly Japanophile Ghetto Chic™ at its finest; Cass is a Graphic Designer and Social Media Manager whose been a full blown “Fujoshi” (lit. Rotten Woman) since the late 90s; obsessing over Horror, Anime, Drag Queens, and the occasional Crime Drama, Cass brings her self proclaimed ‘unique’ view of Asian music and culture in the weekly radio program, o.t.o. -恩讐と音楽-.

Often mistaken for the ginger screenwriter/actor of the same name, Mike White has been a frequent contributor to publications such as CinemaScope, Paracinema, Detroit’s Metro Times, and Detour-Mag.com. He’s served on juries at the Slamdance, Cinekink, MicroCineFest and Kansas City film festivals. Additionally, he’s been featured in the documentaries David Goodis: To a Pulp and The People Vs. George Lucas. In 2010, BearManor Media published Impossibly Funky: A Cashiers du Cinemart Collection. A collection of film reviews, Cinema Detours, will be published in 2013.

Media manipulator-amateur analyst-professional smartass: creator of several different web series that mostly cover his befuddlement at mainstream tastes, love/hate relationship with cult films and sometimes just his desire to make u laugh while thinking…

Resident Mistress of shenanigans & purveyor of nonsensicals. Mistress J (Jillian Zurawski) is a huge “Nintendork”, Zelda maniac, anime freak, actor, & artist. She’s the proprietor of the game streaming show Come Play With Me and The V Spot; covering video game news & announcements… and whatever – as well as “Mistress J’s amiibo Watch” regarding amiibo releases, restocks, & deals announced via her facebook & twitter accounts. If you would like to support Mistress J’s creative endeavors & general existence, you may do so here -Thank you for visiting, and please come again!

VHS collector, horror fanatic, and lover of the 80’s neon night life. I once ate a Texas BBQ burger compiled with Mac and cheese and fried green beans. I celebrate Hanukkah.

Classic PC gaming, Horror loving, VHS collecting Canadian head of Geek Juices Gaming & PR/Marketing man he’s the youngest (& probably shortest) of the entire site. Originally joining Geek Juice with his previous show Circuit Break before it fell through he then started doing classic PC gaming reviews for Geek Juice on his show ReviewDrone. He is the Head of Gaming and is PR/Marketing for GeekJuice also appearing on many podcasts as a guest.

Born and raised in the northeast suburbs of Detroit, Rob cultivated a love of movies at an early age. He remembers his first movie experience – seeing Star Wars in a theatre at age two – but didn’t remember the images, only the sounds. From there, his folks took him constantly to see things he probably shouldn’t have. At age 9, the VCR came to his home. That’s when Mr. St. Mary decided that was the perfect time to show his young son, Rob, a double feature of Melvin Van Peebles’s Watermelon Man and Stanley Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange. Suffice it to say, the boy has always been weird ever since.

Ryan Laskodi is an award-winning journalist, freelance writer, editor, media critic and social media expert based out of Southern California. He is a graduate of California State University, Fullerton where he majored in communications. Currently he is the editor-in-chief for the Geek Juice News section at Geek Juice Media. He is also the editor and social media director, as well as a content writer, for Hidden Horrors You Must See, a horror media blog started by his friend James Coker. He is grateful to be a part of the Geek Juice family.

A student who’s studying in marketing. He usually spends his free-time on watching movies, listening to music, reading books, and creating things you’re probably reading/listening right now.

The Tonnina is like Tigger and the Highlander; There is only one. The Tonnina is married to Kevin Daley from The Mountain’s Hearth and the Cult of Joe D’Amato. Tonnina contributes to Geek Juice by participating in Trailer Park and an occasional Geek Juice Radio show. She also has two pages, (though because of moving to CA to be an adult, these pages haven’t been updated recently) Facebook Me and The Tonnina Reviews. The Tonnina enjoys video games, art, and tv. She is lazy but visits the gym a few times a week. The Tonnina is unique! The Tonnina is loving! The Tonnina is Shiny! The Tonnina is Geeky!

Journalist/Writer/Music Geek Extraordinaire/ Film Snob (Yes I admit it)/ Anime Fan/ LGBTQI Member + Supporter

Born in 1990. At the age of 17, he decided wanted to make movies and other pieces of entertainment. In 2013, he graduated from Shenandoah University with a 4 year degree in Mass Communications and a minor in Theater. Later that year, he enrolled into the The Factory Digital Film Program at The Douglas Education Center and graduated in September 2014. He hopes to one day become a writer, director, producer and occasional actor in various projects.