Meet The Staff
Director and film critic who has worked for such publications as Stylus Magazine and Time Out Chicago. David lived most of life in and around Chicago where he shot a number of short film projects. He has since relocated to Brooklyn, New York. His most recent endeavor is an ambitious film adaptation of Glenn Beck’s masterpiece, “The Christmas Sweater” slated to star Crispin Glover (as Christmas) and Miranda Richardson (as the sweater).
Five Films That David Might Drunkenly Lecture You About After Cornering You In A Bar:
Days of Heaven – Terrence Malick
Playtime – Jacques Tati
Blow Out – Brian De Palma
Shadows in Paradise – Aki Kaurismäki
The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift – Justin Lin
Nick Burd is a writer living in Brooklyn, NY. His writing has appeared in Flaunt, VMan, and Bookforum. He is also the author of the novel The Vast Fields of Ordinary. Mr. Burd hopes to one day have a recurring role as the “black guy” character Todd Palin cautiously befriends on the hit new reality show Alaska, but we here at Boxing Uwe Boll somehow doubt the show will last long enough to see that happen.
Five Albums Nick Wouldn’t Leave Home Without:
Power, Corruption and Lies – New Order
Madvillainy – Madvillain
Loveless – My Bloody Valentine
Dig! – Miles Davis
The Richard D. James Album – Aphex Twin
Louis Doerge is a screenwriter/producer living in Austin, TX. He is half-responsible for the “mumbleGORE” feature Dropping Evil. He also wrote and directed Lily and Lucille’s Hip Creature, which stars Dora Madison Burge and Stephanie Hunt of Friday Night Lights fame. After Boxing Uwe Boll sent him on his first field assignment covering the North Korean
Propaganda Film Festival resulting in his six-month disappearance (and a lot of tears), Louis eventually returned with the resolute demand to never do field assignments ever again.
Comic Books Graphic Novels Louis Will Insist Are Not As Nerdy As You Might Think:
The Building – Will Eisner
Desolation Jones – Warren Ellis
Miracleman – Alan Moore & Neil Gaiman
All Star Superman – Grant Morrison
Ex Machina – Brian K. Vaughn