Meet the Team

Melissa Ann
Owner/Editor-in-Chief/Writer/Reviewer
Melissa is the proud owner of HorrorGeekLife.com! She wrote for a few horror review sites before starting HorrorGeekLife, which combines her love of horror, geeking out and gaming. She loves to support indie and low budget projects and is a sucker for practical effects and 80's cheese. Connect on social media and let's chat!
Brent Hannon
Site Design/Content Creator
Brent was raised on gaming and has a deep love for practical effects in films, especially sci-fi. He's been venturing into the indie game world and will have his dev work featured in the upcoming "Battlesloths 2015: The Great Pizza Wars." To be published by Rooster Teeth Games soon!
Curt Oglesbee
Head Editor/Lead Horror Editor/Writer/Reviewer
Curt has a vast knowledge of all film genres, with an emphasis on horror. He started reviewing films professionally in 2015 and now oversees all film reviews with HorrorGeekLife as Head Editor. He's also a lover of cheese, both in cinema and edible form.
Justin Corbett
Lead Comics Editor/Writer/Reviewer
Justin loves horror, comic books, podcasts, and metal music... also cats. He's the host of the weekly Mindfudge Comedy Podcast- check it out at www.mindfudgecomedy.com. He's also the co-owner of Gray Bear Comics. Check out his new comic series, "Speak No Evil," at www.graybearcomics.com.
Jason Lei Howden
Writer/Reviewer
In 2015 Jason Lei Howden released Deathgasm, which premiered at SXSW and went on to play in over 60 international film festivals. The film collected awards including Best Director at the Knoxville Horror Film Festival, Best Film at Toronto After Dark, and Best Feature Screenplay from the New Zealand Writers Guild. Although Deathgasm is Jason Lei Howden’s first feature film, the New Zealand native is no rookie in the movie industry. For six years, Howden worked for Peter Jackson’s NZ-based effects company WETA Digital as a VFX compositor. As a visual effects artist, Howden’s credits include work on the Hollywood productions The Avengers, Prometheus, The Hobbit Trilogy, The Great Gatsby, The Wolverine and War Of The Planet Of The Apes.
Tori Danielle
Writer/Reviewer
Tori has always had a passion for horror and writing. She loves to focus on supporting indie, especially indie films.
Matt Aspin
Writer/Reviewer
Geek. Coffee Drinker. Troll Hunter. Northerner. Owner of a beard, an attention seeking cat and 2 arsehole dogs.
Jeff Widman
Writer/Reviewer
Even with a borderline unhealthy obsession with movies, Jeff's entertainment consumption does not display exclusivity. TV, video games, comics, books; his geekdom is without boundaries. Writer, podcaster, and predominantly - a fan.
Tracy Allen
Writer/Reviewer
I sing, you sing, we all sing for icing! Or something like that. Tired of singing about frosting? Check out Tracy's other reviews on Facebook or see what inane babblings she's been sending on Twitter!
Lee Leclere
Writer/Reviewer
Lee is a Yorkshire gamer who also dabbles with music, films, TV and sarcasm.
Landon
Writer/Reviewer
Silver Bullet enthusiast. Joe Bob Briggs disciple. Almost set Ted Raimi up on a blind date. Obsessed with Donald Pleasence and Everett McGill. Speak fluent movie quotes.
Michael Schwartz II
Writer/Reviewer
Michael grew up watching Godzilla, 80's horror, and exploitation films on VHS. He complains about some of the really weird ones on his YouTube show "Horror in Obscura with Michael Jay."
Melissa Papelbon
Writer/Reviewer
Mark Trammell
Writer/Reviewer
Mark is a graduate of the University of Birmingham and the Watkins Institute. He holds a MA in Creative Writing, a BA in English Literature, and an Associates in Film Studies in the field of Direction. He has written for Kaleidoscope, Rue Morgue, Film Equals, and he's currently one of the resident television critics at TV Equals. You can see more of his work at www.tvequals.com/author/mark.
Donnie Keller
Writer/Reviewer
Donnie is an opinionated movie buff from New York. He can always tell you who that guy was from the flick about that thing from a few years back.
Tyson Hanks
Writer/Reviewer
Tyson is a fan of horror— both literature and film. He is also a published author, and while he has yet to receive a literary award, he did get a gold star on a middle school English paper once. Tyson's work has been published in Sanitarium Magazine, as well as the World War I horror anthology “Kneeling in the Silver Light,” and his first novel, "Greetings from Barker Marsh," was released in September, 2016. Check out his site at www.tysonhanks.com.
John Brian
Writer/Reviewer
Old school British gamer, very sarcastic and full of wit with a love for all things geek and gaming who also uploads to YouTube, time permitting.
Paul Bird
Writer/Reviewer
Paul is an English geek. I love comics, video games, wrestling, TV and film. So basically all the good stuff.
Amy Dunbar Page
Writer/Reviewer
Amy breathes TV shows, drinks video games and eats movies. Writer, gamer, couldn't be lamer. All things geeky and horror are welcome here.
Tom Harnett
Writer/Reviewer
Joseph Griffiths
Writer/Reviewer
Movies, television, video games and comic books. These things are serious business. Everything else is just put here by The Devil to test our faith.
Josh Brown
Writer/Reviewer
Josh likes to write. Sometimes he write stories, sometimes he writes articles. Sometimes he plays video games and writes reviews about them. You can find him on social media under @BlackWidowofLP.
Chip Gillock
Writer/Reviewer
Chip is a movie/video game/music geek. He's also a member of the Twitch podcast 'The Geek Train,' which broadcasts live every Sunday.
Scott Crawford
Writer/Reviewer
Scott is a horror movie enthusiast who is also co-host of The HorrorDrunks Podcast. He started playing video games on the Intellivision at a very young age. He now plays games on the PlayStation 4. He loves RPGs and action/adventure games.
Lacy Lou
Writer/Reviewer
Lacy Lou has a major love for horror films, however that won't stop her from chatting you up about any show or other film genres!
Alex Glick
Writer
David Lawson
Writer/Reviewer
Mikal KHill
Writer/Reviewer
Mikal kHill is a father, husband, mc, folksinger, producer, video game music composer, and IT specialist who lives in North Carolina.