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The ability to engage a hyperactive four year old in absorbing coversations about superheroes.
Resides in Brooklyn, NY, USA

I'm a 29 year old preschool teacher and writer who is a geek for many things, especially all things horror.  You can check out my Facebook group Monster Nation for all sorts of scary goodness.

What I'm ReadingThe Before Watchmen books, Buffy Season 9, Swamp Thing, Mars Attacks! 2012.
What I'm PlayingIt's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown UNO with my preschoolers.
What I'm WatchingBesides introducing my boyfriend to the Alien series in honor of Prometheus, The L Word (again, love those sexy lesbians)and Queer As Folk Season 4, and a stack of horror DVDs my friend Roman bequeathed to me.

Recent Posts by justin.lockwood

TFF2015: Family Dynamics

The focus is on family and relationships—including a lesbian teen and a zombie- fighting orphan—in this exemplary Shorts Program

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TFF2015: Great Scott!

The Tribeca Film Festival goes back to retro with the Delorean, murder, and more

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Film Festival! Film Festival!

Wrestling bananas, killer bugs, and the guru of Star Wars are among the attractions at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival

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Monster Nation Ep. 2: On the Road to a Nightmare.

Flame Con headliner Mark Patton sat down with Geeks Out's David Rondinelli and myself this summer.

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Monster Nation: Zombeavers director Jordan Rubin

Behind the scenes with the director of this weekend's horror comedy

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Monster Nation: Zombeavers

Spring into schlocky comedy with this amusing indie

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Monster Nation: Psycho Drama

Bates Motel returns for a third season of sinister soap

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A Bewitching Fandom

Gay super-fan Adam-Michael James creates the obsessive Bewitched Continuum

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Monster Nation: Underground Horrors

The Devil made ‘em do it in these underrated shockers

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Monster Nation: American Homo Story

Is Freak Show the series’ gayest iteration yet?

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 on Tue, December 2, 2014

I love this! I was pretty upset with this episode - I felt like it had a lot of violence towards gay men that was a little gratuitous. I get the American Psycho nod but Patrick Bateman (if I recall correctly, having seen AP a million times and read the book) did not specifically target gay men. When he did kill men it wasn't about their sexuality? Anyway. My thoughts.