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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

TFF2014: Indigenous

A goat sucker movie that doesn’t suck

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TFF 2014: Preservation

Director Christopher Denham makes the most of well-worn material in a survival of the fittest thriller

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TFF2014: Zombeavers

The viral phenomenon almost lives up to the hype

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TFF2014: The Canal

Irishman Ivan Kavanagh’s chiller gets inside its protagonist’s—and our—head

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TFF2014: Extraterrestrial

There may be intelligent life on other planets, but not in this movie

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Tribeca Film Festival 2014: The Gay Geek's Preview

Homos, horrors, and high tech goodies abound at this year's installment of the NYC institution

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The Mama's Boy Returns

Bates Motel resurrects Norman Bates, a peculiar milestone for gay men in popular culture

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 on Wed, March 20, 2013

Will the opening of "Bates Motel" be repeated on A & E?  I missed the opening night episode.

 on Thu, March 21, 2013

I don't know about A&E re-running it, but you can watch the episode for free on their website, which is how I saw it.

Backwards and in Heels

Comics creator David Rondinelli is as independent as the heroine he's invented

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 on Sun, January 27, 2013

Node #2 is now available through David's site as well.

Webcomic review: The Life and Times of Tony D

A wholly uninspired web comic. Le sigh.

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