Ashley Menzel is a francophile and married to We Live Film founder Scott Menzel. She attends screenings weekly and her favorite genres include foreign, romantic comedies, and quirky independent dramedies.
Daniel Rester is one of the administrators and lead writers of WeLiveFilm. He also invented the popular Grade Book section here on the site. Daniel is a Southern Oregon University alumni and has a Bachelor of Science degree with a double major in Communication (Film, Television, and Convergent Media) and Emerging Media and Digital Arts. He has been involved with writing and video production for years, and even wrote and directed a feature-length film for his capstone.
Zachary Marsh has been reviewing movies since 2009, and has been reviewing for WeLiveFilm since 2012. His passion for movies is undying, and he isn't afraid to say whether or not he likes a film that others call terrible.
Justin Cook is a news writer and film reviewer for WeLiveFilm.com. Hailing from Bergen County, New Jersey, Justin has an extreme passion for all genres of film, and has been writing and filming movie reviews since he was 12 years old. His favorite filmmaker is David Fincher and some of his favorite movies include "Zodiac," "Die Hard," "One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest," and "The Wrestler." Justin is an aspiring filmmaker himself, having written and directed numerous short films.
Mark Krawczyk has been reviewing movies since 1993 when he was on the staff for his high school news paper. He is the host for WeLiveFilm's Horror Thursdays and loves all movies, from b-movies to blockbusters. He has a passion for films and loves discussing movies with anyone and everyone. http://www.specialmarkproductions.com
Matt co-founded We Live Film alongside Scott Menzel during New Year’s Eve 2011. Yes, this goes to show you how geeky the duo really are. Before meeting Scott, Matt was a former college professor, journalist, newspaper film critic, and skit comedy member. Before that, well, he was born.
Matt Marshall is a YouTube movie reviewer who hosts MNMreviews. He has a B.A. in Communications/Journalism from St. John Fisher College and resides in Rochester, NY.
Scott Menzel aka MovieManMenzel is the founder of WeLiveFilm.com and the YouTube channel WeLiveFilm. He is actively working as Entertainment Journalist while attending as many screenings and film festivals as possible.
Pete Macabre has been a part of the We Live Film family since 2011, and is a Blu-Ray/DVD/Home Video columnist on the site. Starting out on the now defunct "Film Fan Channel" on YouTube, viewers came to know "Film Fan Pete" from his weekly Blu-Ray Roundup series. Since then, he has written Blu-Ray reviews and news columns for numerous websites, and is happy to be back home at We Live Film. In addition to his work here on the site, he is the owner and operator at the Horror-themed website, Doctor Macabre's Laboratory. Pete resides in Minnesota with his lovely wife and two (soon to be three) beautiful children.
William Bond Nunn is a musician, movie and television fan, filmmaker, gamer (Metal Gear Solid!), comic book fan, college student, and a nerd who loves to share his thoughts on what he loves (and sometimes hates.). William has been playing bass ever since September of 2004. When he’s not rocking out or playing video games, he tends to watch movies, upload videos on his thoughts on movies/tv shows/games/certain movie news, and is currently co-writing a script for an upcoming film. He’s definitely one of those guys that not only loves to watch movies, but learn about how they were made and put together, which is one of the reasons why he has such a love for seeing movies, making movies, and talking about them. William is currently a student at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville with a major in Journalism and Electronic Media and Pellissippi State Community College with a major in Video Production. William has acted in the short film: Marriage Proposal to Mallorey as Gandalf the White and Thor and helped with most of the camerawork throughout the film. He also wrote and directed the short film: Batman vs Bane Part 1 as a class project in preparation for the release of The Dark Knight Rises. He wants to continue making movies and other short films, but his main goal is to not only make a movie, but to make the music for his movie as well. He loves movie scores and soundtracks and believes that a movie doesn’t truly come to life till the music starts playing. - See more at: http://welivefilm.com/critics/william-bond-nunn/#sthash.jaEpG3cM.dpuf