John Gholson was born in Houston, TX in 1975–the same year as his favorite film, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.  He has written film reviews since 1996 and was the co-host of the East Texas cable access show Filmcans, as well as the co-host and news gatherer for The Sticky Floor Society, a movie news and opinions podcast presented by the Savannah College of Art & Design. He has written in the past for Cinematical, SciFiSquad, HorrorSquad, Hollywood-Elsewhere, and Gordon and the Whale. He currently writes for Movies.com and Horror’s Not Dead.

A little bit on the 1 to 10 scale I use…

1–Complete and total garbage in every way.
2–Has only one thing going for it.
3–A truly terrible movie, but it still isn’t totally incompetent.
4–A terrible movie that has enough going on that I could actually see somebody out there liking it.
5–An exercise in mediocrity.
6–A good movie that I don’t really care for, or a “bad” movie that I actually do like.
7–Solid, competent entertainment.
8–Very good.  A definite recommend.
9–Undeniably incredible.
10–A flawless masterpiece of cinema.  Mere words fail me.


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