Mike D’Angelo was among the first people to begin writing regular movie reviews on the Web, having created his stubbornly text-only site The Man Who Viewed Too Much in the summer of 1995. He has since been the chief film critic for Time Out New York and written a monthly film/TV column for Esquire, and has also contributed to the Village Voice, Nerve.com, and Variety, among other publications. Currently he writes regular film reviews for the Las Vegas Weekly and contributes a biweekly column on memorable movie scenes to the Onion’s A.V. Club. Due to the crap economy and the state of the freelance market, he recently relocated from Brooklyn, NY to Oxnard, CA, which is…near L.A., anyway. NOTE: I only have a Facebook account so I can login here and elsewhere. Not taking friend requests. If you want to talk to me, do so via Twitter (@gemko).