At Pop Culture Review, we’re fascinated by the world we live in and how, as 21st Century Americans, we perceive that world.
PCR will focus on reviewing and judging the onslaught of entertainment, celebrity and pop culture that assault our senses on a daily basis. At Pop Culture Review, we hope to make you laugh and we hope to make you think. I am sure, at some point, we will make you mad.
The People That Make the Words …
Michael Caputo is a writer and pop culture enthusiast based out of New York. In addition to freelance writing assignments, Michael is the founder and managing editor of PopCultureReview.com and a co-host of TV Talk, a nightly internet radio show presented by somanyshows.com. When not watching TV or Movies, Michael is probably playing video games (poorly) or Tweeting at @popcultureview.
YYB has been around since the dawn of time (or at least the Internet) based out of New York. She’s written about TV under various incarnations. As YYB, currently writing for PCR and SoManyShows, and occasionally calling TV Talk to yell at Jay and Mike. In-between those fun activities, YYB is working on a few book projects, posting on Instagram under accessibao, and/or irritating the heck out of her PT instructors.
Sheila McGann is a contributing writer at Popculturereview.com. A life long music, theater, book, (true crime) podcast, TV, and movie enthusiast from New York City, Sheila’s taken her love of being a pop culture consumer and channeled it into becoming a pop culture writer. Armed with wit and sarcasm and little to no authority on the subject matter at hand, Sheila is pontificating on the things you care about in this world! Follow Sheila on Twitter @SheilsMcGangsta.
Catherine Gonzales is a contributing writer at PCR. She’s better known as the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of ShuffleOnline. Catherine’s passion for seeking quality content is what drives her. She’s an expert TV binger and taco aficionado. Catherine is fueled sugar free Redbull and lots and lots of tacos. Follow her on Twitter @things_catloves and Instagram at thingscatloves.
Kayla Fink is what “pop culture” would call a millennial though she will argue with this if you ask her about it. Kayla reigns from central Wisconsin. She found her way to PCR via Twitter and The Brave fandom. Excited to be writing and trying new things and trusting the process wherever it may take her. Kayla is a professional multi-tasker, always working on many projects. On any given night, she can be found at home watching a new show, running out the door to the theatre when a show is in town, curled up on the couch with a good book, or at a local coffee shop working on one of her many projects. Want to know more about Kayla? Follow her on Twitter (@kfink12).
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