Author: Steve Ramos

Steve Ramos is a national, award-winning journalist whose advocacy of independent and art cinema has made him one of America's leading critical voices. His work has appeared in numerous publications including Boxoffice, The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Movie Jungle.com, New York Magazine.com, Screen Daily and indieWire among others. In 2001, Ramos broke the story of a Cincinnati art-house theater snipping a sex scene from director Wayne Wang's "The Center of the World," which led the theater owner to ban him indefinitely from the theater. Ramos has programmed for film non-profits like 92Y Tribeca in order to bring independent film to larger audiences. He earned a BA in Philosophy from Xavier University and makes his home in Cincinnati, Ohio with his wife and son.

This Week on TV: ‘Better Call Saul’ Returns






The AMC momentum continues when Season 2 of Better Call Saul returns 10pm EST Monday with Switch. Better Call Saul, the story of Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk)l, a hustling, paycheck-to-paycheck attorney, soon to transform into his Breaking Bad character, “criminal” attorney Saul Goodman, continues to grow into a series very bit as riveting as Breaking Bad.

Tights & Masks






Tights & Masks aims to be a weekly dashboard that gathers, curates and shares interesting genre news. Considering Hollywood’s fixation on all things superhero, expect a seemingly endless stream of coverage.