Reading things here on occasion, I'm sure you'll come to find that I'm a watcher of bad movies. But if you weren't aware, there are rules for seeing said bad movies. The crux of those rules rely on the aggregation of reviews by a wonderful site called RottenTomatoes.com.
If you've never been there, I think it's a great starting point to see if a movie is good or bad. RT takes all internet-based reviews and assigns them a Fresh or Rotten rating. It doesn't mean that all Fresh movies are good, nor does it mean that all Rotten movies are bad... but it's a good starting point.
A few years ago, I used to write for an entertainment-based blog called The-Trades.com. Amongst the things I'd write about were television shows, DVD reviews and the occasional sneak peak movies – I'd show you some of my previous work there, but it appears to have since been removed (nice).
One day, while googling “seth gunderson”, a funny result appeared – I had a author's page on Rotten Tomatoes. I didn't think it was me. But sure enough, some of my reviews from The-Trades.com had appeared on their site and were accounting for some of the Fresh, or Rotten, ratings.
I didn't think anything of it again until a few months ago. I googled my name (which we all should from time to time) and rediscovered my RT author page. I thought about how cool it would be if my Bad Movie Night reviews were ALSO on there. So I contacted RT and they helped me get everything set up.
After taking some time yesterday morning, I'm proud to announce that Seth Gunderson's RottenTomatoes.com author page is all up to date!
So once again, I'm published. Sorta. Oh, and the picture above is when I had a mustache for a day. Sexy eh?