Tom Moore

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Location
Wanaque, NJ
School
Ramapo College Of New Jersey
Expertise
The Horror Genre, Everything A24, Video Game Movies
  • Tom has received press accreditation and covered the following film festivals throughout his career: Tribeca Film Festival, New York Film Festival, SXSW, Toronto International Film Festival, Bentonville Film Festival, and Brooklyn Horror Film Festival.
  • He has also made guest appearances on The Pop Break and In Their Own League's various podcasts.
  • Tom is that person who watches A Christmas Story every Christmas.

Experience

Tom Moore comes from Ringwood, New Jersey. Although Tom started small, simply writing movie reviews on Letterboxd before crafting his own WordPress blog, Mooreviews, he's quickly grown over the five years since his start. He not only writes for entertainment sites like The Pop Break and In Their Own League, the latter of which focuses on women and underrepresented voices in film, but has also done some fun list articles for Collider. Now, Tom spends his time on Looper delivering fresh takes and features on everything going on in movies and TV. From explaining the endings of your favorite horror thrillers to talking about the next big gaming adaptation heading your way, there's almost nothing he won't write about.

Education

Tom has a bachelor's degree in Communication Arts with a focus on Journalism from Ramapo College of New Jersey.

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