About Jon Mendelsohn
Originally from Long Island, New York, Jon has always been a connoisseur of pop culture, whether it be film/TV, music or celebrity gossip. He loves horror the most, but adores all genres of film and televison. His favoirte film of all time is Eraserhead, and his favoirte series is probably Twin Peaks, making him extremely fond of the work of David Lynch. In Spring 2019, Jon graduated from Ithaca College with a degree in filmmaking. In 2020, he relocated to Denver, Colorado shortly after beginning a career as an entertainment journalist. In addition to writing news stories for Collider, Jon has contributed to various entertainment news websites, including American Songwriter, Ranker, CBR, and Wicked Horror, among others. Jon is also passionate about acting, travel, and finding the best foodie spots around.
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