Post-Movie’s Contributors


Stephen Slaughter Head (Editor-in-Chief, Head Writer) is also the host of the Diabolique Webcast at – His middle name, Slaughter, is really his middle name. No joke. He co-created the much loved movie news website IGN FilmForce (now IGN Movies), was a staff writer and content producer for IGN Entertainment (2000-08), and a writer for America Online, Netscape and He earned a B.A. in History from Providence College. And he helped make some movies, some of which are listed here.

You can follow Steve on Twitter at

He can be reached at steve[at]


John Black (Co-Host, The Post-Movie Podcast) thinks he has the best job in the world: He gets paid to go to the movies. When he’s not watching films, he works as the Entertainment Editor/Movie Reviewer for, and as a theater writer for AOL’s City Best: Boston. In his spare time, he writes the DVD a Day blog (

He can be reached at john[at]


Dima Balin (Designer) is the founder and publisher of Diabolique Magazine and the co-founder of the Boston Underground Film Festival. He is currently working on several screenplays and trying to attain enlightenment through Buddhism.

John Humphrey

John Humphrey (Writer) grew up in the Washington, D.C. area where he is a graduate of American University. His interest in art led him to continue his education at Rhode Island School of Design. Since 1987, John has lived in the beautiful coastal city of Wilmington, North Carolina (home of EUE/Screen Gems Studios). John has held several creative positions in graphic design, advertising and publishing fields. He has also created illustrations for magazines, newspapers, children’s books, CDs and more. Following a long career in the publishing business, John’s love of film guided him to spend more than three years as assistant manager of a 16-plex, all-digital movie theater. He is currently working in the technology industry and pursuing an MBA in Marketing.

He can be reached at jhumphrey8[at]

Colin Conners

Colin Conners (Writer) is a film student at The University of North Carolina at Wilmington. When he is not pontificating about the lingering aspects of German Expressionism he enjoys long walks on the beach and puppies. His aspirations include a membership in the DGA and a few finished screenplays. Recently, he started working in the industry and has been fortunate enough to be apart of the crew for the T.V movies Somebody’s Child and The Sin Seer along with the upcoming features Max Steel and The Longest Ride.

He can be reached at colinc103[at]

Lola Savage (Writer) is a tenacious young writer from North Carolina, Lola and movies are like peas in a pod. Her creative outlet filtered itself into writing reviews of horror films for fans, by fans on the site She’s particular, and not afraid to say it, preferring unique indie films over the heft of Hollywood releases.

Eric Benner (Writer) was born and raised in Philadelphia Eric Benner grew up with a passion for movies. This passion later became a lifestyle. Realizing he wanted to enter the film industry, Eric made his way to Wilmington, NC and is currently enrolled in film school. In his free time, he writes and directs his own short films and does camera work for various commercials and other film projects. Eric also works at a movie theater on the side to stay close to what he loves most about the film industry, the movies themselves.

Scott Bruffey (Writer) [bio forthcoming]

General inquiries regarding any ol’ thing are best directed to steve[at]