Dylan Dembrow is a freelance writer who regularly produces articles for Screen Rant and The Quiz. He was born and raised in upstate New York before going on to attend the State University of New York College at Buffalo. While there, Dylan continued to explore his lifelong fascination with the entertainment industry by receiving degrees in both Television/ Film Arts and Writing. Dylan’s obsession with movies and TV first began after he popped in a VHS of Pulp Fiction when he was far too young. Aside from Tarantino, a few of Dylan’s favorite filmmakers include the Coen Brothers, John Carpenter, P. T. Anderson, and David Lynch. Dylan currently resides in Boston, where he enjoys hiking and writing original screenplays in his free time. He can be reached at email@example.com.
Articles by Dylan Dembrow
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