Shawn S. Lealos
Shawn S. Lealos is a freelance writer who received his Bachelor's degree in Journalism from the University of Oklahoma with a minor in Film Studies. He has worked as a journalist for over 20 years, first in the world of print journalism before moving to online media as the world changed. Shawn is a former member of the Society of Professional Journalists and the Oklahoma Film Critics Circle before relocating to Texas and has work published in the Daily Oklahoman, Oklahoma Gazette, Vox Magazine and Loud Magazine and on websites like The Huffington Post, CBS, Time Warner Cable, Yahoo, The Movie Network, Chud, Renegade Cinema, 411mania and Sporting News. Shawn is also a published author, with a non-fiction book about the Stephen King Dollar Baby Filmmakers and has begun work on a new fiction series as well. Visit Shawn Lealos' website to learn more about his novel writing and follow him on Twitter @sslealos.
Articles by Shawn S. Lealos
Buffy the Vampire Slayer is a campy drama for the most part but still manages to feature some downright scary monsters.
Despite the animated TV series Family Guy's reputation as a hilarious show, some episodes just aren't that great. We rank them by IMDb score.
While Jaws scared people away from the oceans, there are many shark attack movies that are silly enough to lure people right back in.
Disney may be known for its animated films, but it's produced a lot of memorable live-action films as well. These are the top ten on IMDB!
Disney's empire is built on its animated films, but which ones are the best? We turned to IMDB to find out which films take the top spots!
NCIS has been on the air longer than you might think, and over 16 seasons, it's produced some great episodes, and some that are pretty terrible.
DreamWorks has been producing quality animated films for almost just as long as Pixar, but which ones rank among the best?
The MCU has revealed every movie and Disney+ show for Phase Four and here is how Endgame might play into those projects.
Edgar Wright created some amazing characters in his Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy and here is a look at the MBTI traits of 10 of them.
From Grizzly to the Spider-Slayers, there are many villains in Spider-Man that wouldn't work that well in the MCU.
Supernatural is a show that deals with life and death on a regular basis, and some of the character deaths it featured were truly heartbreaking.
Harry Potter might be full of magic but these heartbreaking deaths made it feel real. This is a ranking of the saddest from Sirius Black to Dumbledoe