Since graduating from the University of Southern California’s School of Cinema, Steve Biodrowski has worked as a film critic, script analyst, journalist, and interviewer for over sixteen years. As a screenwriter, he has collaborated on The Pacific Conspiracy for Sandy Howard Films and Red Moon for Conrad Puzon Productions, and he has worked on numerous spec scripts. As a script analyst, he has worked at RKO/Pavilion and at World Film, Inc., where he provided coverage for numerous titles, many of which went on to become feature films, such as:
- Corrina, Corrina (with Whoopie Goldberg)
- The Crow (with Brandon Lee, based on the graphic novel by James O’Barr)
- Mixed Nuts (with Steve Martin and Adam Sandler; original title: The Night Before Christmas).
- Sphere (with Dustin Hoffman, based on the novel by Michael Crichton)
- The 13th Warrior (with Antonio Banderas, based on the novel Eaters of the Dead by Michael Chricthon)
- To Die For (with Nicole Kidman, screenplay by Buck Henry)
- Two Bits (with Al Pacino, written by Joseph Stefano)
As a film journalist, Steve’s work has appeared in Movieline, Premiere, and Le Cinephage. He served as the West Coast Editor of Cinefantastique magazine in the 1990s, then worked as the Vice President of Editorial Content at Fandom.Com. Most recently, he served as the Executive Editor at Cinescape Online, before leaving to start his own company.
A lifelong devotee of fantasy films, he now operates Hollywood Gothique, which keeps an eye on cinema events in Los Angeles, and Cinefantasitque Online, the website version of Cinefantastique magazine. His work as a journalist has given him an opportunity to meet and chat with many screenwriters and film directors. You can find some of his interviews and articles on the Samples page: