Meet Alan Scherstuhl, Your New Voice Film Editor


Good news, Voice faithful: We’ve got a new film editor!

Please join us in welcoming Alan Scherstuhl to the Voice.

Alan is a longtime critic and editor with “too many degrees and cities” under his belt. He has covered theater, film, books, and news across the country, including some incredible rants in Los Angeles, and for his Studies in Crap blog column — which returns to the Voice this week after running in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Kansas City — Alan has archived hundreds of bizarre and terrible books, and even once cooked up a terrifying Jell-O salad invented by Rush Limbaugh’s grandmother — all in the name of journalism, of course.

In his first weeks at the Voice, Alan has pantsed Dinesh D’Souza’s
2016: Obama’s America
and got all think-piecey about colonialism in
Indiana Jones.

We look forward to many more panstings.

Welcome, Alan!