Aaron Sagers
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Aaron Sagers is a Manhattan-based columnist and entertainment journalist who writes weekly about all things pop-culture. He is also a paranormal pop culture expert and founder of www.paranormalpopculture.com. Follow him on Twitter (AaronSagers) or contact him at Aaron AT paranormalpopculture.com.

Features // 2 Articles
Columns // 25 Articles
Reviews // 1 Articles
Blogs // 16 Articles
News // 5 Articles
//Features

Paranormal Passions: An Interview with the Ghost Hunters | 7 Dec 2009 // 3:59 PM

The Ghost Hunters Academy investigators talk about the amount of misinformation there is about paranormal investigation and what an awesome season finale would look like.

Syfy 'Ghost Hunters': Living Normally Within Paranormal Pop Culture | 29 Oct 2009 // 4:59 PM

Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson of Ghost Hunters have transcended the paranormal entertainment niche, become lasting pop-culture mainstays, and are busiest men in the ghost business.

//Columns

Feeding an Addiction | 3 Aug 2010 // 4:59 PM

Call me a romantic, but after watching so much of that wet and messy business, I crave a less-is-more, simpler, sexier rendition of food porn. Instead, of grotesque, I prefer burlesque and have found that the good stuff isn’t on reality TV.

A Shark May Not Teach You Lessons About Goodness Like Santa Clause Does, But It Might Eat Your Head | 29 Jul 2010 // 5:00 PM

Christmas in July is a superficial, commercial non-event, so why not celebrate a new Shark Week holiday, a holy season you can really sink your teeth into?

//Reviews

Criss Angel Mindfreak: Collector’s Edition | 17 Feb 2010 // 3:56 PM

Throughout much of this set, Criss Angel fails to wow – and “wow” is pretty crucial for a magician. Even though the magic is fake, it shouldn’t look it.

//Blogs

Ghost House Underground DVDs | 18 Dec 2009 // 3:00 AM

Tim Burton’s Tragic Toys for Girls and Boys | 17 Dec 2009 // 9:00 PM

Tim Burton’s Tragic Toys for Girls and Boys [$15 per set]

//Mixed media
//Blogs

NYFF 2017: 'Mudbound'

// Notes from the Road

"Dee Rees’ churning and melodramatic epic follows two families in 1940s Mississippi, one black and one white, and the wars they fight abroad and at home.

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