Happy Belated Birthday, ScreenAge Wasteland: You’re Now 4 Years Old!

On June 3, 2019, ScreenAge Wasteland officially launched. So…


We’ve all been so busy with real life that we went and forgot about SAW turning 4! To commemorate actually being able to survive in the Wasteland for another whole year, we’ve got three amazing Top 50s planned for you, screenagers! We’ve already counted down the Top 50 A24 Films, and are currently in the middle of the Top 50 Muppets, but keep an eye out next week for the Top 50 Summer Blockbusters!


Yes, we have merch! A huge shoutout to K. Alvarez and Bob Cram who have made numerous pieces of art that occupy our RedBubble Shop. If you want to support the upkeep of the site, please consider purchasing a t-shirt or mug. We have plenty of cool designs including original artwork and retro movie logos.


Of course, ScreenAge Wasteland would be a ghost town if it weren’t for our fearless commenters, our screenagers, our Wasteoids, our—dare I say it—friends.

Some of you guys are new and some have been with us since we first began this journey. SAW is what it is because of this community. It’s a place where everybody knows your name and movie preferences. We’re one big family. *cue obligatory Fast & Furious sip from a Corona*

For any of our readers who haven’t made the jump to commenting, now is the perfect time to set up a Disqus account and introduce yourself to us by telling us your favorite movie. I promise we don’t bite. Well, Sailor might, but that’s only because he hasn’t had his morning Vodquil yet.

And just as the commenters are an integral part of ScreenAge Wasteland, a website is nothing without content. That’s why we want to give a huge thank you to everyone who has ever contributed content to the site in the past, present, or future. Your personality and opinions have helped give SAW a unique voice in this growing wasteland we call home.

All of our writers volunteer their time for the site. We’d love to pay them actual cash for their work, but unfortunately, that is not possible at this time. However, we can give their other non-SAW-related projects and social media accounts a shoutout!


If you love Romona Comet‘s romantic-comedy reviews every Tuesday then you need to check our her website The Rom Com Catalog which is devoted purely to the genre. If rom-coms aren’t really your thing then I implore you to check out her Stephen King podcast The Circle Opens. You can also follow her on Twitter @itwaslikemagic1.

Bob Cram not only reviews horror movies for SAW, but he is also the mastermind behind the illustrated artwork available on our Redbubble account. He has also written two horror-centric books: 31 Days, 31 Horror Movies Vol. 1 and The Monster War. You can find both of them on Amazon in Kindle and paperback formats. You can find him on Twitter @bob_cram.

Raf Stitt is the man behind Movies to Stream, as well as SAW’s latest podcast, The Canon. You can follow him on Twitter @rafstitt.

Make sure to follow the rest of the team on Twitter. You can find D. N. Williams tweeting @dnwilliams. Dr. Becky O’Brien can be reached at @musicgamer460. Lee McCutcheon operates the Twitter account @twentywordMR. Mark Naff can be found @QuestionMarkNaf. Jacob Holmes can be reached @JacobHolmesAPR. Finally, Ralph Hosch can be found @rhoschjr.

As for our non-Twitter folk, let’s give a round of applause to Nokoo, R.J. Mathews, Billy Dhalgren, K. Alvarez, Sailor Monsoon, and Jinxy!


It’s time to head down to the comments and get this party started! We hope to see old and familiar faces drop in (even if it’s just for a quick hi and to confirm you’re still around)!

Please feel free to tag any of your Disqus friends that you think would also love to be a part of ScreenAge Wasteland. This is a community that is open to anyone and everyone who wants to come together and talk about what we all love: movies.

We’ll see you in the trenches, screenagers! Take care.

Author: Marmaduke Karlston

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