InReview is a dedicated site for movie critique and commentary of the highest quality. We’re into articles and videos that create discussions and challenges ideas.
Editor-in-Chief/Site Owner | Mitchell Chapman
Mitchell Chapman is the owner and editor of InReview. He works full-time as a page designer/copy editor at New England Newspapers Inc., which publishes The Bennington Banner, Brattleboro Reformer, Manchester Journal and The Berkshire Eagle. He has been with the company since March 2016. He is also a columnist for The Berkshire Eagle. A member of the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts Class of 2018, he holds a bachelor’s degree in English/Communications with concentrations in Journalism, Creative Writing and Public Relations & Corporate Communications and was editor-in-chief of the school newspaper, The Beacon, as well as campus correspondent for its chapter of Her Campus.
Gaming Editor | Andrew J. Baillargeon
A diehard gamer, sports fan, politically active and a passionate writer. Andrew is a 2019 graduate from the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, where he received a bachelor’s degree in English/Communications, and he’s a heavy competitive gamer during his free time. He’s an aspiring play-by-play commentator in the professional sports world, and also great at hosting sports talk shows and Avid video editing. Previously, he’s been a sports columnist for the MCLA Beacon, color commentator for the Pittsfield Suns, vice president and radio show host for WJJW 91.1 FM, staff writer for MCLA’s chapter of Her Campus, the vice president and executive editor of Cleveland Sports Talk, and a district manager for The Berkshire Eagle.
Film Critic | Alexis Stewart
Alexis Stewart is a film critic for InReview. She is a sharp critic, a sucker for clever writing, and a political junkie. She has graduated from Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts with a Bachelor’s degree in English/Communications and has fiction writing published in MCLA’s Spires and Speculative 66. Previously, she’s been the opinion section editor for MCLA’s chapter of Her Campus, and was vice president of the college’s film club.