About SF Critic

An era is defined by its culture: Renaissance, Gothic, Flower Power, and more throughout history. But when pop culture comes and goes faster than ever thanks to technology and faster communication, what defines our time now?

At SF Critic, we believe in doing three things: redefine, reimagine, and reinvent. We believe that pop culture should not be accepted at face value, and we should look back and see how every trend started and why. We see art and try to reimagine it into something else: this can be a different take on art forms, or down to the simple adding of macro text on memes. And finally, we reinvent: we take an idea and provoke our readers to see things differently.

We inform and criticize pop culture, but we do it with a purpose.

June Galley

June Galley

Film student born, raised, and living in California. June prefers to stand behind the camera and direct, and has to watch every movie he likes twice: once to examine and analyze every detail, and another time to actually enjoy the film. He hopes to one day work for HBO and create the next big thing after Game of Thrones.

June writes the articles analyzing and informing films, TV series, and other motion picture art forms.

Micah C. Balm

Micah C. Balm

Micah was heavily into social media before the term “social media” even existed. A social butterfly millennial with a day job as a content marketer, Micah has a grasp of how the internet works and what the latest trends are. A fan of moment marketing (only when done right), Micah is not above using memes and viral trends to capture his client’s target audience.

While millennials online can easily understand most memes, Micah’s older clients don’t always get the joke. He writes articles explaining pop culture and online trends not only for the sake of SF Critic’s readers, but for his clients who need a lesson or two on what a meme actually is.

Gary Omoregie

Gary Omoregie

Gary used to work as a content creator, producing video content over under a certain brand. You may have seen his work in videos and compilations of epic shots on certain FPS games on YouTube a few years ago. However, he has turned in his controller in exchange for a career in marketing.

In his free time, he loves watching YouTube’s growing community, particularly videos that explain movies, films, or games and possible theories scattered in the internet.