Meet the Staff

Introducing the Entertainment Buddha Crew

Matt Heywood: Editor-in-Chief/Webmaster



Matt Heywood is the founder and EIC of where he strives to make you a better geek, one post at a time! He’s the self-described guru of all things geeky, but gaming is his main mistress. When he’s not scouring the Internet for interesting nuggets of awesomeness he can be found in his secret lair enjoying the latest and greatest video games that the market has to offer.


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Raymond Porreca: Managing Editor


Raised on classic role-playing games, Ray’s eternal quest for the next great game has led to him playing everything he can get his hands on. With a passion for every facet of the video game industry, Ray aims to keep readers informed and entertained with every word he writes.


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Ana Febo: Staff Writer


Ana lives in Orlando, Florida and Mickey Mouse is her neighbor. While she’s not being a responsible adult she enjoys watching movies, TV, and playing video games. She has always been a gamer at heart. She primarily plays on consoles, but has recently picked up a 3DS and is really enjoying it. When she’s not gaming she likes to stay current with what’s on TV and watch movies. Ana loves sharing her geekiness with others.


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Ten Bensons: Staff Writer

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TenBensons is the online alias of Jim Payne, a music producer and gamer from Portsmouth, England. Jim has been a passionate gamer since he was able to play the portable Donkey Kong Jr L.C.D handheld when he was 7 years old. He has owned nearly all the consoles that have existed in the last two decades and continues to enjoy console gaming alongside P.C gaming, as well as making electronic music. Always looking to challenge the gaming and music industry Jim relishes in the opportunity to engage in friendly debate and hopes that you will get involved to support or rebut him.


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Nick Hershey: Staff Writer


Nick was born and raised in Amish country, has a beard, but isn’t Amish. He’s a fan of winter as long as he’s at the top of a mountain with a board under his feet. He’s an avid sports fan, movie junkie, tv bum, and music enthusiast who still purchases CDs for some reason.


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Kyle Neubeck: Staff Writer

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Maligned as a “vidiot” by his father as a child for his obsession with video games, Kyle feels privileged to write about them as a young adult. Outside of his duties at EB, Kyle covers basketball for a variety of publications, including Dime Magazine, ESPN’s True Hoop Network, and Bleacher Report.


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Spencer Churchill: Staff Writer


Born and raised in the dystopian backdrop of Upstate NY, Spencer Churchill is a basement-dwelling cinephile who is attempting to distort his post-grad blues with visions of celluloid stimulation. He studied sculpture and cinema studies at SUNY New Paltz and helped organize America’s first and only New German Cinema Club. Nothing pleases Churchill more than guiding his friends towards movie recommendations. He also loves video games.


Justin Ludwig: Staff Writer


A mild-mannered number nerd by day but by night he wears many caps and cowls. His poison is mostly video games and comic books but he dabbles in all things pop culture. Will absolutely talk your ear off about retro games and comic book collecting. Occasionally he will boast about his no death run in Contra or his time with the highest score on Sonic the Hedgehog.


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Owen Hibbert: Staff Writer



Someone who appreciates innovation and new ideas I’m general, Owen is always on the lookout for the next release; no matter its size. Owen’s areas of expertise mostly lies in video games and film, though music is also a particular interest of his. Owen’s Steam library tells him that he has a problem – as does everyone else – yet he continues to ignore them all.



Nick Horry: Staff Writer


Nick grew up in the rural English countryside, where the pub three miles away was one of the few available forms of entertainment. Luckily, Nick wasn’t living in the 18th century and a steady flow of movies and video games were available and became a big part of his early life. Nick then went on to study Film & TV at University and now hopes to deliver interesting and thoughtful content to fellow enthusiasts.



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