Meet the Vultures: Eric Bartsch

Eric Bartsch

Hey, Eric! How are you? What was the last thing you ate and what would you rate it out of ten?
Pizza from Hungry Howies. It had pepperoni and sausage on it. I give it a ten out o’ ten; though Howies is not my first choice, the pizza is good.

What’s your favorite movie?
American Werewolf in London. I can watch that movie anytime. The story and acting are top-notch and I’m sure, by now, most of us are lauding and can appreciate the make-up FX. Rick Baker’s finest work, it all holds up to this day. It certainly did not need a sequel, nor should it get any kind of reimagining.

What drew you to CV?
The myriad of topics you cover, particularly that you are a wrestling site on the rise. Cultured Vultures is a burgeoning outlet for content that will hopefully grow and become a major force.

Right now, it’s an appealing place for freelancers. I love having somewhere with a demand for my opinion on WWE that gives me the freedom to channel my perspective and find my own hook where applicable. I’m also happy to branch out further my niche as a movie critic in other fun and cool places.

Where else can we find you?
You could probably find me at the library scouting for new Blu-ray and DVD releases (which are usually free) or at the movies. Failing to show up there, I am probably busy on location filming my next movie – an indie drama titled While Falling Apart which will be coming at you in 2018. Be sure to look for it so it may accost your eyes!

Who would win in a fight: a kangaroo with one punching hand or a crocodile missing half of its teeth?
The kangaroo because, even if he can’t punch, he can always hold the croc in a headlock. But why would they fight? They should go on epic adventures together instead and sell the film rights to Disney/Pixar. Any self-respecting roo ought to know a shrewd moneymaking opportunity when it presents itself.