Dave Crewe is a secondary teacher and freelance writer, with a particular interest in cinema from the grindhouse to the arthouse. His writing can also be found at The Essential, The 500 Club, Cheated Hearts, and his own site, ccpopculture.

Alexandra Donald is a recent Film, TV and New Media Production graduate from the Queensland University of Technology. Establishing herself as a freelance writer, she's a fan of all things female and queer on the silver and small screens. You can find her writing on the web frequently at Cheated Hearts, This Is Film, and The Iris.

Anders Furze is a Melbourne-based writer and film critic. He is currently researching and practicing film criticism in The University of Melbourne's Centre for Advancing Journalism. You can find him on twitter at @AndersFurze

Janice Loreck is a Melbourne-based film scholar and assistant lecturer at Monash University. Her research examines representations of women in art-house and contemporary prestige cinemas.

Whitney Monaghan is the editor of Peephole. She is a Melbourne-based critic and spends a lot of her time thinking about representations of queer girls in contemporary screen media. Her writing has appeared in Screen Machine and Jump Cut and she can be found on twitter @jatneywhitmo.

Nikki Richardson recently completed honours in film and television studies at Monash University and has a passion for writing about complex female characters on screen.

Hayley Summers holds a Bachelor of Communication (Monash University; majors: communication, film and television) and an Honours Degree of Bachelor of Arts (Monash University). She completed her honours thesis in 2013 which examined the concept of the suburban grotesque in Australian film and television. This is the second essay she has contributed to Peephole Journal.