Chris Gore
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"Christopher Patrick "Chris" Gore" is a speaker and writer on the topic of independent film.

Gore was born September 5, 1965 in Big Rapids, Michigan. He is the main writer and the founder of Film Threat, a project dedicated to covering independent and underground movies which he started in 1985. He was also the editor in chief of VG&CE/Videogames Magazine from 1993–1995. During this time, he also made his first television appearances on the Jones Computer Network, the network television precursor to ZDTV, as an editorialist and commentator on the state of video games and society.

He appeared on the G4 (television)/G4 television program Attack of the Show, and had also done a film-related segment on the weekly FX Networks/FX series, The X Show. He was also the host and moderator of The New Movie Show with Chris Gore, also on FX, in 2000, where a panel mixed between critics and celebrity guests reviewed movies. G4 then based a recurring gag in an August 2010 episode of Attack of the Show on the murder of Chris Gore, bringing up three potential murderers each furthering the idea that his movies are horrible and that everyone wanted to kill him.

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I like to say it's a love letter to independent film in the form of a fart joke.

We looked pretty good. But we need to work on our decision-making and reading our surroundings a little bit more before next weekend.

We got a little tired and lost a couple we shouldn't have. Our freshmen really stepped up and played well, though, which was really encouraging to see.