Disturbed, Comrades, Fast Talkers When not obsessing about the Cleveland Indians or Springsteen's next album, Scott Malchus writes screenplays, novels and occasionally directs movies. In 2012, he released his first book, "Basement Songs," based on his popular column for Popdose.com. In 2003 he wrote and directed the feature, "King's Highway," which can be streamed on Amazon. Scott is a regular contributor to Popdose.com, where he is the TV Editor and reviews films and country music. He has written for Bullz-eye, Rock.com and co-wrote the film "Deceit" for Lifetime.
Scott and his family live in the Los Angeles area where they are tirelessly involved with the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and finding a cure for the disease. To contact Scott, visit his website: