Journalist and writer. He is a cinema critic contributing in the pages of El País and Fotogramas, and collaborates regularly with Mondo Brutto, Citizen K, Avui and La Vanguardia.
Journalist and writer. He writes about cinema, comics and popular culture and, since the 1990s, he has combined his contributions to the written press with work for radio and television. He has been editor-in-chief of Fantastic Magazineand content manager of Cinemanía, a film theme channel. He is the author of Hay algo ahí afuera (1997), Mondo Bulldog(1999), Vida Mostrenca (2002), Carles Mira: Plateas en llamas(2001), Todd Solondz: En los suburbios de la felicidad (2005) and El sexo que habla (2006), as well as collective or collaborative works such as Profondo Argento (1999),Franquismo Pop (2001), Tierra de nadie (2005) and El Quijote. Instrucciones de uso (2005). He curated the exhibitions Trash Culture: the Potholes of Taste (CCCB) and Plagiarism (La Casa Encendida), the latter jointly with Álex Mendíbil.
He currently works as a film critic for El País and Fotogramasand as a regular contributor to Mondo Brutto, Citizen K, Avuiand the Cultura/s Supplement of La Vanguardia and On/Madrid of El País, the television programme “Versión Española” (La 2) and “No somos nadie” on M.80 Radio.