Mark Keizer is senior film critic for Cinegods.com. His reviews have also been published in Variety, Boxoffice Magazine, Entertainment Today and L.A. Citybeat. He co-authored the book Ultimate DVD: The Essential Guide to Building Your DVD Collection, published by the Berkley Publishing Group. Keizer's career also encompasses daytime talk, late night comedy, reality and game show development, variety shows, live news, short form branded and non-branded content and hidden camera. Most recently, Mark was Executive Producer of New Media at E! Entertaiment Television. Before that, he was Co-Executive Producer of Seasons 5 and 6 of Comedy Central’s The Man Show, hosted by Joe Rogan (Fear Factor) and Doug Stanhope. Mark’s work on The Man Show was the culmination of an overall deal with Stone-Stanley Entertainment, in which he oversaw development of the SpikeTV reality hit, Joe Schmo. Also for Stone-Stanley Entertainment, he served as Co-Executive Producer of the Animal Planet hidden camera comedy special Animal Pranksters. Keizer’s daytime duties include Supervising Producer of the syndicated talkfest The Roseanne Show. Other talk show producing credits include The Late, Late Show with Tom Snyder. In 2002, after serving as Supervising Producer on the FX primetime roundtable The Test with Jillian Barberie, Keizer became a Producer on NBC’s Dog Eat Dog, the primetime, stunt/game show hosted by Brooke Burns. Keizer’s experience with the peacock network dates back to 1997, when he wrapped up four years as Senior Producer on the late night talk show Later with Greg Kinnear. Kinnear brought Mark to NBC from E! Entertainment Television, where he was in charge of writing, producing, directing and editing the comedy bits on the cabler’s breakout hit Talk Soup. While at E!, Keizer also served as Associate Producer of The Howard Stern Interview, a half-hour, one-on-one interview series hosted by the New York-based shock jock.