|Born||Louis J. Lumenick
September 11, 1949
Astoria, Queens, United States
Life and career 
Lumenick previously worked at The Hartford Times, a defunct newspaper in Connecticut, and the The Record in New Jersey, reviewing films over a nine-year span for the latter. He was metropolitan editor at the Post before taking the film reviewer position. Lumenick has been involved in controversies with director James Toback and with film critic Roger Ebert.
In 2007 he was inducted into the CCNY Communications Hall of Fame. He is a member of the New York Film Critics Circle. Lumenick and Farran Smith Nehme, who blogs as The Self-Styled Siren, conceived and created "Shadows of Russia," a 20-film series that aired in January, 2010, on Turner Classic Movies. He also appeared as an on-air TCM guest programmer on October 2010 as part of the Critic's Choice film series, introducing "The Last Flight" and "All Through the Night" with Robert Osborne.
- Lumenick, Lou (September 13, 1992). Fall Preview '92. The Record
- Grove, Lloyd; Morgan, Hudson (May 4, 2005). "Francheti Gets into a Food Fight". New York Daily News . Retrieved 2009-05-27.[dead link]
- Ebert, Roger (September 11, 2008). An incident at Toronto. Chicago Sun-Times
- Staff Report (May 30, 2007). Post's Lumenick Now a Luminary. New York Post