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Includes a list of production crew members alphabatized by first name.
Contents: Top - 0-9 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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Anna C. Miller Edit

Development assistant on Tales from the Crypt; associate producer on Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh, Lord of Illusions and Hellraiser: Bloodline.

B Edit

Barbara Peeters Edit

Director on the 1980 film Humanoids from the Deep.

Bill Condon Edit

Director on the "1112" episode of The Others; director on Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh and Twilight: Breaking Dawn parts 1 & 2.

Bob Weinstein Edit

Bob Weinstein is an American film and theatre producer, the founder and head of Dimension Films, former co-chairman of Miramax Films, and current head, with his brother Harvey Weinstein, of The Weinstein Company.

Brian Grant Edit

Director on Hex and the final 6 episodes of She-Wolf of London, under the title Love and Curses.

C Edit

Carlos González Edit

Cinematographer on Mutant Species and Wishmaster 2: Evil Never Dies.

Charles J. Stumar Edit

Cinematographer on The Mummy and Werewolf of London.

Chuck Murray Edit

Producer on Love and Curses (final 6 episodes of She-Wolf of London).

D Edit

Dan Golden Edit

Producer on Komodo vs. Cobra, Supergator, Blood Scarab and Voodoo Dollz.

Daniel H. Blatt Edit

Was an executive producer on The Howling; Executive producer on Bloody Birthday; Producer on Cujo as well as playing Mister Merkatz.

David C. Williams Edit

Composer on Critters 3, The Prophecy, The Prophecy II, Phantoms and Wishmaster 2: Evil Never Dies.

Dick Conway Edit

Screenwriter on thirteen episodes of The Munsters.

Don Carlos Dunaway Edit

Screenwriter on Cujo.

Doug Lefler Edit

Director on episodes of American Gothic.

E Edit

Edmund Pearson Edit

Edmund Pearson was the screenwriter on Werewolf of London and contributing writer on Bride of Frankenstein.

F Edit

F. Paul Wilson Edit

Noted sci-fi and horror author; Wrote the novel The Keep, which was made into a film in 1983 and the short story "Pelts", which was adapted into an episode of Masters of Horror.

Frank Arnold Edit

Co-wrote Humanoids from the Deep and played an old man in the movie.

G Edit

Gregg Fienberg Edit

Producer on Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh; Executive producer on True Blood.

H Edit

Harvey Weinstein Edit

Harvey Weinstein, is an American film producer and movie studio chairman. He is best known as co-founder of Miramax Films. He and his brother Bob have been co-chairmen of The Weinstein Company, their film production company, since 2005.

Hunt Lowry Edit

Co-producer on Humanoids from the Deep.

I Edit

J Edit

Jan De Bont Edit

Cinematographer on Cujo and the "Split Personality" episode of Tales from the Crypt.

John Colton Edit

John D. Brancato Edit

Writer on Watchers II, The Unborn and The Others television series; executive producer on The Others.

Julia Cohen Edit

Directed the "Descent" episode of Bitten.

K Edit

Karen Hill Edit

Wrote the "Committed" episode of Bitten.

Karl Hajos Edit

Composer on Werewolf of London and The Phantom Creeps.

L Edit

Lauren Currier Edit

Screenwriter on Cujo.

Lawrence Block Edit

Lawrence "Larry" Block was the screenwriter on The Funhouse. This was the first of two films that he wrote and his only work in the horror genre.

M Edit

M. Steven Felty Edit

Makeup effects assistant and actor from Wishmaster 2: Evil Never Dies; Boom mike operator on Demonicus; Actor from Boo, Headless Horseman and The Dunwich Horror.

Mark Kruger Edit

Writer on Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh and the 2004 film version of Frankenstein.

Martin B. Cohen Edit

Co-writer on Humanoids from the Deep and producer on Nightmare in Wax and Blood of Dracula's Castle.

Martin Guigui Edit

Director on Beneath the Darkness.

Matt Falletta Edit

Special effects artist on Progeny, The Dentist 2, Wishmaster III: Beyond the Gates of Hell and Wishmaster 4: The Prophecy Fulfilled.

Michael Ferris Edit

Executive producer and screenwriter on The Others.

Michael Schweitzer Edit

Editor on The Toxic Avenger Part II, Wishmaster 2: Evil Never Dies and Tales from the Crypt: Ritual.

Michael Wadleigh Edit

Director, co-writer and co-producer on Wolfen.

Murray Smith Edit

Screenwriter on Die Screaming, Marianne and the "Children of the Full Moon" episodes of Hammer House of Horror.

N Edit

Neil A. Machlis Edit

Producer on Cujo; Producer on Wolf; Executive producer on The Ring Two.

Neil Davison Edit

Stunt performer on Resident Evil: Appocaylpse, Resident Evil: Retribution, Saw IV,, the [[Lost Girl: Fae Day|"Fae Day" episode of Lost Girl, and stunt double on Bitten.

Neil Travis Edit

Editor on Jaws 2 and Cujo.

O Edit

P Edit

Phil Sgriccia Edit

Producer on Supernatural; directed more than 24 episodes of the series; Executive producer on Ghostfacers; editor on 2 episodes of Freddy's Nightmares.

Q Edit

R Edit

Rand Ravich Edit

Screenwriter on Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh.

Robert Harris Edit

Screenwriter on Werewolf of London.

Russell F. Schoengarth Edit

Editor on Werewolf of London, Phantom of the Opera and House of Dracula

S Edit

Scott Brazil Edit

Directed the "Angel" episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

Scott L. Treger Edit

Stunt man and actor from films such as The Midnight Hour and Wishmaster 2: Evil Never Dies.

Shelly Johnson Edit

Cinematographer on Jurassic Park III, The Wolfman, The Others television series and 1 episode of Tales from the Crypt.

Sigurjón Sighvatsson Edit

Producer on Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh and Lord of Illusions.

Stanley Bergerman Edit

Executive producer on Werewolf of London and The Raven.

T Edit

Tecca Crosby Edit

Was an executive creative producer on episodes from season one of Bitten.

Terry Erwin Edit

Screenwriter on the "Voodoo Child" episode of She-Wolf of London.

Tom Clegg Edit

Directed the "The House That Bled to Death" and "Children of the Full Moon" episodes of Hammer House of Horror.

Tony Amatullo Edit

Producer on Wishmaster 2: Evil Never Dies.

U Edit

V Edit

W Edit

William Martin Edit

Co-wrote Humanoids from the Deep under the alias of Frederick James.

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Y Edit

Z Edit

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