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|Roles:||Director; Writer; Composer|
|Date of birth:||October 21st, 1967|
|Place of birth:||Rockville Center, New York|
|1st Horror:||Decoys (2004)|
Matthew Hastings is an American filmmaker born in Rockville Center, New York on October 21st, 1967. His first work in the horror genre was writing the "Feeding Frenzy" episode of the TV series Vampire High. In 2004, he wrote and directed the sci-fi/comedy Decoys, where he was credited under the name Matt Hastings. In 2005, Matthew wrote and directed the horror-themed action film Vampire Wars: Battle for the Universe, which was also released under the title Bloodsuckers.
Body of work Edit
|Decoys||2004||Director; Writer; Composer|
|Vampire Wars: Battle for the Universe||2005||Director; Writer; Composer|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Graduated from Boston University.
- Matthew Hastings is the son of actor Don Hastings who played the role of a medical examiner in Decoys.
- Matthew's uncle, Bob Hastings, provided the voice of the raven inside the grandfather clock on the TV series The Munsters.
Other works Edit
- Matthew Hastings has also worked as an executive producer on several science fiction television programs such as the 2001 relaunch of The Outer Limits, the TV adaptation of the Painkiller Jane comic book series and the Syfy channel program Eureka.