Jeffrey Reddick

Jeffrey Reddick shot to horror fame with the creation of the horror classic Final Destination, which spawned four sequels and has earned over $650 million dollars at the worldwide box office. Reddick has sold, or optioned, more than 25 projects for film and television and has produced more than 12. Jeffrey’s most recent film, Dead Awake, was released in May 2017. Other produced credits include Lionsgate’s thriller Tamara and the remake of George Romero’s classic Day of the Dead. Jeffrey is making the move into directing and is currently developing The Horror Show and a feature version of his 2014 short film Good Samaritan.

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Talks

Talkhouse Film Contributors Remember George A. Romero

By Filmmakers | July 17, 2017

Talkhouse Film Contributors Remember George A. Romero

Lloyd Kaufman, Darren Lynn Bousman, Larry Fessenden, Rodney Ascher, Emily Hagins and more remember the much-loved father of the zombie movie.

The True Meaning of Diversity (From the Perspective of a Biracial, Gay Genre Filmmaker)

By Jeffrey Reddick | June 26, 2017

The True Meaning of Diversity (From the Perspective of a Biracial, Gay Genre Filmmaker)

The screenwriter behind the Final Destination series and the recent Dead Awake gives his take on a current buzzword in Hollywood.