Ted Geoghegan

Ted Geoghegan is the writer and director of the acclaimed 2015 retro-horror feature We Are Still Here, which is currently available on Blu-ray, Netflix Instant and Shudder. He is currently in post-production on his new feature, the violent 1814-set action-drama Mohawk, due out in 2017. He lives in Manhattan with his wife and internet-famous cat.

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Talks

The Unfortunate Thing Filmmakers Have in Common with President Trump

By Ted Geoghegan | March 21, 2017

The Unfortunate Thing Filmmakers Have in Common with President Trump

Writer-director Ted Geoghegan, who is also a publicist, begs his peers to tweet less about their movies and spend more time actually making them.

In Memoriam: Talkhouse Film Contributors Remember Anton Yelchin, Michael Cimino, David Bowie and More

By Filmmakers | December 21, 2016

In Memoriam: Talkhouse Film Contributors Remember Anton Yelchin, Michael Cimino, David Bowie and More

Alex Cox, Joe Dante, James Marsh, Alex Winter and more remember some of the cinematic greats who passed away during 2016.

Goodbye, Godfather: A Personal Remembrance of Herschell Gordon Lewis

By Ted Geoghegan | September 27, 2016

Goodbye, Godfather: A Personal Remembrance of Herschell Gordon Lewis

Ted Geoghegan pays tribute to the late Godfather of Gore, an unabashed fan of sleaze and goofy ultraviolence – and a born entertainer.

Guillermo Amoedo (The Stranger) Talks Ted Geoghegan’s We Are Still Here

By Guillermo Amoedo | June 8, 2015

Guillermo Amoedo (The Stranger) Talks Ted Geoghegan’s We Are Still Here

Eli Roth's protégé and collaborator finds much to appreciate in the chilling debut from a fellow screenwriter turned director.

Ted Geoghegan (We Are Still Here) Talks David Sandberg’s Kung Fury

By Ted Geoghegan | June 4, 2015

Ted Geoghegan (We Are Still Here) Talks David Sandberg’s Kung Fury

A director who himself has indulged in the genre tropes of decades past celebrates the retro short that's taken the internet by storm.