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Michael Hoffman Jr.

Florida native Michael A. Hoffman has worked in all facets of the entertainment industry. Starting as a production assistant, Hoffman worked on numerous "shoestring budgeted" efforts produced by cult icon Tim Ritter; including: Screaming for Sanity: Truth or Dare 3 (1998), Dirty Cop 2: I Am a Pig (2001), and Dirty Cop No Donut (1999). At this time,... See full bio »


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 2016 Protocol: New Orleans (Short)
 2014 Hogzilla (Video)
 2008 Spring Break Massacre (Video) (as Rex Kramer)
 2006 Christian Soldiers (Short)
 2003 HorrorTales.666 (Video)
 2001 Scary Tales (Video)
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Production Manager/Props Department Head for the St. Louis Cardinals' "Play Like A Cardinal" ad campaign See more »

Alternate Names:

Michael A. Hoffman | Michael Hoffman | Rex Kramer


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Directed the wraparound segment for HorrorTales.666 under the psedonym Allen Smithee, as he disliked the concept of computer-related horror. See more »

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