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Tim Ritter was born in 1967. He is a writer and producer, known for Hi-Death (2018), Hi-8 (Horror Independent 8) (2013) and Creep (1995). See full bio »


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Hi-Death Writer
Creep Writer


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 2018 Hi-Death (segment "Dealers of Death")
 2016 Frames of Fear (segment "Morty and Chester's Grim Return")
 2013 Hi-8 (Horror Independent 8) (segment "Switchblade Insane")
 2011 Deadly Dares: Truth or Dare Part IV (Video) (written by)
 2004 Reconciled (Video)
 2004 Realms of Blood (Video)
 1999 Dirty Cop No Donut (Video)
 1995 Creep
 1994 Wicked Games (Video) (screenplay) / (story)
 1987 Killing Spree
 1985 Twisted Illusions (Video)
 1984 Day of the Reaper (Video) (screenplay)
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Show Show Editor (9 credits)
Show Show Camera and Electrical Department (4 credits)
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No matter what, I just seem to have a difficult time when I stop being creative, so I try not to stop. It's always good to try different things.


Did a radio show with legendary horror director Herschell Gordon Lewis, who Ritter idolized when growing up, only to have Lewis verbally trash his movie Killing Spree (1987) live on the air. Lewis was later apologetic when he found out the movie was dedicated to him as 'The True Godfather of Gore.'. See more »

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