Chris J. Neal is a producer and assistant director, known for Carver (2015), Scarlett (2021) and Project: Mothman. See full bio »

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Known For

Carver Producer
Scarlett Producer
Making Out Producer


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 2023 Big Trouble in Jackass Flats (assistant producer) (pre-production)
  Project: Mothman (associate producer) (filming)
  Descending (producer) (post-production)
  Don't Fuck in the Woods 2 (associate producer) (completed)
  Stranded (associate producer) (completed)
 2022 Knock, Knock, Knock (Short) (executive producer)
 2021 Scarlett (associate producer)
 2021 Starlets (associate producer)
 2021 Squatch'd (TV Series) (executive producer)
 2020 Trespassing (producer)
 2019 Slaughterhouse Slumber Party (associate producer)
 2018/III Trick (Short) (executive producer)
 2018 Betsy (executive producer)
 2017 Devil's Trail (co-producer)
 2017 Scream for Summer (associate producer)
 2016 Nothing Good Ever Happens (associate producer - as Chris Neal)
 2016 Making Out (associate producer - as Chris Neal)
 2015 Carver (associate producer - as Chris Neal)
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Alternate Names:

Chris Neal

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Chris J. Neal has been a fan of horror movies all his life, with one of the first films he remembers watching was A Nightmare on Elm Street. He has become a supporter of indie horror movies, giving regular support when he has the chance. He dreams of one day being able to make an appearance in one.

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