Director Jeremy Sumrall Jeremy Sumrall is a life-long horror nerd who turned his love for the genre into more than just a hobby. He created the horror memorabilia company Necrobilia in 2006, and has traveled the country vending at horror conventions ever since. In 2007, he met Stacy Davidson prior to a Texas Frightmare Weekend event. The two hit it off, discussing their mutual love of horror and sci-fi movies and comic books. When Stacy needed to cast a large, imposing actor to portray the masked killer known as “The Beast” in Sweatshop, he turned to his horror buddy, who filled the oversized steel-toed boots and welding mask easily. Shortly after completing his role, Sumrall returned to his first love: writing. He created the first draft of Possum Walk (presented by Horrorphile Entertainment) – his directorial debut – in less than a week. In May of 2009, principal photography began, filming in several small towns throughout Texas, including Groesbeck, Mexia, Tehuacana, and even Jeremy’s hometown of Willis.

Sumrall is also the owner of Bloodbrick Pictures, a production company dedicated to bringing low-budget entertainment into the world, as well as being a member of the collective called Sick Bastard Brainchild Entertainment, a unit co-founded by Possum Walk actress Keli Wolfe. Sumrall is currently finishing his most recent project, The Pick-Axe Murders Part III: The Final Chapter.

Houston Horror Movie Credits include:
Haunted Trailer - Actor
Possum Walk - Director, Producer, Writer
Psychic Experiment (Walking Distance) - Extra
Sweatshop - Actor, Associate Producer

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