Chad Ferrin

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Chad Ferrin
Occupation Film director, screenwriter, Film actor

Chad Ferrin (born March 23, 1973 in Edina, Minnesota) is a low-budget horror director, actor, and screenwriter.


Ferrin first broke into the film industry as a production assistant on films such as Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers and Hellraiser: Bloodline. He moved on to directing episodes of the Troma television series Troma's Edge TV.

Unspeakable marked Ferrin's writing and feature directing debut. The film, shot for $20,000,[1] was released by Troma.[2]

Ferrin next wrote, produced and directed The Ghouls. Called "a no-budget horror opus"[3] the film was shot on Mini DV for $15,000.[4]

After The Ghouls, Ferrin directed one segment of the Troma film Tales from the Crapper in 2004. This direct-to-DVD film starred Lloyd Kaufman, James Gunn, Julie Strain and Ron Jeremy.[5]

Ferrin's most recent film is Easter Bunny, Kill! Kill!.[6] The DVD for Someone's Knocking at the Door was released on 25 May 2010.[7] Ferrin's both last film Someone's Knocking at the Door and Easter Bunny Kill! Kill! are part of the Dark Delicacies 2010.[8] He will direct the thriller film Dances With Werewolves in 3-D.[9] He narrated his film Someone's Knocking at the Door on the re-releasing on 24 July 2010 in the Sci-Fi Center in Sin City.[10]

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