Eric Red is a Los Angeles based motion picture screenwriter, director and author.
His original scripts include The Hitcher for Tri Star, Near Dark for DeLaurentiis Entertainment Group, Blue Steel for MGM, and the western The Last Outlaw for HBO. He directed and wrote the crime film Cohen And Tate for Hemdale, Body Parts for Paramount, Undertow for Showtime, Bad Moon for Warner Bros. and the ghost story 100 Feet for Grand Illusions Entertainment. He just finished directing the TV movie Night Of The Wild for SyFy Channel and The Asylum.
Mr. Red’s first novel, a dark coming-of-age tale about teenagers called Don’t Stand So Close, is available from SST Publications. His other three novels, a werewolf western called The Guns Of Santa Sangre, a science fiction monster novel called It Waits Below, and a serial killer thriller called White Knuckle, are available from Samhain Publishing.
His recent published horror and suspense short stories include “Colorblind” in Cemetery Dance magazine, the western horror tale “The Buzzard“ in Weird Tales magazine, “Colorblind” in Cemetery Dance magazine, “Pack Rat” in Beware the Dark magazine, “Little Nasties” in Shroud magazine, “In the Mix” in Dark Delicacies III: Haunted anthology, “Past Due” in Mulholland Books’ Popcorn Fiction, and “Do Not Disturb” in Dark Discoveries magazine. A collection of eighteen of his horror short stories titled Toll Road will be published by SST Publications in 2016.
He created and wrote the sci-fi/horror comic series and graphic novel Containment for IDW Publishing and the horror western comic series Wild Work published by Antarctic Press.