"Marcel Walz continues to be one of the most
promising minds in the horror genre"
Award winning german born queer director Marcel Walz now residing in Los Angeles, CA
started directing while attending film school at the age of seventeen.
His feature film Blood Feast, a remake of the Herschell Gordon Lewis classic, played to international audiences around the world, including being handpicked by London Fright Fest to be a part of their festival.
Since moving to California he has directed four feature films. “Rootwood”, which has been hailed as a genius mix of found footage and cinematic shots, “Blind”, which has received rave reviews along with a sold out premiere screening, and “Pretty Boy”, the sequel to the multi award winning feature “Blind”.
His love of both horror and beauty create a unique mix of style that is all his own.