Creators and Guests

Hank The Worlds Greatest
Host
Hank The Worlds Greatest
Former host and co-creator of DEATH BY DVD. Rumor has it there were 5+ actors appearing as different Hanks after the original disappeared. Whereabouts currently uknown. Presumed deceased.
Appears in 153 episodes
Harry-Scott Sullivan
Host
Harry-Scott Sullivan
Harry is co-creator of Death By DVD, writer, actor, artist, avid horror fan, film critic & film judge for LONG ISLAND INTERNATIONAL FILM EXPO
Appears in 54 episodes
I. Alexander Nash
Host
I. Alexander Nash
I.Alexander Nash is co-founder of Death By DVD, dark artist, tattoo artist, writer, George Romero afficiando, proud father & film critic
Appears in 115 episodes
Linus Fitness-Centre
Host
Linus Fitness-Centre
Linus Fitness-Centre is a Bristol based musician, co-host of Death By DVD & film critic
Appears in 6 episodes
Greg Goodsell
Guest
Greg Goodsell
Greg Goodsell is a horror journalist & critic, famously contributing to Deep Red magazine
Appears in 1 episode
Gretchen Mckee
Guest
Gretchen Mckee
Gretchen is an OG member of Death By DVD's dead studio audience & a Committed Ruth Connell aficianado
Appears in 1 episode
Hunter Johnson
Guest
Hunter Johnson
Hunter Johnson is an independent American Horror filmmaker, director of films such as SAWED OFF, Irrational Fear, Serena Waits & 2Jennifer
Appears in 1 episode
Justin Oberholtzer
Guest
Justin Oberholtzer
Cohost of Watch/Skip+. Cat dad, film critic.
Appears in 1 episode
Merrie Sparrow
Producer
Merrie Sparrow
Merrie Sparrow is an artist, writer, voice actor & producer of Death By DVD
Appears in 12 episodes
Roy Frumkes
Guest
Roy Frumkes
Roy Frumkes is an American independent filmmaker, best known for writing STREET TRASH, directing DOCUMENT OF THE DEAD and writing The Substitute & it's sequels
Appears in 1 episode
Stephen R. Bissette
Guest
Stephen R. Bissette
Stephen Bissette is an American comic book artist, editor, and publisher with a focus on the horror genre & Deep Red magazine contributor. He is known for working with writer Alan Moore and inker John Totleben on the DC Comics series Swamp Thing in the 1980s.
Appears in 1 episode
Recorded in front of a dead studio audience. Death By DVD©