Todd Nunes

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Todd Nunes is an American screenwriter and a director of horror films. His work includes the holiday horror film All Through the House .



Todd Nunes wrote and directed his first horror full-length film Scary Larry in 2014, [1] which starred his sister Ashley Mary Nunes. [2] In 2015 he wrote and directed the award-winning [3] holiday horror film All Through The House , produced by The Readmond Company, which again starred Ashley Mary Nunes [4] in the lead role and also featured Canadian horror actress Jessica Cameron. [5] [6]

Nunes' next project was to be Death Ward 13 (2017), [7] a remake of the 1973 low budget horror film The Forgotten . In 2017 it was in pre-production [8] in Los Angeles and was to star former Misfits guitarist Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein [9] [10] [11] [12] as the film’s terrifying antagonist, The Duke. The film has yet to be made.


Personal life

Nunes is the brother of horror actress Ashley Mary Nunes.

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