Nikolas Schreck

Nikolas Schreck

Actor, Director


Nikolas Schreck is an American filmmaker, author, musician, and media personality, best known for his documentary films and radio shows about the dark side of modern culture. He was born in New York City in 1959 and attended the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan, where he studied film and television production. After graduating, he worked as a production assistant on a number of feature films and television projects, before launching his own independent film production company in Los Angeles.

Schreck has directed several feature films, including “The Zipper” (1985), “The Manson File” (1988), and “The Godfathers of Chaos” (2003). He also directed a variety of short films, documentaries, and music videos. His documentaries have focused on controversial subjects such as the occult, Satanism, and the dark side of music and popular culture. His films have been featured in numerous international film festivals, including the Toronto International Film Festival, the Berlin International Film Festival, and the Cannes Film Festival.

In addition to his filmmaking career, Schreck is also an accomplished musician and author. He is the lead singer of the industrial/metal band Radio Werewolf, and has released several albums with the group. He has also written two books, “The Manson File” and “The Satanic Screen,” both of which explore the dark side of modern culture.

Schreck has become well known for his radio show, “The Abraxas Radio Hour,” which has been broadcast on various radio stations throughout the United States and Europe. The show covers a wide range of topics, from the occult and Satanism to music, film, and popular culture.

In recent years, Schreck has been a guest on various television programs, including “The Daily Show,” “The Colbert Report,” and “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” He has also been featured in a number of documentaries, including “The Satanic Screen” and “The Devil’s Rejects.”

Nikolas Schreck is an important figure in the world of independent filmmaking and alternative culture. His films and radio shows have explored the dark side of modern culture in a unique and provocative way. His work has been featured in major international film festivals, and his books and radio show have been widely praised.

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