- David C. Hayes
David C. Hayes Born November 24, 1971
Garden City, MI, U.S.
Nationality American Influenced by Ed Wood, John Carpenter, Tor Johnson, Ron Jeremy, Sam Raimi, Peter Jackson Influenced Kevin Moyers Spouse Sandy Website http://www.abnormalent.com/
David C. Hayes is an accomplished writer of many screenplays, books and comic books. His many works include the cult classic horror film Back Woods and the Septagon Studios comic book Scorn, which has received critical acclaim from respected sources such as Ain't It Cool News, Comics Bulletin, and ComicBloc. He is also the costar of many independent films, including the Lionsgate film Machined and the international theatrical release Sportkill. David is also the founder of the independent film production company Abnormal Entertainment.
Hayes was born in Garden City, Michigan to parents Dave and Sally Hayes. He spent much of his life in Howell, Michigan before going to Michigan State University in 1989. He spent four years there and obtained a B.A. in English. Some of his early works originated while he was there, most notably the script for "Grounds" was drafted in 1991. After leaving Michigan State University in 1993, he moved to Chicago, Illinois. It was here which he began his acting/ writer/ director career officially. "Rainbow Avenger" was his first short film, shot in his backyard in Chicago. He also wrote his first book called "Celluloid Sleaze" during this time. Around 1996, he began acting and writing in Chicago's underground stage theater scene. He acted in performances such as "Scarrie" and "Rudolph the Red Hosed Reindeer". "Gatorbait" was written entirely by him. He would later release this under a new name "Swamp Ho" on the DVD Back Woods. Other performances include the video "The Middle" by Jimmy Eat World.
Movie Character Year Back Woods Luther 2001 Oranges: Revenge of the Eggplant Dean Crispus (voice) 2004 Blown Sluggo (also writer/director) 2005 Dark Places Luther 2005 Machined Motorman Dan 2006 Silo Killers: The Wrath of Kyle Injin Joe 2006 Desert Man Beast Desert Man Beast 2007 Sportkill Ivan 2007 Blood Moon Rising Jacob 2009 The Frankenstein Syndrome Paul Fitcher 2010 A Man Called Nereus Nereus 2011
Source: Internet Movie Database
Scorn is a four book mini-series published by Septagon Studios. Issue #1 and #2 were written by Kevin Moyers. Issue #3 and #4 were co-written by Kevin Moyers and David C. Hayes. All artwork was done by Philipp S. Neundorf.
Scorn #1: Obsessed was originally released independently on August 13, 2004 through Unleashed Publications. It has been re-released in full color on June 9, 2007 by Septagon Studios.
Scorn #2: Rage was released on August 25, 2007
Scorn #3: Vengeance release date TBA
Scorn #4: Judgment release date TBA
Serial is an anthology featuring some of the world's most notorious fiends. Serial Killers, mass murderers, the vilest of the vile. Issue #1 was written and illustrated by David C. Hayes, Ryan R. Yager, Kurt Belcher and Kevin Moyers.
Serial #1 was released independently in January, 2007 through Abnormal Entertainment and Unleashed Publications. It features stories focusing on the infamous child killer John Wayne Gacy, The Railway Killer Ángel Maturino Reséndiz and features a letter written by known cannibal Albert Fish.
Hayes occasionally performs stand-up comedy in Arizona and around the country.
David C. Hayes currently lives in Howell, Michigan with his wife Sandy. They have no children at this time. He teaches film at Grand Canyon University. In addition, he is a book author , chiropractic advocate , and owner/editor of the website www.cinemaheadcheese.com .
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