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Keith and Christina Crocker

Keith and Christina Crocker

Keith Crocker is a Long Island, New York based filmmaker and film historian. He attended the New York Institute of Technology from 1984 through 1988, where he majored in film and TV production. Keith’s first job in cinema was making short Super 8mm films used for aversion therapy in phobia clinics. In 1993, Keith made the super 8mm cult favorite The Bloody Ape, which was based on Edgar Allan Poe’s Murders in the Rue Morgue. During this time, he also worked as a motion picture projectionist and started a video on demand company called Cinefear Video. 30 years later, Cinefear Video is still in business. From 1987 through 2005, Keith was editor of the fanzine The Exploitation Journal, which published 25 issues before going into hiatus. In 2008, Keith made and released Blitzkrieg: Escape From Stalag 69, which was a WWII based exploitation film. During this time, he was also the co-founder of Wildeye Releasing. He left Wildeye in 2012. Keith teaches adult education at Nassau Community College as well as LIU Post. He has been giving seminars on motion pictures to public libraries and community centers for the past 25 years. He lives on Long Island with his wife/muse Christina Crocker. Christina Crocker is a librarian with 25 years of service to the public. She's been married to Keith for 22 years. They wrote a screenplay together for the upcoming film Three Slices of Delirium.

Keith Crocker