Jeremy Kasten is a horror filmmaker and a fetishist of all things related to Los Angeles’ past. Jeremy’s film’s include “The Attic Expeditions” starring Seth Green, Alice Cooper, Ted Raimi and Jeffrey Combs. “Attic” premiered at the Seattle International Film Festival and played at dozens of film festivals around the world and is considered a cult favorite among horror fans. Jeremy’s second film, “All Souls Day: Dias De Los Muertos” (David Keith, Laura Harring, Danny Trejo) premiered at the 2005 Slamdance Film Festival and his third film, “The Thirst”, (Jeremy Sisto and Matt Keslar) is notoriously one of the most bloody modern vampire exploitation films. Jeremy’s most recent film is a remake of H.G Lewis’ “The Wizard of Gore,” starring Crispin Glover, Kip Pardue, Bijou Phillips, Brad Dourif, Jeffrey Combs and featuring the Suicide Girls. “Wizard” premiered to sold out crowds at the Los Angeles Film Festival and is a love letter to post-punk Los Angeles. With Elijah Drenner, Jeremy hosts the Tinseltown Tarnish series of favorite cult films that capture vintage Los Angeles locations.