Lucky McKee

Lucky McKee was born in Jenny Lind, California. One of the true masters of horror, he wrote and directed Sick Girl, the tenth episode of the first season of the popular Showtime television series along side of such legendary directors John Landis, John Carpenter, and Dario Argento. He is best known for his critically acclaimed feature film May starring Angela Bettis and his collaborations with author Jack Ketchum. He directed the film The Woods co-starring Bruce Campbell. He also directed and wrote the segment "Ding Dong" of the anthology film Tales of Halloween.

In 2013 a theatrical remake of McKee's very own first short film, All Cheerleaders Die was written and directed by McKee and Chris Sivertson. But his unforgettable film The Woman (co-written by Jack Ketchum and himself) set the bar for all to follow in his footsteps.