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Gregg Elder


2 Movies0TV shows
0/2 rated


About Gregg Elder

Gregg Elder is most well known for production, and has 2 known credits, of which 2 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Gregg Elder’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Gregg Elder’s movies you should definitely watch Blood Orgy of the Damned (2007) Gregg has worked on!

  1. Blood Orgy of the Damned (2007)
  2. Back Woods 2: Mama's Beefbilly Jamboree (2018)

1. Blood Orgy of the Damned (2007 Movie)

The best rated movie Gregg Elder has been a part of is the horror, comedy movie Blood Orgy of the Damned, where they had the role of production. It has a rating 4.6 on IMDb.

2. Back Woods 2: Mama's Beefbilly Jamboree (2018)

Gregg Elder worked on this movie as production.

Frequently asked questions

What is Gregg Elder’s gender?

Gregg Elder is male.

What is Gregg most known for?

Gregg Elder is most known for production. Gregg has worked on 2 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Gregg Elder’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is Blood Orgy of the Damned, which has a score of 0.0.

Gregg’s Filmography

Executive producer. A gaggle of inebriated co-eds hatch an ill-conceived plan to resurrect a couple of ancient vampires, but drunk magic is imperfect magic, and the ritual doesn't go as planned, causing the vampires to arrive in 20th-century America with a few problems. Nevertheless, the evil duo embark on a quest to take a virgin bride and unleash hell on Earth, all while fighting against a third-rate band of heroes. Mix a really awful movie with a quick-witted comedy team, and you get something akin to a live version of the popular movie-riffing show "Mystery Science Theater 3000." In the case of the abysmal B movie "Blood Orgy of the Damned," comics from Mesa's National Comedy Theatre aren't just making fun of the film as it plays on the big screen - they're providing 100 percent of the sound, live.

Executive producer. Mama's back and she's pissed! What happens when a group of idiots decide to repeat their greatest failure only making it more failure-y? Yeah. This happens. This is the sequel to the critically-hated, barely watchable Back Woods! If you thought that was bad, check this out! Luther! Deke! Mr. Havershamp! A Weird Nun! Bad Acting! Horrible Camera Work! And laser beams. LOTS of laser beams. Directed by Sir Andrew Blackhawk.

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