We're really delighted to have Nicholas Vince as our guest M.C for Episode III of Screen Rebels Showcase. A multitalented artist with diverse career working in the horror genre, we can't wait to work with Nicholas on March the 8th.
Check our his biography below. Currently Nicholas is running a youtube channel discussing horror classics, it's well worth spending watching for his insights on the genre and the craft.
His collection of stories are available at these links.
Books available on amazon:
Nicholas Vince played The Chatterer Cenobite in Clive Barker's Hellraiser and Hellbound: Hellraiser II. He also played Kinski in Barker's Nightbreed. A Director's Cut of this was released in October 2014 from Scream!Factory and quickly rose to No. 1 Horror DVD/BluRay on amazon.com.
After working on the movies, Nicholas contributed stories to the Hellraiser and Nightbreed comics published by Marvel. He also wrote the Marvel UK comics Warheads and Mortigan Goth: Immortalis.
He contributed short stories and articles to Fear and Skeleton Crew magazines, and for the latter created the series of interviews The Luggage in the Crypt. This featured interviews with Neil Gaiman, Joe R. Lansdale and Clive Barker. He's recently revived the interviews for the Nicholas Vince YouTube channel.
In 2012, after working in the IT industry for sixteen years, he returned to writing with the publication of his short story anthology, What Monsters Do. This volume is ranked as 5* on amazon sites. He dramatised two of the stories, Tunes From the Music Hall and Green Eyes, for the London Horror Festival 2013. The play gained two 4/5 star reviews.
His second volume of short stories, Other People's Darkness and Other Stories was published in March 2014. gingernutsofhorror.com said it is: "... a tapestry of terror that will shock you, bring you to tears and linger in your subconscious for days."
He also returned to acting, with a starring roles in Metamorphosis (dir. Robert Nevitt) and Hollower (dir. MJ Dixon); and rehearsed readings of Trans Scripts (by Paul Lucas) in Bridport and London. He is currently filming Borley Rectory (dir. Ashley Thorpe) and Keepsake (dir. Katie Bonham).
Current projects include: