Dan Sellers is the President of Wreak Havoc Productions, a small film production company out of Greensboro, North Carolina. Dan started his career in filmmaking with the horror-comedy feature film, "Hank vs. The Undead" in 2014, which was followed-up with the short "Hank vs. Dracula." In 2015, Dan wrote and directed the short "Dark Heat" which was included in the feature film anthology "Witching Hour II." In 2016, Dan produced and directed the feature documentary, "Sammie the Comic Book Man," which has won several festival awards. Dan wrote, produced and directed the found footage style horror shorts, "Midnight Shift" (2017) and its sequel "Countdown to Midnight" (2019). In 2018, Dan directed the true crime documentary, "Trouble Will Cause" about the Lawson Family murders. Most recently Dan produced two short films "Uncle Otto's Truck" based on the story by Stephen King (for which he wrote and directed) and the drama, "Sea Salt Wind."
Dan is also the Director of the Wreak Havoc Horror Film Festival, a venue for international shorts and feature films in the horror genre. Dan co-hosts the Wreak Havoc Film Buffs Podcast with his producing partner, Sammie Cassell, and is the producer and host of The Carolina Haints Podcast.