At the age of fourteen, Nicholas Musurca visited the set of Requiem for a Dream and accidentally walked into Marlon Wayans’ sex scene. For reasons best explained by a therapist, Nicholas has wanted to make movies ever since.

A graduate of Brown University and USC’s School of Cinematic Arts, he has worked as a writer, producer, and editor on various genre-bending projects, including horror-short “The Legend of Beaver Dam” (Sundance, SITGES, Fantastic Fest), horror-musical feature Stage Fright (SXSW World Premiere), and the segment “V is for Vacation” from the anthology horror feature The ABCs of Death 2. He has been employed as a writer and creator for Disney, Fox, NBCUniversal, and Blumhouse.