Thommy Hutson

Writer/Producer Thommy Hutson has written and produced projects for feature films, animation, and documentaries/retrospectives, working with companies such as Starz, Anchor Bay, A&E, The Biography Channel, Warner Bros., Wave Street Productions, Paradox Studios, DarkKnight Pictures, 1428 Films and more.

Born and raised in Upstate New York, Thommy made the move out west, graduated from UCLA and began writing/producing. He launched his career co-writing the story for the Warner Bros. animated hit SCOOBY-DOO IN WHERE’S MY MUMMY? and followed with co-writing the concept and additional material for CHILL OUT, SCOOBY-DOO!

His career took a thrilling turn when he wrote and produced several genre film retrospectives for television and home entertainment: SCREAM: THE INSIDE STORY, NEVER SLEEP AGAIN: THE ELM STREET LEGACY (winner of the Saturn Award for Best Direct-to-Video Title), MORE BRAINS! A RETURN TO THE LIVING DEAD and HIS NAME WAS JASON: 30 YEARS OF FRIDAY THE 13th.

He was also a staff writer on Hulu’s daily web series “The Morning After,” a smart, witty, pop culture program aimed at getting viewers quickly up-to-date on the latest and greatest in entertainment news and celebrity interviews.

Thommy produced the critically-acclaimed feature THE TROUBLE WITH THE TRUTH (which Roger Ebert awarded 3.5 out of 4 stars), an insightful relationship drama starring Lea Thompson and John Shea. He also produced DREAMWORLD, a quirky, romantic dramedy.

He co-wrote and produced ANIMAL, a character-driven genre film for Chiller Films and Drew Barrymore’s Flower Films. The project debuted in iTunes’ top ten horror films and became the network’s highest-rated original film.

He also produced the critically-acclaimed genre retrospective CRYSTAL LAKE MEMORIES: THE COMPLETE HISTORY OF FRIDAY THE 13th, which is the most comprehensive, all-encompassing look at the film franchise, based on the acclaimed book of the same name. The project garnered two Home Media Magazine Awards: Best Direct to Video Release and Best Non-Fiction Special as well as a Reaper Award for Best Direct-to-Video Title.

Thommy released a limited-edition, hardcover coffee table book detailing the making and legacy of the wildly successful 1984 Wes Craven classic A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET. The trade paperback version is distributed by Simon & Schuster.

Through his company, Hutson Ranch Media, Thommy continues to develop unique, compelling and provocative projects across multiple genres for film, television, new media, publishing, and home entertainment.

With Final Destination franchise screenwriter Jeffrey Reddick