Kevin Tenney

Highest Rated: 50% Witchboard (1986)
Birthday: Not Available
Birthplace: Not Available
Independent writer/director Kevin S. Tenney was born in 1955 in Honolulu, Hawaii. He hails from a military family and grew up in Hawaii, Bermuda and California. Tenney made his first 8mm movie while in the sixth grade. He attended the University of Southern California. He's the first and only USC film student to direct both a graduate film and a senior project, the latter of which won an Emmy Award for Best Student Production of the Year. Tenney's pictures are distinguished by strong acting, stylish cinematography and unusually well-drawn characters. Tenney made an excellent and impressive debut as both writer and director with the enduring horror cult hit "Witchboard." Tenney's follow-up films have been a nicely diverse and entertaining bunch: the immensely fun and over-the-top gory winner "Night of the Demons," the cruddy monster offering "The Cellar," the amusingly bad "Witchtrap," and the exciting sci-fi/action item "Peacemaker," plus the above average sequels "Wichboard 2: The Devil's Doorway" and "The Second Arrival."

Highest Rated Movies



31% Night of the Demons Producer 2010
No Score Yet Bigfoot Director 2008
No Score Yet Brain Dead Director Producer 2007
No Score Yet Endangered Species (Earth Alien) Director 2004
No Score Yet Endangered Species Screenwriter Director 2002
No Score Yet Tick Tock Director 2001
No Score Yet The Second Arrival Director 1998
No Score Yet Demolition University Director 1997
No Score Yet Pinocchio's Revenge Director 1996
No Score Yet Witchboard 3 - The Possession (Witchboard III: The Possession) Screenwriter 1995
No Score Yet Witchboard 2: The Devil's Doorway Director Screenwriter 1993
No Score Yet Peacemaker Screenwriter Director 1990
No Score Yet The Cellar Director 1989
No Score Yet Witchtrap Director 1989
40% Night of the Demons Director 1988
50% Witchboard Director Screenwriter 1986


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