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Lane Hughes
Lane Hughes[1]

(1984-07-30) July 30, 1984 (age 36)

Lane Hughes is an American actor and musician.

Pop Skull

In 2003, filmmaker Adam Wingard approached Hughes with the idea of doing a semi-autobiographical film about a recent breakup. They conceived the film as "one-part psychedelic, one-part horror and one-part romance" and made it for $3,000.[2]

Pop Skull screened at several major film festivals, including the American Film Institute and the Rome Film Festival.[2] It won the jury award at the Boston Underground Film Festival and the Grand Jury Prize at the Indianapolis International Film Festival.[citation needed] The film depicts the lonely and disjointed life of Daniel, a young Alabama pill addict, as his efforts to cope with the trials of his day-to-day life collide with the increasing influence of murderous and displaced spirits that inhabit his home.

Reviews were generally enthusiastic. LA Splash said Hughes gave "a truly magnetic Manson vibe the entire time, allowing director Adam Wingard to make great use of the extreme close-up." The Grudge screenwriter Stephen Susco remarked that it was "unlike any horror film you've ever seen - or will ever see..."[citation needed] Variety called the movie "powerful" and suggested it created "a new genre: acid horror."[3]

A Horrible Way to Die

In 2010, Hughes co-starred in the Adam Wingard-directed drama-horror A Horrible Way to Die. AHWTD follows the journey of an escaped serial killer as he chases down his ex-girlfriend. The film had its world premiere at the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival, where it was picked up for distribution by Anchor Bay.[4] The film also played at Fantastic Fest, where it received three major awards: Best Screenplay for Simon Barrett, Best Actor for AJ Bowen and Best Actress for Amy Seimetz.[5]


In addition to acting, Hughes has also pursued a career in music. From 1999 to 2005, he was one half of the experimental noise-pop duo Swamp Sex Robots with John Sparkman, with whom he also co-wrote an avant garde fantasy musical entitled Peter Pansex. He acted in and composed music for Wingard's short film Thousand Year Sleep, and Wingard directed the music video for his song "Salt Over My Shoulder (Silly Superstition)".[6] In 2009, Hughes also contributed to the musical score for the horror/comedy film, Feast of the Vampires,[7] directed by Jay Burleson. In 2011, Hughes contributed some score work to the Joe Swanberg drama film Uncle Kent.


As Actor

As Score Composer


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  2. ^ a b Palmer, Danielle Komis (2008-02-02). "Pop Skull: Hartselle man goes from working at Movie Gallery to starring in a horror movie". The Decatur Daily. Retrieved 2011-09-18.
  3. ^ "Pop Skull". Variety. 2007.
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  6. ^ YouTube
  7. ^ Archived 2010-01-25 at the Wayback Machine
  8. ^ a b YouTube
  9. ^ YouTube
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