About Bram Stoker Award® Finalist Frazer Lee:
A Bram Stoker Award® Finalist for ‘Best First Novel’ “The Lamplighters”, Frazer’s published works also include “The Jack in the Green” and “The Lucifer Glass” from Samhain Publishing, along with the Amazon number 1* horror/thriller ‘Panic Button: official movie novelisation’ (*ranked #1 for 9 weeks, Amazon.co.uk) .
As screenwriter, Frazer was commissioned to write the acclaimed horror/thriller feature film screenplay “Panic Button” , which went on to premiere at Cannes and secure worldwide distribution. He also wrote the award-winning short film ‘Simone‘.
His directing credits include the multi award-winning shorts “On Edge” and “Red Lines” , and the promo campaign for Discovery Channel’s ‘True Horror’. His new short film “The Stay” is in post-production. He was named one of the Top 12 UK short film directors in MySpace.com’s Movie Mash-up contest by a panel including representatives from 20th Century Fox, Vertigo and Film4.
Frazer also lectures in Creative Writing/Screenwriting to B.A. and M.A. level at Brunel University London and Birkbeck University of London. His guest speaking engagements have included The London Screenwriters Festival and The Guerilla Filmmakers Masterclass.
Frazer resides in leafy Buckinghamshire, UK with his family. When he isn’t getting lost in a forest he is working on new writing and film projects.
“An elite voice in the genre”
“Red Lines gave me the TOTAL CREEPS… This guy is a GREAT DIRECTOR…”
(Tobe Hooper, director of Texas Chainsaw Massacre & Poltergeist)
“ON EDGE… shows that [Frazer Lee] has a nose for gore and a sick, fetishist sensibility. RED LINES… showcases his knack for more subtle, atmospheric terror…”
“Frazer Lee is one of the best new hopes for British horror…”
(M J Simpson, British Horror Revival)
The Lamplighters (2011)
Panic Button – official movie novelization (2011)
The Jack in the Green (2013)
The Skintaker (2015)
The Lucifer Glass (2013)
The Leper Window (2015)
Ill Met By Moonlight (published in Lighthouse Magazine Issue 2, Dec 2003)
Pendragon Rising (published in Maelstrom, Calvin House 2004)
Urbane (published in Lunar Harvest, paperback, Calvin House 2005 & Read By Dawn Vol. 2, Bloody Books 2007)
Conspiracy of Silence (published in Nocturne 5, Calvin House 2006)
Tinsel (published in Read By Dawn Vol. 3, Bloody Books 2008)
So Much to See (published in When Darkness Calls, TBC)
Short Story Collections
Urbane and Other Horror Tales (2009)
Ill Met By Moonlight (chapbook, Ghost Writer Publications 2009)
Fiction – Novels
The Lamplighters (Finalist, Bram Stoker Awards® 2011)
Fiction – Shorts
Pendragon Rising (Runner up, Geoffrey Ashe Prize, Library of Avalon, Glastonbury)
Highly Commended (On Edge) Fantastic Films Manchester 2000
Best Short Film (On Edge) Halloween Filmfest Germany 2001
Best Short Film (On Edge) (3rd) AKA Shriekfest, Los Angeles USA 2003
Highly Commended (Red Lines) Fantastic Films Manchester 2003
Best Short (Red Lines) Fearless Tales, San Francisco USA 2004
Best Horror Short, 1st Place (On Edge) Dragon*Con Film Festival, Atlanta USA 2009
Semi-finalist (Simone) Action/Cut Short Film Competition USA 2010
2nd Place (Simone) Filmslam Film Festival USA 2010
Award Winner (Simone) Reel Terror Film Festival USA 2010
Best Short, Audience Choice (Simone) Shockerfest USA 2010