Matt Leal

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Matthew Leal

(1984-06-06) June 6, 1984 (age 39)
Los Angeles, California,
United States
CitizenshipUnited States of America
OccupationFilm Director
Years active2020 - Present
Notable work
  • Hacked[1]
  • Tales from the Grave
  • The Movie ShadowMarsh

Matt Leal (born June 6, 1984) is an American film director. He is best known for directing Tales from the Grave: The Movie and Hacked.[2]


In 2018, Leal directed the segment What We Leave Behind starring Kansas Bowling for the horror anthology film Tales from the Grave: The Movie.Leal and Matthew Festle co-directed Hacked[3] starring Jackson Turner, Shawn C. Phillips, Alan Maxson and Thom Mulligan during the Covid-19 pandemic with a production crew of their roommates living in the same house that served as the one location of the film while following California mandated testing, social distancing, prop and equipment sanitation, and PPE procedures to ensure cast and crew's safety.

In November 2020, Leal crowdfunded $33,000 for his upcoming indie cult-horror film ShadowMarsh (formerly titled Blood Beast)[4] starring Lew Temple, Dave Sheridan, and Felissa Rose.


Year Title
Director Writer
2021 ShadowMarsh Yes Yes
2020 Hacked[5] Yes Yes
2020 Tales from the Grave: The Movie Yes Yes


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