Golden Bear-nominated director of horror movies The Boogeyman as well as the Devonsville Terror as well as the acclaimed drama The Tenderness from the Wolves. He began his profession as an professional in 1960s movies like Fanny Hill. He became notorious for an extended type of direct-to-video films predicated on the lives of serial killers. His dad was German comic Ludwig Manfred Lommel. He began dealing with avant-garde musician Andy Warhol, who created and appeared in a few of his movies, in 1977.