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Thomas Fenton

Fenton grew up in Rochester, New York, where he attended the Norman Howard School. He began making sci-fi, horror and martial arts films in the 5th grade. He later went to film school at Hofstra University. Before moving to Hollywood to pursue a career as a screenwriter and graphic novelist, Fenton owned and operated a successful commercial and ... See full bio »

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Saw IV
Saw IV Writer
Striking Point
Double Dragon
Double Dragon Camera and Electrical Department


Hide Hide Show Show Writer (7 credits)
 2017 Slay Per View (Short)
 2013 I Spit on Your Grave 2 (screenplay)
 2011 Terminated (Short) (as Thomas H. Fenton)
 2009 Chain Letter (uncredited)
 2007 Saw IV (story)
 2003 Belly of the Beast (Video) (uncredited)
 1995 Striking Point (as Thomas H. Fenton)
Hide Hide Show Show Camera and Electrical Department (6 credits)
 2001 Halloween 4: Final Cut (Video documentary short) (additional photographer - as Thomas H. Fenton)
 1994 Double Dragon (grip - as Thomas H. Fenton)
 1993 Slaughter of the Innocents (grip - as Thomas H. Fenton)
 1993 Night Trap (key grip)
 1988 Cheap Shots (grip - as Thomas H. Fenton)
 1988 Lady in White (video playback operator)
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 1995 Striking Point (as Thomas H. Fenton)
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 1993 Night Trap
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 1995 Striking Point (as Thomas H. Fenton)
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 2002 My Life with Buk (Short) (special thanks)

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Other Works:

He is the author of the popular European graphic novel series: L'Armée Des Anges (The Army Of Angels) which is due for an English release under the title Seraph. See more »

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Thomas H. Fenton


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