7 wins & 12 nominations.
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Directed music video:
Bad Religion's "Atomic Garden" (1992)
1 Interview |
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6' 1" (1.85 m)
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I think that horror movies work best when they deal with some kind of contemporary issue. The thing I responded to with this movie was [the] actual moral ambiguity of the film, which is this kind of transferable nature of hatred. That you can hurt me and then I can find it justifiable to hurt somebody else, that I can transfer that. And that seems to be a very contemporary issue. And the idea ...
Was brought in to take over the last 18 days of shooting on The Time Machine
(2002), as director Simon Wells
was suffering from "extreme exhaustion". Wells returned for post-production.
Wide detailed shots