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Karen Lam (II)


Karen Lam is a director and writer, known for Evangeline (2013), Chiral (2015) and The Meeting (2013). See full bio »

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 2015 Chiral (Short) (completed)
 2015 Mythos (TV Mini-Series) (6 episodes)
- Danse Macabre (2015)
- Clockwork Garden (2015)
- The Pied Piper (2015)
 2013 The Pit: A Study in Horror (Short) (co-director)
 2013 Evangeline
 2013/II Stalled (Short)
 2013/II The Meeting (Short)
 2012 The Stolen (Short)
 2012 Very Bad Men (TV Series documentary) (series director - 10 episodes)
- 911 to Murder (2012) ... (series director)
- Hell on Wheels (2012) ... (series director)
- Last Call Killer (2012) ... (series director)
- To Kill and Kill Again (2012) ... (series director)
- A Killer in Disguise (2012) ... (series director)
 2011/I Doll Parts (Short)
 2010/I Stained
 2007 The Cabinet (Short)
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[on horror in films] I think as a society that we need it. It's a place where we channel all our fears and nightmares. And you can use evil in a metaphoric way with human monsters, rather than having to deal with the documentary version - which I think is pretty harsh. See more »

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