|Born||1964 (age 54–55)|
|Occupation||Film editor, screenwriter,|
Patrick Lussier (born 1964) is a Canadian-American filmmaker and editor, known for his numerous collaborations with director Wes Craven and fellow screenwriters Laeta Kalogridis and Todd Farmer, as well as his work in the horror genre.
In 1994, Lussier was nominated at the Annual Gemini Awards for Best Picture Editing in a Dramatic Program or Series for Adrift and in 1995 he was nominated for Best Picture Editing in a Dramatic Program or Series for Heads.
Lussier has worked as a film editor on most of director Wes Craven's latter films, including Wes Craven's New Nightmare, Vampire in Brooklyn, Red Eye, and all four entries in the Scream tetralogy. He made his directorial debut with The Prophecy 3: The Ascent, and co-wrote and directed the Craven-produced Dracula 2000. He also directed White Noise: The Light, which was a financial failure in spite of positive critical reception. He returned to editing on the English-language remake of The Eye starring Jessica Alba, on which he was also a visual consultant, and has also been credited as a visual consultant on Whisper and Darkness Falls amongst others.
Lussier directed the 2009 remake of My Bloody Valentine for Lionsgate Films, written by Zane Smith and Todd Farmer. On September 19, 2009, Lussier signed on to write and direct Halloween III, the second sequel to Rob Zombie's 2007 reboot of the Halloween franchise, originally scheduled for 2011 but later delayed before ultimately being cancelled. In 2010, Lussier directed the supernatural road action film Drive Angry, released on February 25, 2011. He co-wrote the screenplay with his previous collaborator Todd Farmer, of My Bloody Valentine 3D. Lussier and screenwriter Laeta Kalogridis are founding members and creative consultants for Skydance Media. The duo wrote and co-produced the fifth film in the long-running Terminator series, Terminator Genisys, released in 2015, and served as consultants for Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation.
In 2016, Lussier returned to the Scream franchise to direct the second season finale for the MTV television series adaptation, "When a Stranger Calls". Recently, Lussier directed and co-produced the Hulu/Blumhouse anthology film "Flesh & Blood" for their new Into the Dark series.
|2018||Into the Dark||TV series||Episode: "Flesh & Blood"|
|2016||Scream||TV series||Episode "When a Stranger Calls"|
|2011||Drive Angry||3D film||also editor|
|2009||My Bloody Valentine 3D||3D film||also editor|
|2007||White Noise: The Light||Theatrical film||also editor|
|2005||Dracula III: Legacy||Video|
|2003||Dracula II: Ascension||Video|
|2000||Dracula 2000||Theatrical film||also editor|
|The Prophecy 3: The Ascent||Video|
|2015||Terminator Genisys||co-writer, executive producer|
|2011||Drive Angry 3D||written by|
|2005||Dracula III: Legacy||Video||written by|
|2003||Dracula II: Ascension||Video||written by|
|2007||White Noise: The Light|
|2003||My Boss's Daughter|
|1999||Music of the Heart|
|1998||Halloween H20: 20 Years Later|
|1996||D3: The Mighty Ducks|
|Doctor Who||Made-for-TV movie|
|1995||Vampire in Brooklyn|
|1994||Wes Craven's New Nightmare|
|1993||Highlander: The Series||TV series||3 episodes|
|1992-3||The Odyssey||TV series||6 episodes|
|1992||Nightmare Cafe||TV series||4 episodes|
|1989-91||MacGyver||TV series||16 episodes|
|1991||Mom P.I.||TV series||5 episodes|
- "MY BLOODY VALENTINE: The Naked Truth". Fangoria. Archived from the original on 2009-05-25.
- "Halloween 3D Might Have an FX Artist, Despite Temporary Hold". DreadCentral.
- "Patrick Lussier in Talks for 'Halloween 3D'". Bloody-Disgusting.
- "Promo Art for Lussier's 'Drive Angry'". Bloody-Disgusting.
- "Summit Sets Bloody High Speed Chase 'Drive Angry' for 2011". Bloody-Disgusting.
- "Patrick Lussier Talks Remaking 'My Bloody Valentine' in 3-D!". Bloody-Disgusting.
- "Laeta Kalogridis And Patrick Lussier Set To Script New 'Terminator' - Deadline.com". Deadline Hollywood.
- "'Into the Dark': Hulu's Horror Series from Blumhouse TV Will Offer Feature-Length, Holiday-Themed Episodes". IndieWire.
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