NationalityUSA Birth 19 september 1975 (48 years) at Macomb (USA)
Marcus Dunstan (born September 19, 1975) is an American screenplay writer and director who, along with Patrick Melton, wrote screenplay for the film Feast, which was the winner of Season Three of the filmmaking competition reality TV series Project Greenlight. Dunstan has since written the screenplays for Feast, Feast 2: Sloppy Seconds, Feast 3: The Happy Finish, The Collector, Saw IV, Saw V, Saw VI, and Saw 3D, and in some cases, making cameo appearances in those films as well.
Né à Macomb dans l'Illinois, Marcus Dunstan s'est formé en tant qu'étudiant la cinématographie à l'Université de l'Iowa et en passant tout son temps libre dans les salles de cinéma. Au lycée, il s'est essayé sur quelques films en 16 mm et exécutait lui-même les cascades, il fut ainsi trainé accroché à une voiture, fut également la cible de couteaux volants et à trois reprises une torche humaine. Il obtint le record d'utilisation de faux sang dans un film étudiant. En déménageant à Los Angeles en 1999, il a occupé plusieurs petits emplois, en maison de retraite, en clinique d'optométrie et en vidéoclub tout en passant ses nuits à écrire sur un ordinateur prêté par un camarade scénariste Patrick Melton.
, 1h26 Directed byChristian E. Christiansen OriginUSA GenresThriller, Horror, Slasher ThemesFilms about religion, Demons in film, Serial killer films ActorsJennifer Carpenter, Rufus Sewell, Alycia Debnam-Carey, Colm Meaney, Adelaide Kane, Leah Pipes Rating50% On June 6, six women in a close-knit Amish community go into labor and deliver six girls, sparking fears that they could fulfill an ancient prophecy. The prophecy states that six girls will be born on the sixth day of the six month (6-6-6) and that one of them will become the "Devil’s Hand". Out of fear, one mother kills both herself and her daughter shortly after her birth, and the remaining five girls grow up with relative ignorance of the prophecy. As they come closer to their eighteenth birthday, their actions are constantly monitored by the community, especially Elder Beacon (Colm Meaney), who views any ungodly actions as proof that one of them is Satan's minion. This is all made more troubling by the fact that one of the girls, Mary (Alycia Debnam-Carey), has started having terrifying visions that could suggest that she is the Devil's Hand. As tensions rise, a mysterious figure begins to murder the girls one by one.
, 1h30 Directed byKevin Greutert OriginCanada GenresThriller, Horror ThemesMedical-themed films, Psychologie, Serial killer films, Films about psychiatry ActorsTobin Bell, Costas Mandylor, Betsy Russell, Mark Rolston, Peter Outerbridge, Shawnee Smith Roles Ecrivain Rating60% Predatory lenders Simone and Eddie awaken on either side of a room split by a cage containing a scale, wearing head harnesses with screws poised to pierce their temples. They learn via videotape that the one who sets more flesh weight on their tray will survive. Eddie cuts fat from his torso, but Simone chops off her arm, which tilts the scale in her favor; the timer expires, and Eddie is killed by the screws. While he reviews the game's footage, Detective Lt. Mark Hoffman is called to the scene by FBI Agent Dan Erickson, who found Agent Peter Strahm's fingerprints around the room. Also present is Agent Lindsey Perez, whose survival was covered up by Erickson for her protection. They learn from Dr. Adam Heffner, who performed all of the autopsies for the Jigsaw case, that the knife used to cut the jigsaw piece from Eddie's flesh was only used on Seth Baxter before then. The agents intend to find the Baxter videotape to prove Strahm's involvement.