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James Wan

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Trevor Smith

on 14 April 2011

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Transcript of James Wan

James Wan was born on February 27, 1977 in Kuching, Malaysia. He grew up in Australia and knew at an early age that directing films was his calling. After graduating from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, James and a friend came up with an idea for a horror movie, and thus, Saw was born, as was his career. Biography Biography Major Works Saw - Two men wake up in a lair created by a serial killer nicknamed "Jigsaw." The men must follow Jigaw's rules in order to survive his "game." (Horror movie)
Dead Silence - A man returns to his hometown in hopes of unveiling more information on his wife's murder, which ends up being linked to the ghost of a murdered ventriloquist. (Horror)
Insidious - A family looks to prevent evil spirits from trapping their comatose child in a realm called "The Further." (Horror) Importance of Wan's Films Perhaps Wan's most influential movie is Saw. It opened doors for film makers, because it made sense... What is he doing now? James has made his first impression with Saw, and apparently wants to keep it that way. He hasn't made any wildly popular films lately, but he's been in a few shows as himself. What Makes Wan a Top Director? Here's a better question...what doesn't? All of his films are very unique and captivating. They always keep you guessing. His films demonstrate all of the key aspects that make a movie good. What more can a person ask for?
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