Mick Garris

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  • Birth Name: Michael Alan Garris
  • Birth Place: Santa Monica, CA
  • Date of Birth / Zodiac Sign: 12/04/1951, Sagittarius
  • Profession: Director; writer; producer; actor
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VIDEO: Fear, Itself

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Fear, Itself
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Length: 42:39
Aired: 1/1/1999

On Halloween, Buffy and her friends find themselves trapped inside a haunted frat house complete with bats, zombies and a demon from beyond. watch

VIDEO: Fear Itself

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Fear Itself
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Length: 43:13
Aired: 1/1/2007

Tom and Diana search for a person who has the ability to make people's worst fears come to life. Danny seeks Shawn's help in finding a promicin shot. watch

VIDEO: Dream Cruise

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Dream Cruise
Free | Hulu
Length: 01:27:06
Aired: 2/2/2007

When an American attorney in Japan begins a dangerous affair with the wife of a wealthy client, a sunset boat trip will reveal the violence and vengeance that waits just below the surface. Directed by Norio Tsuruta watch

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Desperation
Quicksilver Highway
The Fly 2
Bag of Bones

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Tales from the Script
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Stephen King's Riding the Bullet
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The Stupids
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The Quick and the Dead

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Polly Wants a Crack at Her
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Fear Itself
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Dream Cruise
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The Washingtonians

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Credits

Year Title Description
2011 Stephen King's 'Bag of Bones' TV Show Series, Executive Producer
2011 Post Mortem With Mick Garris TV Show Series, Host
2011 Stephen King's 'Bag of Bones' TV Show Series, Director
2009 Tales From The Script Movie, Actor
2008 Fear Itself TV Show Series, Creator

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Pierce Brosnan to Star in A&E's Bag of Bones

Pierce Brosnan has signed on to play protagonist Mike Noonan in A&E's adaptation of Stephen King's beloved 1998 supernatural, midlife crisis novel Bag of Bones. The four-hour "mini-series" is set to air in two parts sometime during the last quarter of this year...
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November 10, 2006: The V Word

Masters of Horror creator and writer Mick Garris said that The V Word wouldn't be a romantic depiction of vampires, and that's definitely true. However, these vampires are not the breed found in cynical, doom-and-gloom existential metaphors like The Addiction or Habit, which is what I was anticipating. Instead, Garris himself wrote a pretty straightforward "teens explore crypts, get bit, get undead, get hungry, get gone" type of story. Michael Ironside, the ugly, angry vampire, was about as entertaining as Jack Nicholson in The Witches of Eastwick; too bad we didn't see more of him. I don't know why he carried a parasol in the graveyard, but what I don't know probably won't hurt me.Even though The V Word wasn't misted, shadowed and full of velvet and candelabras, Garris paid his respect to the romantic vampire by writing in some noticeable nods:— Ironside's character, "Mr. Chaney" (pretty obvious), is a nod to Lon Chaney, who was first considered for the role of Dracula (1931)... read more

Annabeth Gish Is Far from Desperation

Annabeth Gish has been all over the airwaves this year — in her recurring guest spot as the president's eldest daughter on The West Wing, on Showtime's new Brotherhood series (premiering in July), and tonight, as one of a group of travelers kidnapped by an evil cop outside an eerie Nevada mining town in Stephen King's Desperation (8 pm/ET on ABC). But despite working steadily in the biz since 1986, she's still the kind of actress who slips quietly under the radar, earning admiration without big fame, and she likes it that way. TVGuide.com spoke read more

Halloween's Creator Delivers New Horror

Showtime is laying claim to the deepest, darkest destination on the cable dial. The blood curdling began over the weekend with Don Coscarelli's "Incident on and off a Mountain Road," the first of the network's highly anticipated Masters of Horror anthology. The 13-part series (premiering new installments Fridays at 10 pm/ET) is the brainchild of veteran writer-director Mick Garris (Phantasm). The idea was simply to give a select group of filmmakers an hour episode each in which to spill their guts (and gore) on screen with unlimited creative freedom. The only constraint: to make each creation with under $2 million dollars. Not too shabby considering contributing master Tobe Hooper read more

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