Breaking out of the direct-to-video dungeon can be a difficult, if not insurmountable task, but Patrick Lussier has done just that. Originally a successful editor working on many of Wes Craven's films, Lussier began his directorial career helming sequels to Dracula 2000. He followed those up with White Noise 2: The Light. But when given creative control, he turned out 2009's spectacularly fun 3D gorefest, My Bloody Valentine 3D. Now he's working with Nicolas Cage, William Fichtner, and David Morse on Drive Angry, a film that looks to be his best yet judging from the fairly spectacular Comic-Con reel.
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