John Fallon (born April 27, 1978) is a Canadian actor and film director, best known for directing The Shelter and The Red Hours.
John Fallon was born in Montreal, Quebec, and spent two years learning the technical aspects of filmmaking, and another three years perfecting his craft as an actor through a professional theater program, from which he graduated with honors. His feature length directorial debut The Shelter, starring Michael Pare, from his own screenplay was released in theaters, VOD and DVD to critical acclaim. The LA Times called it "remarkably ambitious" while Ain't it Cool News said "The Shelter is resonant in tone and spot on in execution!"
As a director, Fallon also directed the music video for the hit song Gasolina by Daddy Yankee and the award-winning short film The Red Hours. He has a series of films at varied levels of development, including the action film EVA, the barbarian adventure film The Prize and the bleak period drama Heretic, having to do with two Templars going through hell after the second crusade. John Fallon has also acted in such films as Saw II, 100 Feet, opposite Famke Janssen, the French hit Dead Shadows and the action film American Muscle.
Aince the year 2000, Fallon has been at the helm of one of the most successful horror movie websites in the world called "Arrow in the Head", part of the JoBlo Movie Network, which led him to being a member of the jury at the Sitges Film Festival, the Fantastic Fest Film Festival among many others.
|2001||Deadly Scavengers||Jonas Spender|
|Abandon||Trip Hop Inferno: Mime|
|Time Enough: The Alien Conspiracy||Mike|
|2004||Power Corps.||Merc One|
|Freak Out||Looney Doll|
|2005||Alone in the Dark||Agent Yonek|
|Saw II||Video Techie|
|2007||Recon 2022: The Mezzo Incident||Cyber Merc|
|Death Race||Neo Nazi|
|2009||Recon 2023: The Gauda Prime Conspiracy||CyberMerc 2|
|Old Number Seven||Roy B. Giv|
|2014||Billy Trigger||Billy Trigger|
|Night of the Wild||Fireman|
|2001||Big Wolf on Campus||Bucky Offendahl|
|2010||Heroes of the North||Black Terror|
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