Stuart Gordon
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"Stuart Gordon" is an American Film director/director, Film writer/writer and Film producer/producer of films and Play (theatre)/plays. Most of Gordon's film work is in the Horror film/horror genre, though he has also ventured into science fiction film/science fiction and film noir. Like his friend and fellow filmmaker Brian Yuzna, Gordon is a fan of H. P. Lovecraft and has adapted several Lovecraft stories for the screen. They include Re-Animator, From Beyond (film)/From Beyond, Castle Freak (from The Outsider (short story)/The Outsider), and Dagon (2001 movie)/Dagon, as well as the Masters of Horror episode H. P. Lovecraft's Dreams in the Witch-House/Dreams in the Witch-House.

He has turned to the work of Edgar Allan Poe on two occasions, directing The Pit and the Pendulum in 1991 and Black Cat (2007 film)/The Black Cat for Masters of Horror Showtime (TV network)/Showtime series in 2007.

His science fiction films: Robot Jox (1990), and Fortress_(1992_film)/Fortress (1992) have both become cult classics.

With Brian Yuzna and writer Ed Naha he co-created Honey, I Shrunk the Kids for Disney Studios and executive produced the sequel Honey, I Blew Up the Kid. He also co-wrote Body Snatchers (1993 film)/Body Snatchers for Warner Brothers in 1993 and The Dentist for Trimark in 1998.

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