Horace Jackson

Horace Jackson



Horace Jackson is an American film director, screenwriter, and producer. He is best known for his work in the horror genre, having directed such films as The Prophecy II, The Prophecy 3: The Ascent, and Oculus.

Born in Chicago, Illinois, Horace Jackson was raised by his single mother. He grew up in an environment of poverty and instability, but he was determined to make something of himself. At the age of sixteen, he began his career working as an assistant at a local theatrical production company. After two years, he was promoted to director.

Jackson would go on to direct a number of films, including the cult classic The Prophecy II in 1998. The film was critically acclaimed and earned Jackson a Saturn Award for Best Horror Film. The success of The Prophecy II led to Jackson directing its sequel, The Prophecy 3: The Ascent, in 2000. After the release of the sequel, Jackson worked on a variety of films, including the psychological thriller Oculus in 2013.

Aside from his film work, Jackson has been active in the television industry. He has directed episodes of popular shows such as 24, House, and The Walking Dead. Additionally, he has served as a producer on several television series, including the supernatural drama The Vampire Diaries and the sci-fi series The 100.

Jackson’s films are known for their dark and intense atmosphere, as well as their unique visual style. He is known for his ability to explore themes of morality, faith, and the supernatural in his films.

Jackson continues to work in the film and television industries, and his career shows no signs of slowing down. He is a true visionary with a passion for telling stories that explore the depths of the human experience.

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