Gregory Dark - Major Motion Pictures

Major Motion Pictures

Dark's first major motion picture, horror film See No Evil, was released nationwide on May 19, 2006, for WWE Films and Lions Gate Entertainment. It was directed by Dark, written by Dan Madigan, produced by Joel Simon, and starred professional wrestler Kane. See No Evil grossed more than $40 million.

In 2008 Dark directed the independent film Little Fish, Strange Pond, starring Matthew Modine, Adam Baldwin, Callum Blue, Zach Galifianakis, Liza Weil, and Paul Adelstein, which was retitled to Frenemy for its December 2010 DVD release. During 2009, Dark directed An Evening With Stephen Lynch, a concert film starring comedian and musician Stephen Lynch.

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