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Name  Paul Hough
Role  Film Editor
Parents  John Hough

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Movies  The Human Race, The Backyard, The Angel
Similar People  Eddie McGee, Trista Robinson, John Hough, Rob Van Dam, Richard Gale

English born Paul Hough created and directed the multi-award-winning film The Backyard. The Backyard received an original rating of NC-17 from the MPAA. The Backyard was named DVD Of The Month and received the coveted 4 stars in Maxim Magazine (UK). The Backyard was released in theaters in Germany and also had a limited theatrical run in USA. It was one of the first documentaries ever released onto the Sony Portable PlayStation format.

Paul Hough Director Paul Hough Picks the Human Race Signed DVD and Poster

He directed the music video "Enemy" for Chris Jericho's band Fozzy which was censored on MTV. In 2007/2008 he won multiple film festivals with his action short film The Angel.

Feature film The Human Race World Premiered at Fantasia in Montreal. Hough garnered the Mention Speciale Du Jury Pour La Realisation at Utopiales De Nantes. Compared to Battle Royale, The Human Race has gained favorable reviews and was called "Inspirational and wickedly cruel." Actor Eddie McGee won Best Actor at the Mile High Horror Festival in Denver upon the film's US Festival Premiere and actress Trista Robinson won Best Actress at A Night Of Horror during its Australian Premiere. The Human Race was released worldwide in 2013 by Anchor Bay.

Turning to TV, Hough directed a musical special for award-winning series League of Steam, "The Invitation To Armageddon." The episode was nominated for various awards and won DragonCon.

Paul Hough is the son of director John Hough.

Critics

The Backyard is called "Astounding" by the New York Times: [1]

The Backyard is called "First-rate" by The Chicago Tribune: [2]

The Backyard is called "A fascinating emotional rollercoaster" by Film Threat [3]

"The Backyard is not for the squeamish, but for those unafraid to look at what is, perhaps, their own metaphorical "backyard," for those willing to stare into the long, dark night of the contemporary American soul, its bone-crunching message is worth hearing" - Washington Post [4]

The Backyard review in TV Guide [5]

References

Paul Hough Wikipedia