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Patrick Brice

Patrick Brice

Highest Rated: 100% Creep 2 (2017)

Lowest Rated: 25% Corporate Animals (2019)

Birthday: Not Available

Birthplace: Grass Valley, California, USA

A native of Grass Valley, California, multifaceted director Patrick Brice (also occasionally credited as Patrick Kack-Brice) studied film at the prestigious California Institute of the Arts, where he earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts. Brice didn't have to wait long for critical or public recognition: his student thesis film, the 19-minute documentary short "Maurice," immediately began to garner acclaim. It etched out an impressionistic portrait of Maurice Laroche, owner and projectionist of the Beverley, one of the last 35mm porno theaters in Europe. The prestigious Rotterdam International Film Festival took notice of Maurice and picked it up for competition, as did the Florida Film Festival, which awarded the movie Best Short Documentary. Brice also worked as an indie film actor, in the 2012 drama "Leave Me Like You Found Me," opposite Megan Boone and Lee Lynch. He then met and teamed up with indie film veteran Mark Duplass for his debut as a feature director, "Creep" (2014). Duplass produced and Brice wrote and directed this comedy-horror picture about a videographer named Aaron (Brice) who answers a Craigslist job posting about a one-time stint for a client named Josef (Duplass) in a rural mountain town, and learns that the hirer isn't nearly as innocuous as he initially appeared to be.

Highest rated movies

100% Creep 2
91% Creep



47% 17% There's Someone Inside Your House Director - 2021
25% 13% Corporate Animals Director - 2019
100% 72% Creep 2 Old Aaron (Character),
- 2017
83% 54% The Overnight Director,
$1.1M 2015
91% 66% Creep Aaron (Character),
- 2014
No Score Yet No Score Yet Leave Me Like You Found Me Warren (Character) - 2012
No Score Yet No Score Yet Maurice Director - 2011


88% 55% Room 104 Director,