Canadian-born John Fallon always knew that he wanted to be in the arts from an early age, with his grand collection of movies, his unique artistic renderings, his many writings and his lauded performances in theatre school productions. After spending two years at Montmorency College learning the technical aspects of filmmaking, and another three years perfecting his craft as an actor through John Abbott College's professional theater program (from which he graduated with honors), he was on his way. His versatility as an actor has been tested in many divergent roles including a journalist/host for 26 episodes on TV's "Kaosbar", a neo-nazi in a stage play entitled "Edith Stein", a partygoer on a major "Budweiser" commercial campaign, a vulnerable derelict in the feature film "Welcome", Bucky the jailbird with an attitude on the popular TV series "Big Wolf on Campus", a mercenary in the movie "Deadly Scavengers" and his most recent appearance as the mime in the upcoming Katie Holmes film entitled "Abandon". John continued his trend of successful multi-tasking by writing several screenplays, acting in various TV and movie roles, and operating one of the most successful horror movie review websites on the Net called "Arrow In The Head" through which he interviewed many entertainment personalities, including directors Paul Anderson (Event Horizon, Stuart Gordon (re-Animator),writers Don Mancini (Child's Play), Wayne Powers (Deep Blue Sea), Todd Farmer (Jason X), as well as actors Christopher Lambert (Highlander), Andrew Divoff (Air Force One) Mila Jovovich (Resident Evil) and Asia Argento (XXX), amongst many others. Four hundred reviews and millions of site visitors later, John was accepted into the horror community with open arms, by many of its most respected inhabitants.After previously penning five scripts of his own, John was eventually given his first official writing assignment for a Tele Cine Taurus production entitled "Lone Knight". He followed that with dabbling into Producing while also working on getting his impending directorial debut "The Red Hours" off the ground. Based on his own experiences in the underground rave circuit, his intense acquaintanceship with the horror genre and his untamed imagination, John Fallon sculpted his ambitious screenplay as his own ode to sex, drugs, horror and modern romance. John Fallon's goals are simple yet ambitious; he wants to succeed in everything that is movies be it from an acting, screenwriting, producing, journalistic or directing standpoint.