Riddick (2013)
Written and Directed by David Twohy
Betrayed by the Necromongers and left for dead on a remote planet, Riddick learns to adapt to the harsh environment and rediscover his predatory instincts. When a more deadly threat appears on the horizon, he is forced to activate an emergency beacon attracting two ships: one filled with mercenaries, and another captained by a man with a personal vendetta against Riddick.
 A Perfect Getaway (2009)
Written and Directed by David Twohy
For their honeymoon, Cliff and Cydney (Steve Zahn and Milla Jovovich) decide to trek the fabled Kalalau Trail of Kauai. They soon encounter Kale and Cleo (Chris Hemsworth and Marley Shelton), two disgruntled hitchhikers, as well as Nick and Gina (Tim Olyphant and Kiele Sanchez), a pair of wild spirits who help guide them through lush tropical trails. But the scenic beauty quickly gives way to sheer terror when Cliff and Cydney learn of a grisly murder on a nearby island — and realize they’re being followed by someone who fits the description of the killers.
The Creature from the Black Casket (2007)

Written and Directed by David Twohy

Says Twohy, “This is a short I did in service of the last Writers’ Strike. It’s kinda inside baseball, but you can still enjoy it if you have this one little tip: The lead negotiator for the producers went by the name ‘Nicholas Counter III.’ It’s pretty easy to hit it out of the park when they lob a softie right across your plate like that. There was some kind of competition for best video during the strike. This won. A fun little piece that gave me a chance to flex my comedy muscles.”

The Chronicles Of Riddick (2004)
Written and Directed by David Twohy
With Vin Diesel, Colm Feore, Thandie Newton, Judi Dench, Karl Urban.

Riddick, now a hunted man, finds himself in the middle of two opposing forces in a major crusade. Colm Feore plays Lord Marshal, a warrior priest who is the leader of a sect that is waging the tenth and perhaps final crusade 500 years in the future. Judi Dench is Aereon, an ambassador from the Elemental race. She is an ethereal being who helps Riddick unearth his origins.

Below (2002)
Directed by David Twohy
Written by Lucas Sussman, Darren Aronofsky, and David Twohy.
With Bruce Greenwood, Olivia Williams, David Crow, Matthew Davis.

The U.S.S. Tiger Shark, prowling the oceans during World War II, is dispatched on what should be a routine rescue mission. But the long-at-sea crew, trapped in the sub’s narrow corridors and tight spaces, begins a new journey into sensory delusion…mental deception…and runaway fear that lurks deep inside the human psyche.

Pitch Black (2000)
Directed by David Twohy
Written by Jim Wheat, Ken Wheat and David Twohy.
With Vin Diesel, Rahda Mitchell, Cole Hauser.
A spaceship carrying mostly free-settlers is raked by the tail of a comet and crash lands on a nearby planet. All but 12 are killed. The survivors, led by second-in-command pilot Carolyn Fry (Radha Mitchell), find themselves marooned on a hot arid world, constantly bathed in the endless daylight of three suns. Not only must Fry find food and water for her charges, but she is forced to deal with another complication — escaped killer Richard B. Riddick (Vin Diesel). And when night finally comes to this world, the dwindling survivors realize that, as dangerous as he is, Riddick may not be the worst of their problems.

The Arrival (1996)
Written and Directed by David Twohy
With Charlie Sheen, Lindsay Crouse, Richard Schiff.
Unexpectedly, Zane Zaminski (Charlie Sheen) is fired from NASA after picking up strange radio signals of extra-solar origin. He doggedly pursues the signals to their destination — a high-security power plant in Mexico. Zane’s girlfriend (Terri Polo) thinks Zane is slowly going crazy, but Zane believes he has stumbled across a plot by another civilization to “terraform” the Earth to their own wants and needs.

Grand Tour: Disaster in Time (1992)
Directed by David Twohy
Written by David Twohy, Henry Kuttner and C.L. Moore.
With Jeff Daniels, Ariana Richards, Emilia Crow.
Before they can complete renovations on their inn, widower Ben Wilson (Jeff Daniels) and daughter Hillary (Ariana Richards) are visited by a curious woman seeking immediate lodging for a strange group of travelers. Why they won’t stay at the hotel in town is just the first of many mysteries surrounding the group. Soon Wilson makes a staggering discovery that will threaten the lives of his family and many good neighbors.