Filmmaker Emily Hagins is nothing short of an inspiration for horror fans of every age to go out there and make their movie! And that's just what this lovely young lady is doing again. You almost have to wonder how long before she's a household name?
Emily Hagins. This young woman is nothing short of an inspiration for budding filmmakers everywhere. Her latest flick, My Sucky Teen Romance, drops onto DVD, Blu-ray, and VOD today, and we've got an exclusive clip for you. Dig it!
Emily Hagins. This young filmmaker is nothing short of an inspiration for budding filmmakers everywhere. Her latest flick, My Sucky Teen Romance, is heading to the big screen, and we couldn't be happier for her. Read on for details.
MPI Media Group has announced it has acquired all North American rights to My Sucky Teen Romance, the highly sought after breakthrough feature film from 18-year-old writer/director Emily Hagins. A spring 2012 theatrical release is planned for the film, to be followed by DVD and Video on Demand availability.
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Writer/director Emily Hagins has quickly become a filmmaking force to be reckoned with, and she’s only 18 years old.
Around DC we're big fans of Emily Hagins. For those unfamiliar with this crazy little scamp, she directed her first zombie film, Pathogen, at the tender age of just twelve years old. Ponder that if you will ... twelve! At that age most of us were more content trying to get as filthy as possible before going home, and this chick was making a movie!
Emily Hagins is a bit of a horror enigma. At just twelve years old she created her first zombie film, Pathogen, which was the subject of a documentary about the making of that film called Zombie Girl: The Movie, and now she's back to create more gore-soaked havoc with My Sucky Teen Romance.
Low-budget horror flicks are as common as bedbug headlines these days, right? What's interesting about the documentary Zombie Girl: The Movie isn't the behind-the-scenes look at bargain basement filmmaking but rather the fact that the director is a twelve-year-old girl. Talk about starting young!
How many of you guys remember Emily Hagins, the twelve-year old who set out to make a zombie movie and as a result had a documentary made about her called Zombie Girl: The Movie? Well, she's back with a new flick, and we have the skinny for you!