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!
We’re lucky to have her and people like her in our genre. Talk about passion. Emily is back with her latest film, My Sucky Teen Romance, which just debuted at the SXSW 2011 Film Festival; and our man on the scene, Drew Tinnin, just checked in with a review. Read it by clicking on the one-sheet below.
“On 17-year-old Kate’s last weekend in town, she and her friends plan to spend it together at SpaceCON – the local science fiction convention they attend every year. At the convention Kate meets Paul, a recently turned teen-vampire (who is also dressed as one). But when Kate tries to make a move on him, he accidentally bites her in the neck. Kate and her friends soon discover Paul is not the only vampire at the convention, and it is up to them to stop the vampires and find a way to turn Kate back before it is too late.”
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