Steven C. Miller

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Steven C. Miller
Born (1981-03-08) March 8, 1981 (age 33)
Decatur, Georgia, U.S.
Residence Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Nationality American
Alma mater Full Sail University
Occupation Film director, screenwriter & editor
Years active 2008–present
Notable work(s) The Aggression Scale, Silent Night (2012 film), Under the Bed, Automaton Transfusion

Steven C. Miller is an American screenwriter, editor, and director. Miller is represented by United Talent Agency and Adam Goldworm at Aperture Entertainment.[1] He attended Full Sail Real World Education where he majored in Film and Television Production.

Directing career[edit]

His feature film debut, "Automaton Transfusion" was made for $30,000 in only 9 days.[2] The film was purchased and released in 2008 worldwide by Dimension Films.[3] The next two years Miller found himself in 'development hell' with such projects as a remake of the horror/comedy Motel Hell.[4] In 2011, Steven decided to get back to his roots, work outside of the studio system, and shot two independent low budget features. The first was the thriller "The Aggression Scale", which was described by IndieWire as “Home Alone with more death!”.[5] The film premiered at South by Southwest to critical success, where it was purchased by Anchor Bay Entertainment[6] It was released worldwide in 2012. The second was the Amblin Entertainment inspired "Under the Bed", which had its World Premiere at Fantasia Festival. The film was called "a blood-soaked horror extravaganza" by JoBlo.com [7] It was purchased and will be released July 19, 2013 by XLRATOR. Miller's most recent film was the Christmas Slasher Silent Night, the remake of Silent Night, Deadly Night.[8] Fearnet stated "this straightforward and scrappy little remake is somehow more entertaining than half of what passes for "wide release" horror movies these days. Toss in some fine cinematography, some cool musical touches, and just enough "in jokes" to keep the hardcore horror fans happy, Silent Night certainly isn't great, but it is consistently fun, and that's more than enough—especially for a horror remake."[9] Silent Night was released by Anchor Bay Entertainment.

Music videos[edit]

He also has directed music videos for such bands as Blinded Black and Tokyo Rose.[10]

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