Springer produced and directed The Hagstone Demon, a feature-length horror film starring indie-film icon Mark Borchardt (subject of the 1999 documentary American Movie), and underground cinema artist Lung Leg. The Hagstone Demon premiered at the 2009 TromaDance Film Festival in Park City, Utah and screened as a double-bill with American Movie (1999) at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts.
Springer's style has been criticized as derivative of directors Stanley Kubrick and George A. Romero. Springer was called “a filmmaker who sees nothing as taboo” by Film Threat in 2002, and named “most audacious filmmaker” in his native state of Minnesota in 2002.
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- The Hagstone Demon on Internet Movie Database
- Neumann, Don. "THE HAGSTONE DEMON playing limited Halloween run at Museum of Fine Arts in Boston". Retrieved 13 August 2011.
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-06-06. Retrieved 2009-02-07.
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