Steven C. Miller

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Steven C. Miller
Born (1981-03-08) March 8, 1981 (age 35)
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 The Aggression Scale, Silent Night, Under the Bed, Automaton Transfusion

Steven C. Miller is an American screenwriter, editor, and director.

Education and career[edit]

Miller attended Full Sail Real World Education where he majored in Film and Television Production. [1]

His feature film debut, Automaton Transfusion was made for $30,000.[2] The film was purchased and released in 2008 worldwide by Dimension Films.[3] Miller next filmed a remake of the horror comedy Motel Hell.[4]

In 2011, he directed 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, where it was purchased by Anchor Bay Entertainment[6] and was released worldwide in 2012. The second was Under the Bed, referred to by JoBlo.com as "a blood-soaked horror extravaganza", the film premiered at Fantasia Festival.[7] and was released in 2013 by XLRATOR. Miller's next project was on the Christmas slasher film Silent Night, a 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."[9] Silent Night was released by Anchor Bay Entertainment.

Music videos[edit]

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

Filmography[edit]

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