Steven C. Miller
Directed the widely-praised "Silent Night," a remake of 1984's "Silent Night, Deadly Night"
Directed his debut feature, "Automaton Transfusion"
Miller made his debut feature, "Automaton Transfusion," with a budget of $30,000 on a tight shooting schedule of nine days.
Miller was briefly signed on to write and direct a remake of the cult 1980 horror-comedy, "Motel Hell," but left the project after two years due to the snail-pace of the major studio developing it.
After graduating with a film degree from Full Sail University in 2005, Miller moved to Hollywood with only $100 in his pocket.