Michael Stephenson was the child star of the 1990 horror pic Troll 2, a movie so infamously bad, he used the experience to write and direct Best Worst Movie, about the film becoming a cult phenomenon. In a twist of fate, that documentary enabled Stephenson, 32, to line up financing for his first narrative feature, a dark comedy titled Destroy, reports Heat Vision.
In Destroy, vampires don’t exist, but that doesn’t stop a well-intentioned would-be vampire hunter from leaving a trail of blood-splattered wooden stakes across Bavaria. But while he thinks he’s saving the world, he is mistakenly murdering sweet, innocent old men.
Stephenson is directing and producing with Lindsay Stephenson, via the duo’s Magic Stone Productions, as well as Jennifer Roth, one of the producers of Black Swan. The script was co-written by Zack Carlson, programmer of Austin’s Alamo Drafthouse Cinema.
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