MPI Media Group’s My Sucky Teen Romance, the breakthrough feature film from 18-year-old writer-director Emily Hagins (interview), will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on September 4. But – before that – it’s gonna play theaters!
Bloody Disgusting has teamed up with Dark Sky Films to sponsor the official red carpet premiere of My Sucky Teen Romance. The premiere is happening at Cinespace in Hollywood on August 22nd and 5 lucky fans get to attend the VIP cocktail party with a friend. Enter for a chance to meet Emily and hang out with other celebrities at the premiere. The film will make its way through New York, Chicago and Emily’s home base in Austin soon thereafter. Hagins will be present for all four screenings and do a post-show Q&A.
To get your name in the hat all you have to do is put “MY SUCKY TEENAGE ROMANCE PREMIERE” in the subject line and E-mail your FULL NAME to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please only enter if you’re sure you can attend!
My Sucky Teen Romance is the third feature written and directed by Hagins, who made her debut – at age 12(!) – with the horror film Pathogen. Working out of Austin, Tex., Hagins has created an original new movie about “a group of teens whose normal romantic awkwardness becomes compounded when they discover that some of the kids they’ve just met at a sci-fi convention are honest-to-goodness neck-biting vampires.”
The young cast includes Tina Rodriguez (Machete, Inglourious Basterds), Devin Bonneacute’e (TV’s “Chase”), Lauren Lee and, in their movie debuts, Elaine Hurt and Patrick Delgado. Head inside for the trailer!
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