Today Emily Hagins, the young filmmaker who directed PATHOGEN at the age of 12 and was the subject of a documentary called ZOMBIE GIRL, released a trailer for her new film MY SUCKY TEEN ROMANCE. You can view the trailer below and you can also go HERE in order to donate and help Hagins complete the film.
The new film was written and directed by Hagins herself and the plot of the film follow a high school girl Kate who meets a boy at a little thing called SpaceCON. Paul is dressed as a vampire and when Kate moves in on him he bites her and turns her into a vampire. So it becomes a race for Kate and her friends to restore her back to the world of the living.
As of today it looks like the total amount raised for the post-production of the film is a little under $2,000 and the site indicates Hagins is looking to raise about $5,500 to complete the film, which includes sound editing, color correction, score and so on. Should you feel inclined to donate, the site also lists some extra perks you get when you do so, so head on over to INDIEGOGO and help the young filmmaker complete her goal!