Bloodstained Romance is a horror film produced by Mudd Miller Productions and released in March of 2009 by Echelon Studios
How far would you go for love? Holden will soon find out the answer to that question as he reaches to the depths of insanity for that one true love. "Bloodstained Romance" is a chilling love story told through the eyes of a killer, and has been deemed "undeniably realistic and extremely creepy".
Holdens a young college student who has never believed in love at first sight...until he sees Sadie, a sweet young coed who is everything he's ever wanted. But when Holden's anti-social behavior gets in the way of his attempts to talk to her, his life starts to unravel. Holden believes he loves her and doesn't want to let that love go. He would do anything to keep it and as the thin line between love and obsession begins to smudge and fade, so does his reasoning for right and wrong. Soon lies turn to murder launching Holden into a spiraling bloodbath of violence and desperation as he tries to hide the infatuation that feeds his madness. Through it all, he tries to cling to a trembling grip on reality, as love and pain coalesce into a shocking "climax". Written by Travis B. Miller
- Chris Burchette as Holden
- Cameron Wright as Sadie
- Adam Anderson as Nick
- Keith Brown as Rolen
- Becca Manion as Becca
- Nicole Amonette as Mellisa
- Demim Pettite as Eric
- Cathy Grissom as Women with Dog
- Tara Gering as Girl on TV
- Rory Forinash as Guy on TV
Travis Miller is an independent filmmaker from Oklahoma. He owns Mudd Miller Productions, which in 2010 changed its name to the Rebellious Cinema. He writes, produces, and directs films in the horror genre. He believes that independent film is the future of cinema. His debut feature film Bloodstained Romance was shot on a shoe string budget and was named #8 on the FilmArcade.net Top Independent Films of '08. It was picked up by Las Vegas studio Echelon Studios. Bloodstained Romance took 1st place at the Underground Horror Film Fest and received the award of "Best Oklahoma Movie" in 2010. Miller was recently asked to write, and direct Dead Girls Don't Cry for the legendary American International Pictures (The Amityville Horror, The Town That Dreaded Sundown, Mad Max). His visionary style has deemed him "The Future of Horror" by Phantamorte.com, and Jason Hughes (Author Moral Horror).