Travis Miller is an independent filmmaker from Oklahoma. He owns Rebellious Cinema, an independent production company. 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. Bloodstained Romance took 1st place at the Underground Horror Film Fest and received the award for "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). He has been deemed "The Future of Horror" by Phantamorte.com, and Jason Hughes (Author Moral Horror). 2012 was a busy year for Miller, shooting 2 feature films, The Cook (directed by Joshua Miller) and PURGATORIUM (written,produced, directed by Travis Miller). Purgatorium is hitting the 2013 film fest circuit, and has promise to do well. Miller's future projects include Blood Cove, The Lost Highway, The Dead Eyes of Mary Margaret, and his highly anticipated THE WASTELAND HORROR, which is currently seeking funding.