Josh Miller And Pat Casey's HEY, STOP STABBING ME! Coming To The Alamo

Before VIOLENT NIGHT, writers Josh Miller and Pat Casey cut their lawnmower blades on this gem, screening at the Alamo in December.

By Angel Melanson · @HorrorGirlProbs · December 2, 2022, 6:25 PM EST
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Violent Night is now in theaters and we've got good news for fans. The Lo-Fi horror comedy from Violent Night writers Josh Miller and Pat Casey is coming to the Alamo. Picture it— Summer 2000 — long before they became big-time Hollywood players with the likes of Violent Night, Sonic the Hedgehog, and Dorm Daze Miller and Casey produced, co-wrote, directed, and starred in Hey, Stop Stabbing Me!

With a budget of $500, a MiniDV cam and the help of some friends in Bloomington, MN, the duo created "what remains the most insanely accomplished—and long-out-of-print—comedy/horror hit of the SOV era." And now, hot on the heels of their massive Violent Night premiere, the "deranged suburban saga of hole diggers, serial killers, nympho girlfriends, clothes-stealing monsters, and lawn mower murders" that kick-started it all is coming to The Alamo Los Angeles. Filmmakers Josh Miller and Pat Casey will be live in person for a post-screening Q&A.

Get your tickets right here.