Womp Stomp Films Needs Your Help With Excellent Friday The 13th Fan Film 'Never Hike Alone'
Never Hike Alone follows the story of KYLE MCLEOD (Andrew Leighty), an avid backcountry hiker who, while on a solo backpacking trip, discovers the long lost remains of CAMP CRYSTAL LAKE. Ignoring the campfire stories from his childhood, Kyle’s curious nature draws him in to see what is left of the camp which has been closed ever since the infamous 1980 Friday the 13th murders.
However, Kyle’s innocent search of the camp turns deadly when he is attacked by Camp Crystal Lake's last remaining resident, JASON VOORHEES. Stranded alone in the middle of the wilderness, with no equipment, and a legendary mass murderer on his heels, Kyle’s survival skills will be put to the test like never before. Will he make it out of the woods alive or become another victim of the infamous cursed camp?
After the trailer debuted in May, it received loads of praise from not only our readers, but throughout numerous other online communities and social media outlets. Now Womp Stomp Films, headed by Vincente DiSanti, are reaching out to the horror and Friday The 13th community to raise the funds necessary to finish creating what they hope will be a definitive take on the lore of Friday The 13th and the Jason Voorhees legacy.
The film company launched their Kickstarter campaign just five days ago and has already received 1/4 of the $40,000 needed to complete the film. If you have watched the trailer above already, you know that the production will be one of the highest quality ever seen for a Friday The 13th fan film. If you're interested in helping fund this project, please click on the Kickstarter Logo for the film below to find out more about the campaign and donate while receiving numerous perks in the process.
The Kickstarter will come to a close on Monday, October 3, 2016. Upon completion of the project, Womp Stomp Films will be donating all remaining funding to Penny Pines Reforestation Program.
A branch of the National Forest Service of California, the Penny Pines Reforestation program helps revitalize areas of our national forest that have succumb to fire and disease. To date the program has reseeded over 88,000 acres of national forest.
For additional information, please read the following:
Vincente DiSanti and Andrew Leighty (Actor In Film) are available for interviews.
Director / Producer
Womp Stomp Films