Super horror fan Dan Lee of 52 Weeks of Horror interviewed Never Hike Alone director, Vincente DiSanti. The two geeked out on the genre as well as the specifics of the film and its Kickstarter. To see behind-the-scenes images and learn more about the film, be sure to read the interview here. You can also follow them on Facebook and Twitter.
Fans of the film and supporter of the Kickstarter, Horror-fix sat down with Never Hike Alone director, Vincente DiSanti, to get all the details of the production. Want to hear the scoop? Head on over to the article to listen!
Recognizing the merit of the current world of fan films, Horror Domain claims Never Hike Alone is one to "keep your eyes open for." Read the full article here and be sure to follow them on Facebook to stay up to date on horror news.
Movie network site, JoBlo features Never Hike Alone in their "Cool Horror Videos from Around the Web." They state that the film "looks professionally produced, with mucho use of gorgeous, droid-aerial photography, and seems to sport a found-footage angle." Read the full article here and follow them on Facebook/Twitter for all your movie news.
SyFy Wire shared the latest trailer for Never Hike Alone, as well as the Kickstarter. Read what they have to say in the article here. Follow them on Facebook/Twitter to keep your finger on the pulse of all things geek.
Every horror fan knows that Bloody Disgusting is the hub of all things horror, which is why we are ecstatic to be featured on their site. They wrote up great article praising the quality of Never Hike Alone, saying it looks "pretty damn awesome." Read all the details in the article here, and be sure to follow them on Facebook and Twitter. And if you haven't pledged to the Kickstarter, you can do so here.
An Italian film site, Il Cineocchio wrote up an article about Never Hike Alone and its latest trailer. They claim: "Certo la maggior parte dei fan film risulta ridicola e non vale la pena parlarne, ma ogni tanto capita che qualcuno sia davvero meritevole di segnalazione." That roughly translates to "Most fan films are ridiculous and not worth discussing, but sometimes there are some worth mentioning." If you speak Italian, or have Google Translate handy, give the article a r