|Directed by||Mike Stahl|
|Produced by||Mike Stahl|
|Written by||Mike Stahl|
|Edited by||Andrew Florio|
|Distributed by||Indie Rights|
|June 9 2017|
Capps Crossing is a 2017 American horror film written and directed by Mike Stahl, shot in the El Dorado National Forest and at Sly Park recreation area in California in just 8 days.. Aaronde Entertainment signed a distribution deal with Indie Rights Movies in early 2017. Production began on September 13, 2013 and completed on September 23 2013.
Six hikers make their way to Capps Crossing for a long weekend of geocaching and drinking. During one of their hikes they discover a memorial for Tracy. A single rose lays at the bottom of the cross. One hiker takes the rose with him as they depart, setting off a tragic series of events. David, who lives in the forest and was Tracy's boyfriend when she died, stalks and studies the group. He listens to their conversations and learns the group's dynamic and the dysfunction that lies inside. He uses this information to plan his attack and make the group pay for dishonoring Tracy.
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