Fright Rags Helps Fight Domestic Violence with F13 ‘Survive’ Charity Screenprint
Every year the our incredible friends over at Fright Rags find a worthwhile cause to support and this year they’ve actually partnered with the Friday the 13th franchise’s original final girls – Adrienne King (Friday the 13th), Amy Steel (Friday the 13th part 2), Dana Kimmel (Friday the 13th part 3) and Kimberly Beck (Friday the 13th part 4 : The Final Chapter) – to spread awareness of domestic violence and hope to those affected by it.
Dubbed the SURVIVE project, Fright Rags will be releasing a collector’s edition screenprint featuring (and signed by) the four actress mentioned above. Featuring stunning artwork and glow-in-the-dark ink, there will only be 175 of these prints released on September, 21st. A percentage (60%) of the proceeds raised will go towards four different charities, each selected by the “Ladies of the Lake,” that help victims of domestic violence.
FROM THE PRESS RELEASE:
In the vast majority of horror movies, it comes down to the final girl who must face her darkest hour, and call upon her inner strength to vanquish the killer. Perhaps no film franchise is more popular in using this plot device than the Friday the 13th films.
Of course, when the credits roll we are reminded that we are in the comfort of our own homes and the violence we just witnessed was staged and designed for film. In the real world however, there is needless abuse occurring every day. In the US alone, a woman is assaulted or battered EVERY 9 SECONDS. What if we could do something to help those who have been affected by domestic violence?
And so the SURVIVE project was born.