Review: I Didn’t Come Here To Die
Volunteer work. Some people do it simply out of the goodness of their hearts; some do it to boost their resume; and some people do it because they are forced to. Whatever the reason, volunteering is supposed to provide one with a meaningful and positive experience. In the indie horror, I Didn’t Come Here to Die, six young humanitarians discover that some volunteer projects require you to get your hands a lot dirtier than they imagined and they may even get you killed. I Didn’t Come Here to Die, written and directed by Bradley Scott Sullivan, follows a group of individuals posted out in the woods to build a campground. While the group reveals their reasons for volunteering and let their personalities shine through, the project takes an unexpected turn and people begin losing their lives. What first appears to be a vengeful spirit in the woods soon morphs into something else as paranoia, clumsiness, and instabilities take over.
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I Didn’t Come Here to Die Sets DVD Date
Level 33 Entertainment has announced I Didn’t Come Here to Die will be making its DVD debut on January 15, 2013. Written, directed, and edited by Bradley Scott, the story concerns six young volunteers working on a humanitarian project in the remote wilderness where horrific accidents, rash decisions and the unpredictability of human nature leads them all to the same disturbing conclusion: that volunteer work can be a killer. Indiana Adams, Kurt Cole, Madi Goff, Travis Scott Newman, Niko Red Star, Emmy Robbin and Jeremy Vandermause star.
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