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First Trailer, Info and Artwork: I Didn’t Come Here to Die

Okay, so the week is off to a shaky start. The studios are up to their usual antics trying to find the next property to remake while making ludicrous casting choices and a movie called The Karate Kid is tops at the box office despite the fact that Jackie Chan teaches the younger Smith Kung Fu instead of Karate. Leave it to the indie filmmakers to inject a much needed dosage of sanity into the mix.

Below you’ll find the first artwork and trailer for Bradley Scott Sullivan’s new slasher flick I Didn’t Come Here to Die starring Emmy Robbin, Niko Red Star, Indiana Adams, and Kurt Cole. Do yourself a favor — spend just a couple of minutes watching the trailer and cleanse yourself of all the stupidity. Bless your black heart, Mr. Sullivan.

I Didn’t Come Here to Die tells the story of six young volunteers working on a humanitarian project in the woods. Horrific accidents, rash decisions, and the unpredictability of human nature lead them all to the same disturbing conclusion — Volunteer work can be killer.

For a bit more dig on the official I Didn’t Come Here to Die website.

First Trailer, Info and Artwork: I Didn't Come Here to Die

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4 Comments

  1. When will indie film makers stop trying to recreate the f/x of poor quality 70’s film stock?

    IT IS A VERY TIRED CONCEIT! If I want to see a 70’s film I simply WATCH a 70’s film, imagine that.

  2. Yeah and even shocking enough, no one seems to give too much of a crap, which irks me greatly. It should be called Kung Fu Kid.

    This looks good, I’ll see it.
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    “We are bad guys. That means we’ve got more to do other than bullying companies. It’s fun to lead a bad man’s life.”

  3. Friend told me that they actually mentioned it in the movie that the Karate Kid was being taught Kung Fu and not Karate. Why the blue balls they didn’t just change the title instead of dedicating actual dialogue to the issue is beyond me.

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