Saturday, 22 September 2012
Review: I Didn't Come Here To Die (2010)
First I´d like to thank Level 33 Entertainment for providing me with a screener.
The story of six young volunteers working on a humanitarian project in the woods. Horrific accidents, rash decisions and the unpredictability of human nature leads them all to the same disturbing conclusion. Volunteer work can be a killer. I Didn't Come Here To Die is written and directed by Bradley Scott Sullivan who also shot and edited the movie. The acting is pretty good, it nicely shot and edited with a Grindhouse inspired aesthetic The electronic soundtrack is great. I don´t want to give away too much of the plot but this isn´t a typical slasher even if it is obviously inspired by the genre. There is sprinkles of some surreal dark humor. There is some interesting, creative and brutal death sequences, the fx are both practical and computer gendered. It looks pretty good for the most part. In the T & A department we get some very nice topless nudity from Emmy Robbin who plays Sophia, she provides all the eye candy in this and oh boy she is nice to look at.
Theatrical Release Date: In select theaters October 11
DVD & VOD Release Date: Early 2013
For more information visit the official website http://www.ididntcomeheretodie.com/ .
This review is based upon a passwordprotected onlinescreener provided by Level 33 Entertainment.
Rating: 7 out of 7. This was awesome! I loved it! I Didn't Come Here To Die gives us a very refreshing take on slasher genre and is a fun-filled experience. I´m very impressed by the fact that this was made by Bradley Scott Sullivan, it is his first feature film, and a small very small crew on a microbudget. He does an exceptional job and there is some real artistic talent on display. It will be very interesting to see what Bradley Scott Sullivan comes up with next. Check it out! You'll be glad you did.