5 items from 2013
Written and Directed by Bradley Scott Sullivan
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.
Having grown up a fan of the horror genre, I am willing to forgive a lot. I’ve sat through some bad movies and have forgiven them for their sins against filmmaking because there is at least some spark of good in them. However I appear to be one of the few people who didn’t forgive V/H/S earlier this year and I again am going to be in the minority that doesn’t forgive I Didn’t Come Here To Die. I’m sorry to say, »
Written and directed by Bradley Scott Sullivan in his directorial debut and starring a cast of hot, fresh young talent including Indiana Adams (Friday Night Lights), Kurt Cole (Up & Down) Madi Goff (A Thousand Cuts) and Travis Scott Newman (Live Fast Die Young), I Didn’t Come Here To Die sees six young volunteers set up camp in the middle of nowhere to work on a project for kids. A little too much booze and one horrific, stomach-churning accident spark a series of outrageous events. Alone in the woods guilt and paranoia begin to take hold and the bodies start to pile up…
Ok. The grindhouse thing is fun. We get it. And I for one enjoy seeing rough and ready, grimey horror that is trying »
- Phil Wheat
Writer/director Bradley Scott Sullivan's feature debut 'I Didn't Come Here to Die' is set to land on DVD here in the UK this coming April. The movie shot in Austin, Texas back in 2010 has managed to score some pretty impressive reviews and kudos from fellow horror aficionados, some of which have been plastered over the new DVD artwork which you can scroll down to view. 'I Didn't Come Here to Die' stars Indiana Adams ('Friday Night Lights'), Kurt Cole ('UpandDown'), Madi Goff ('A Thousand Cuts') and Travis Scott Newman ('Live Fast, Die Young') and will arrive on DVD from 15th April. »
Bradley Scott Sullivan's I Didn't Come Here to Die (review here) has garnered quite a bit of praise, including from our own Uncle Creepy, and if you're in the UK and curious about all the buzz, you'll finally have a chance to see it for yourself on 15 April.
From the Press Release:
One of the most original and acclaimed horror films of recent years, I Didn’t Come Here to Die makes its debut on UK DVD courtesy of Second Sight Films.
Written and directed by Bradley Scott Sullivan in his directorial debut and starring a cast of hot, fresh young talent including Indiana Adams ("Friday Night Lights"), Kurt Cole (Up & Down), Madi Goff (A Thousand Cuts), and Travis Scott Newman (Live Fast, Die Young), this sharp horror film will be released on DVD on 15 April 2013.
Six young volunteers set up camp in the middle of nowhere to »
- The Woman In Black
The latest edition of the Indie Spotlight contains all of the recent independent horror news sent our way. This week’s feature includes a new trailer for Girls Against Boys, first photos from Slamdance films Ghost Team One and Jug Face, a review of Bradley Scott Sullivan’s I Didn’t Come Here to Die, and much more:
New Trailer for Girls Against Boys: “When Shae (Danielle Panabaker), a naïve college student, is tormented by several men in a matter of days, she reaches her breaking point, and is drawn into coworker Lu’s (Nicole Laliberte) twisted plan for revenge. Together, the two embark on a gruesome killing spree, terrorizing and brutally murdering not just their attackers, but any man who gets in their way. However, after a wild weekend of retaliation, the friendship between the girls shifts into a dangerous obsession, and their perverse game becomes a desperate »
- Tamika Jones
5 items from 2013
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