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I believe it was John F. Kennedy who famously said “Ask not what your country can do for you, but who you can kill for your country.” That might be a misquote, but the point is volunteering should be the duty of every young American. There are trails to be blazed, streets to be cleaned and naive young do-gooding ladies to be plowed. A couple of those are the motivating factors behind the poor souls in this week’s horror flick… I Didn’t Come Here to Die. A group of six youths head into the woods to do their part for society, but they discover the hard way that no good deed goes unpunished. Oh, and tree branches can be a real bitch. Kills Six volunteers go into the woods. One comes out. Ills There’s lots of talking here, but the words are broken up with splashes of bloody goodness here and there. We »

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