Earlier this summer we caught eye of Bradley Scott Sullivan’s debut film, I Didn’t Come Here to Die, a new low-budget indie horror that looks mother effin’ A+ awesome. Shot on the Panasonic Lumix GH1 DSLR in and around Austin, TX, the feature is the story of a team of 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 killer. Best-selling author and Bloody Disgusting contributing writer Corey Mitchell was lucky enough to catch the premiere at this year’s Austin Film Festival in Texas, where he raves about the under-the-radar indie. Click the link for the review and watch for more when the film gets acquired.
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