The eagerly awaited debut from Bradley Scott Sullivan, I Didn’t Come Here To Die (IDCHTD) is to get special screenings across 9 US on October 11th states courtesy of Tugg; an innovative web platform that allows movie fans to choose what films play at their local cinemas.
IDCHTD received some great reviews when it hit the festival circuit back in 2010 and Bloody Disgusting’s own Corey Mitchell boldly described it as one of the best horror film debuts since Evil Dead (review here). There are plans for it to roll out onto VOD and DVD early next year via Level 33 Entertainment but lucky horror fans in Beverley Hills, New York and Austin (amongst others) will be treated to this shockfest on the big screen. For a full list of screenings head on over to the Tugg Website
The film sees 6 volunteers face a grisly end when they are stranded in the wilderness on an humanitarian project. The trailer certainly promises plenty of carnage, head inside to check it out along with a few posters!!
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