I Didn't Come Here To Die 2010

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(20) IMDb 5.4/10

One of the most orginal and acclaimed horror movies of recent years, I Didn't Come Here to Die tells the tale of six young volunteers who set up camp in the middle of nowhere to work on a projecy for kids. A Little too much booze and one horrific, stomach-churning accident sparks a series of rash decisions. Alone in the woods, guilt and paranoia begin to take hold and the bodies begin to pile up.

Starring:
Indiana Adams,Kurt Cole
Runtime:
1 hour, 20 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Comedy, Horror
Director Bradley Scott Sullivan
Starring Indiana Adams, Kurt Cole
Supporting actors Madi Goff, Travis Scott Newman, Niko Red Star, Emmy Robbin
Studio Metrodome
BBFC rating Suitable for 18 years and over
Rental rights 48 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

3.5 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mr. P. Abbott on 4 Sept. 2014
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I agree with most of the reviews so far. This film really is kinda pointless. Very little happens and there isn't much back story or explanation. I wasn't sure if this was intended to be a comedy or not because most of the deaths are comical.

Things I learnt from this film:

1. Never wear a face mask when using a chainsaw, if you do happen to chainsaw half your face off you need to rev the chainsaw again to release the saw from the face.
2. If you get impelled in the eye and are taken to hospital, they will release you within hours and even give you a car to drive back to your camp.
3. There is a very high chance that if you are left with just one eye, you will lose the other eye within hours in almost the same manner.
4. Rather then leave the camp and call the police about the two accidents that have happened, just dig a hole and bury the bodies

This film is best watched after a few beers so you can crack up in laughter when these idiotic characters act like idiots but it would be best if you just save your cash and buy something that rewards you as a viewer instead.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Bill HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on 12 Feb. 2015
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This is a low budget, fairly average, but watchable horror flick.
A group of six Americans, aged twenty-something, volunteer to clear a secluded woodland, to enable the construction of a play area for inner city kids. A family have donated the land to the youth project, in memory of their daughter who was murdered on the land.
One of the group, in the midst of childish bickering between them, has a seriously nasty (gross out) accident. Somewhat disconcertingly, this tragedy doesn't stop most of the group from cracking on with their tree clearing duties. However, in a case of just desserts, one of the women cheerfully demonstrates how not to use a chainsaw, and a male friend then demonstrates, with quite staggering thoughtlessness, how not to act in an emergency situation...
What follows then is a hokum survival tale, as one misfortune after another befalls the group...
There's nothing manifestly wrong with this movie, but not too much to commend it either. The film is quite grainy, which might well be off putting for some. The acting is okay...ish. Some of the movie is shot in a jerky hand-held camera style, which can be a little bit annoying (NYPD Blue has a lot to answer for). You're kind of left to assume that the woods are possessing the youths, but it's a premise for the film which is left as clear as mud. Not one of the six characters is appealing, which makes it seriously hard to engage with the story. Overall, the tale is fragmented and less than the sum of its parts.
This is not a truly awful film, it's worth 2.5 stars, but a vastly superior horror flick about what can happen when you wander into the wrong woods, is Detour (a Norwegian film), which is well worth watching - Detour [DVD].
Thank you for taking the time to read this review.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By $apphire on 5 May 2015
Format: DVD
I Didn't Come Here To Die follows six volunteers working on a humanitarian project in the woods. When horrific accidents begin to happen human nature takes over leading to rash decisions and unpredictability where it becomes everyone for themselves whether they know it or not. Going into this movie you think you are going into a full on slasher horror style film, but sadly that never happens. While there is plenty of gore and kills all of it chalks up to just random accidents, panic, and mental anguish. There is a lot of build up here heading nowhere. The story plays pretty straight forward and for clearly having a small independent budget doesn't look too bad, but beyond that this film offers little. The actors are pretty average to bad which would be fine if there was more substance to the film, but sadly there is nothing. They seem to be trying to do something clever, but instead deliver a film with no point what so ever.3/10
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mattuus on 5 July 2014
Format: DVD
Okay, so Ive never done this before but for this movie I had to write something to the true horror fans out there.
This is an awesome B-Grade (stress the B) film. Not amazingly gory all the way through, but one gory scene with a chainsaw (you know what I'm talking 'bout) is one of the best I've seen in quite some time. This is not a film that everyone's going to enjoy. The acting's pretty cheesy and the film style pretty grainy and frankly a little hard to watch. But who the hell cares. Incredibly memorable scenes, a believable plot and an end so fantastically funny, I almost wet myself. If you're a true horror connoiseur and enjoyed recent films like 'Hobo with a Shotgun', 'Dead Snow', and 'The Loved Ones' then you will love this.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By I. Pm Phillips on 19 July 2014
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I just could not see the point of this film with bad acting from the start and a pointless and non believable story. Not bad special fx though which saved it from me giving it a 1 star rating
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By THE MOVIE GUY on 28 April 2013
Format: DVD
This is a rather pointless "horror" film. A group of 20 somethings are out in the woods, some long distance from the road to clear an area for a large camp site for kids...one you can't reach by car. The cast introduce themselves as a way to quickly build character. As they clear the woods accidents happen and this thing turns into a "ten little Indians" tale for no rhyme or reason.

The acting was decent. The dialouge was well written. The plot flowed rather well in spite of some issues, but there was no substance to the story...or maybe I am missing something. Some films are made better by not explaining what happened (Yellow Brick Road), but it didn't work for me in this one. After watching a fairly decent film, I was let down by the ending, the last scene which caused me to laugh (by design). The closeups of the chainsaw showed it didn't have a chain but a serrated blade made to look like chain.

The land was donated by a family whose little girl was murdered, which didn't really enter the film. Apparently the land they are on is cursed, but by what and why? Did the girl being killed curse the land or was that because of it? Or was one of the campers cursed or a victim of it? Or was it all fate? The film will need a sequel to explain this one.

Parental Guide: F-bombs, near sex, nudity (Grindhouse girl Emmy Robbin)

Safety Note: If you have something embedded in you, like a stick, the proper first aid is to stabilize the item and seek medical attention. DO NOT YANK IT OUT. That opens up the hole and causes bleeding. Also the proper way to insert foam ear plugs is to squeeze and roll the end of the plug going in the ear canal, pull the ear back, end then insert it. You don't just jam it in.
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