“I Didn’t Come Here to Die is one of the best horror film debuts since Sam Raimi unleashed The Evil Dead upon the world.” (Bloody-Disgusting) The story of six young volunteers working on a humanitarian project in the remote wilderness. Horrific accidents, rash decisions and the unpredictability of human nature leads them all to the same disturbing conclusion…Volunteer work can be a killer. Starring: Indiana Adams, Kurt Cole, Madi Goff, Travis Scott Newman, Niko Red Star, Emmy Robbin and Jeremy Vandermause Facebook: tiny.cc/vTc06 Twitter: twitter.com/IDCHTD Official Website: ididntcomeheretodie.com REVIEWS ————– “A brilliant anti-horror film; fast moving, funny and unpredictable. This deft dead teenagers horror satire filled with stupid decisions, bad human behavior and fist-biting moments of ultraviolence. Low budget, high concept filmmaking at its most wiley, weird and wonderful.” – Fangoria “It’s a pretty safe bet that in ten or twenty years fans will be looking back upon I Didn’t Come Here to Die with the same kind of fondness and affection we have now for films like Evil Dead, Dead Alive, and The Texas Chain Saw Massacre. Simply put, it’s an indie film experience at its most ferocious and finest. Seek it out. Take the trip! You’ll be glad you did.” – Dread Central “Bradley Scott Sullivan’s I Didn’t Come Here to Die is one of the best horror film debuts since Sam Raimi unleashed The Evil Dead upon the world.” – Bloody-Disgusting
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Star Wars: The Old Republic Protected by the legendary Jedi Order , the Galactic Republic stood as a bastion of peace in the galaxy for a thousand generations,” reads an intro to the trailer from the official SW:TOR website. “Several centuries ago, the greatest threat the galaxy has ever known emerged in the form of the dark Sith Empire. After a volatile war, the Republic emerged victorious and the Sith were assumed to be extinct. Nonetheless, the Jedi have maintained a constant vigil over the ancient Sith homeworld, to protect the galaxy from the darkness that still resides in the planet’s tombs.