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|Genre:||Documentary, Action & Adventure, Horror, Mystery & Suspense, Special Interest|
|Directed By:||Jeff Crook, Josh Crook, Stev Elam, Joshua Crook, Jeffrey Crook|
|Written By:||Jeff Crook, Josh Crook, Joshua Crook, Jeffrey Crook|
|In Theaters:||Jan 19, 2006 Wide|
|On DVD:||Oct 17, 2006|
as Claire Parker
as Duke Desmond
as Claire's Mother
as Detective Miller
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Critic Reviews for Salvage
Will viewers brave a second viewing and relive the routine slasher-thriller mayhem, unintentional comedy and atrocious soundtrack to catch all the clues foreshadowing the clever twist ending?
With a bigger budget, who knows what horrific gem the Crook brothers could unearth, but in the meantime they have taken all manner of second-hand parts and salvaged from them a modest yet impressively assured psycho-mystery - with a hell of a final twist.
A throwback to the salad days of regional horror filmmaking, when a Romero in Pittsburgh, or a Herk Harvey in Utah could create a movie that was not easily forgotten.
O desfecho é interessante e Lewis é uma protagonista razoável, mas o filme se torna excessivamente repetitivo depois dos primeiros 40 minutos.
Audience Reviews for Salvage
Best part of this movie was Lauren Lewis. Movie was twisted throughtout, my guess a B cult movie of the future. Would only add this one if I found it in a pawn shop thank God for Netflix.
Think of it as a horror equivalent to Groundhog's Day being that the main character relives her death over and over no matter what she tries to do different. It has alot of problems namely its low budget, however once it gets going its really worth it especially the ending.
Decent film, interestingly ironic twist.
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