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At the hands of a sadistic and depraved killer, she will endure a terrifying, unimaginably brutal death--and it will all happen again. After being beaten, dragged, sliced, and stabbed, Claire awakens at work--where it all began--untouched and unharmed. But the hellish ordeal is far from over. The madman is back and he's ready for more blood...


Studio Platinum Disc Corporation
SKU 202895039
UPC 096009472894
UPC 14 00096009472894
Format DVD
Release Date 5/6/2008
Aspect Ratio
Widescreen  1.85:1
Cast & Crew
Chris Ferry - Actor
Cody Darbe - Actor
Evan Wilson - Original Music By
Jeff Crook, et. al. - Director
Jeff Crook, et. al. - Writer
John Ashmore - Cinematographer
John Ashmore, et. al. - Producer
Josh Ashmore - Editor
Lauren Currie Lewis - Actor
Maureen Olander - Actor
Review There are quite a few plot twists, misdirections, and dream sequences in Jeff & Josh Crook's "Salvage." So many, in fact, that there's no room for bulky stuff like character development, plot construction, or even a half-decent story. And as a lifelong horror geek who trawls film festivals for any variety of spooky stuff, I'm disappointed to note that "Salvage" left me pretty cold -- even if it's not an awful little gimmick flick.
Reviewer Scott Weinberg
ReviewRating 7
ReviewSource Arrow in the Head
Review Salvage, retitled from its original (better) moniker of Gruesome, is a bit of a tough nut to crack. The film plays on the idea of...well...I'm actually not sure what the idea behind the film is to be perfectly honest with you, but it's sort of like a bloody, psycho version of Groundhog Day, only without the feel-good message or neat and tidy resolve of that film...To go into too much detail here would do the end "reveal" of the film a bit of a disservice and almost render seeing it for your self kind of moot, sort of like The Crying Game; once you find out that the chick has a dick...Meh, what's the point, right? Sure it's a well crafted, taunt bit of drama, but once the kicker is ruined, the fun and anticipation and mystery are sucked right out of it. Even though the final frames of Salvage aren't really set up to be a big, eye-opening boot to the nuts, it is one of those films that is best left up to the viewer to decipher and draw their own conclusions to...I will tell you, however, that Salvage is a very well made and smartly written little no-budget indie with the wherewithal to stay true to itself all-the-way through to the end and not pull its punches or try to fake you out with some half-baked bulls*** "ah-ha" ending...In a world full of shoddy, cheap-ass, not talent, hack-job bulls*** indie horror features, Salvage is a breath of fresh air.
Reviewer Rees Savidis
ReviewRating 7
DVD, Widescreen
Product Attributes
Video Format DVD
DVD Town ...the best American horror film you'll see this year.
MTV A brutal, armrest-grabbing flick...
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