Salvage (2009)

Written and directed by Lawrence Gough.

Plot: a container washes ashore on a small British beach and the beast inside it is let loose


This movie was a complete waste of time.  What’s worse is that we were in it for the first bit.  The acting was good.  We thought the story was headed in a good direction.  Boy, were we wrong.  It turned out to be without a story.  It was sort of like someone opened a book, read you Chapter 3-10 and then stopped, even though there were 20 chapters in all.

There were no rules.  No Freddy Claws.  No likable characters.  And the only thing we learned from this movie was that, once again, the military is NOT to be trusted in horrific times.

It isn’t getting the worse score from us, but we don’t recommend it.  Not unless you enjoy being completely unsatisfied.  We gave it a 33/100.


About TaraRomero

I suppose I could list my favorite movies here, but instead I'll give you a strange glimpse into what makes me TaraRomero. 1. When I'm alone I like to sing really loudly to songs I know really well and pretend I'm actually good at it. 2. I am a bonified Hiddlestoner. 3. I have kept a journal for the last 25 years and I still own every one of them. 4. I like ordering travel magazines and picking out trips I'm going to take when I'm rich. 5. I'm currently worrying about my brother. I always worry about my brother. He's younger and it's my job. 6. If I knew I was dying in one hour, I would type a very strange email and then go spend time with my family (including my fur babies). 7. The best non-horror movie I've seen recently is The Giant Mechanical Man. 8. I am obsessed with Bob's Burgers and I watch one episode every night before I go to bed. 9. If I had a son I'd name him Malachai (as in Christian Mythology). If I had a daughter I'd name her Antigone (as in Greek Mythology). 10. My favorite band is and I supposed always will be, Matchbox Twenty. However, the music has become more upbeat lately and I don't like it as much. Just being honest.
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