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The only thing that's real is what you feel... when I cut your head off.
I was flipping through channels one day and I came across Salvage, by the Crook Brothers. There was a girl on the screen who reminded me of Alicia Silverstone being pulled into a basement by a menacing ginger.
I was hooked.
Salvage has some truly tense moments, accompanied by on-the-edge sound effects that seemed giallo-inspired, and solid acting. This movie is one of those rare kind of horror movies where the ending is actually good. And I mean REALLY good! It was a great twist.
This film is proof that a low budget does not have to mean low quality. The plot, and the twist, is well thought out and creative. The acting is surprisingly well done by both killer and victim. He feels genuinely intimidating while she is easy to sympathize with.
The only blemishes on this fine film would be the musical soundtrack, which was jarring with the atmosphere of the movie, and the acting of Claire's boyfriend, Jimmy. It wasn't that Jimmy was acted poorly, it just wasn't as good as the rest of the cast.