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Salvage (2010)
When a shipping container washes ashore, its deadly cargo escapes to wreak havoc on a suburban neighborhood. Is this a terrorist attack or something more sinister?
Genre: Horror
Director: Lawrence Gough
Release Date: March 19, 2010
Producers: Julie Lau
Actors: Shahid Ahmed,Dean Andrews,Sufian Ashraf,Ben Batt,Linzey Cocker,Shaun Dooley,Trevor Hancock,Kevin Harvey,Paul Howell,Neve McIntosh,Ray Nicholas,Jake Norton,Paul Opacic,Alan Pattison,Martin Pemberton,Debbie Rush,Kyle Ward
             
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