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When a group of teenagers car breaks down, they head to a nearby junk yard to salvage car parts. Little do they know that an insane serial killer has escaped from prison and is lurking in the area. As the teens are stalked and hunted down one by one, what was an innocent trip turns into a bloody all out struggle for survival.

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  • Actors: Aaron Paul, Scoot McNairy, Cameron Richardson
  • Directors: John Mallory Asher
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Surround Sound, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Phase 4 Films
  • DVD Release Date: April 24, 2012
  • Run Time: 86 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0070ZDMYE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #77,656 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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I have seen much worse and you could do worse then this movie.
Tony Heck
Most of the cast worked in television rather than movies, and a few hadn't acted before Wreckage, so the acting is slightly below average.
Compay
There is a site where you can check the difference between films but this one didn't have this movie up yet.
A. Pierre

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Format: DVD
"Listen sheriff, why would I come get you if I did this? That doesn't make sense" After a race ends with Jared's (Erwin) car throwing a belt and blowing a gasket the friends' weekend plans are in jeopardy. After his friend Rick (Paul) recommends to go to the nearby junkyard for the parts. While they are there Rick begins to fool around with a gun and accidentally shoots Jared's new fiancé. When Jared comes back with help one of the friends is dead and the other two are missing. This is not a bad movie at all, it's also not really a good movie. The idea is overused and the acting isn't the best. The twist is predictable, but all that said the movie is watchable. This is the type of movie that keeps you watching and interested, but when it's over you aren't sure why you kept watching. I have seen much worse and you could do worse then this movie. Overall, a very OK movie that is nothing special or new. I give it a C+.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By The Movie Guy on June 2, 2012
Format: DVD
This is your far too typical slasher film that offers nothing new. We see a young boy kill his mom's drug dealing boyfriend because he won't hand him the remote...and yes I have killed for the remote too, but never for cartoons. When 4 young adults show up at a junk yard, one of them is shot by horseplay. The police get involved and now a killer is loose.

The dialouge is as good as most slashers with a few quips. The characters are at times fun, and other times just boring, as the film runs hot and cold and seems to drag even during some action scenes. If you want to watch a new slasher, try "Deadtime."

F-bomb, no sex, no nudity.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By G. Teslovich on April 27, 2012
Format: DVD
No subtitles which is the usual indicator of cheap. To further add fuel to that fire is having 13 producers which is over twice the number of actors in this movie with speaking roles exceeding two sentences. Twice during the beginning credits and once at the end is a large chunk of time devoted to showcasing and advertising studios. Two or three times we see: Phase 4 Films; Camelot Entertainment; Darknight Pictures; Yale Productions; Frigerio Films; Ashland Films; Xanthus Pictures; Downhome Entertainment.

Sandwiched between this self promotion was a short film about young brothers one of whom unrealistically shoots his mom and her boyfriend then years later we learn that the innocent brother has taken the jail time rap to cover his brother's killing indiscretion. The imprisoned, now older, brother decides to escape. Meanwhile his younger brother is with a small group of adults in a wrecking yard looking for a car part to fix their broken vehicle. Some people die. Usual formula portrayal of dumb decisions by the victims and dumb cops fill in the storyline. Poor writing and editing leaves the story overly disjointed with poor character development and fragmented scenes being jumbled together.

I suggest the 2007 Donnie Yen Hong Kong movie "Flash Point" as an alternative action thriller, and as a comparison.
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Format: DVD
After watching a string of sub-par horror and slasher movies from Redbox, I didn't expect much from Wreckage. But in the end, it was a decent little movie night flick. Despite its shortcomings, Wreckage was actually a fun watch.

Wreckage tells the story about a group of young people from rural North Carolina that make their way to a remote junkyard after breaking down on the highway. What they don't realize is that a convicted killer from the next town over has escaped prison, and is making his way towards them. Victims are picked off one by one as they try to discover who is responsible for the killings.

Wreckage is a low-budget movie, so don't expect theater-quality performances. Most of the cast worked in television rather than movies, and a few hadn't acted before Wreckage, so the acting is slightly below average. Fortunately the older and more seasoned cast members make up for the film's lack of experienced actors.

The story itself isn't anything special. The film's "twist" is predictable about halfway through the movie, with some foreshadowing even earlier than that which gives you a clue as to what the twist may be.

All that having been said, Wreckage is still entertaining. Even though the story isn't that great, the writing for the dialogue is surprisingly good. For this being David Frigerio's first full-length film screenplay, he put together some clever speaking scenes.

There's a decent little bit of gore, although a few of the murders take place off-screen. But what makes Wreckage an enjoyable horror flick is that they managed to keep it funny where it counts. Scoot McNairy steals every scene he's in as the backwoods owner of the junkyard.
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Format: DVD
A bespeckled Scoot McNairy is the saving grace of WRECKAGE. He plays a goofy redneck manager of the rundown junkyard where the film occurs and manages to steal every scene he's in.
Otherwise, WRECKAGE is a fairly routine and predictable slasher flick. Opening with a fifteen year flashback, the movie jumps to present day where we meet 4 young people facing a maniacal killer in a run-down car junkyard. BREAKING BAD's Aaron Paul and Mike Erwin head an adequate cast which also includes 70s character actors Roger Perry and Joyce Bulifant in supporting roles.
This rated version is sparse on gore and nudity attempting to chill audiences with its eerie setting.
While WRECKAGE isn't a great slasher entry, McNairy makes it fun.
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