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  • Right At Your Door

    After multiple dirty bombs are detonated, spreading deadly toxic ash across Los Angeles, Brad (Rory Cochrane) inadvertently quarantines his wife, Lexi (Mary McCormack) outside their new home by safely sealing himself inside. With the city under siege and Martial Law in affect, Brad and Lexi struggle to survive with little supply, limited time and no information--all the while separated by thin doors and thinner sheets of plastic. When "help" finally does arrive, it appears to be anything but. Enjoy:)


    http://quicksilverscreen.com/watch?video=59113

  • #2
    Saw it, pretty decent flick... I love how when the radio calls for folks to seal themselves with duct tape and plastic... he grabs a bunch... gotta love CA sheeple turned preppers ;)

    The one idea that was pretty cool was when he partitioned off that one room so his wife could get inside the home...
    73

    later,
    ZA

    Someday someone may kill you with your own gun, but they should have to
    beat you to death with it because it is empty.

    The faster you finish the fight, the less shot you will get.

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    • #3
      I was so put off by the fact that this cat just left his wife out to die. I'm sorry but I would rather die with the woman I loved then watch her die and live without her. But maybe that is just me. I almost quit watching it when that happened, maybe I just have something special with my woman though.

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      • #4
        i must be a da whats the name of the movie
        the pack that plays together stays together

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        • #5
          So I'm a softee

          I rented this movie because it is an independant film, (no it was paid for with CA tax dollars, a state that is now bankrupt, I wonder why...).
          It had a novel take on a important subject (no, it rips off several OLD 1950's B-movies).
          About 15 minutes into the film it gotta sorta slow (Yeah, you mean it had no second act? or no 1st or 3rd act?).
          Because I grew-up in a post-appocolyptic town this film resonated with me. (OK now I believe you!)
          It's a sad slice of life about the Socialist State of Kaliforincation where people were taxed to extinction so that "films" like this, with no merit, would be paid for with slave tax dollars so that the PPL invoulved, that sucked through the Progressive Strainer would be hired to work in the Marxist media. Talent is not a word that exists in Kalifornia, nor is merit.
          The road to serfdom is paved with free electric golf carts.

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