I found myself bored waiting around the hotel with nothing to do. There were not any movies I really wanted to see, but I did no feel like staying in for the night. So I took a chance and went to see the movie Salvage, which was playing at midnight in the Egyptian movie theater.
The plot of Salvage was very interesting. A 19 year old girl living in a small town keeps on getting killed. And no that is not a type-o, she really does keep getting killed. After she is killed she wakes up at a convenience store where she starts out her day again. A large white hillbilly eventually finds her and keeps on stabbing, torturing, and cutting off the face of this girl. Throughout the story I kept on thinking that I had it figured out, but in truth there were only 2 real clues as to what was happening and both were very subtle. The ending was phenomenal, and there is no way anyone will see it coming. Salvage was picked up for distribution so I am sure Bay Walk will get it sooner or later.
Another aspect added to my movie going experience, and that was the audience. Because there was very little investment into the main character whenever she would die the audience would laugh in unison. It was not ever a funny event, but it became funny because all of us could see how fake and meaningless her death was. People would jump all at the same parts, laugh at the same parts, and a lot of the people walked out at the same part. It was a very interesting experience seeing a movie with such an animated audience.