terrorist attacks downtown so this guy isolates himself in house but hes the only one infected
movie within last 5 years
Right at Your Door (2006)
IMDb synopsis: After his wife, Lexi (Mary McCormack), leaves home to work in Central LA, there is a terrorist attack involving chemical bombs. Afterward, musician husband Brad (Rory Cochrane) fails to find her and reluctantly seals himself inside the house. He will have to deal with this decision in the days to come.
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by Sychophantastic 17 months ago
The White House provided a list of 78 terror attacks that it said the media had underreported or not reported. President Trump has told us that the media, for its own reasons, is not reporting these attacks. Some of those attacks include:truck attacks in Nice, FranceParis, France (where apparently...
by Eric Dierker 22 months ago
OK, two attacks, to my understanding hurt but not horribly mangled. Two attacks, no fatalities. GoodSomebody is saving lives. I am thinking this is really a show of efficiency and progress against the horrible hate. What do you think?
by LeonJane 8 years ago
Is the world a better place since 9/11 the September 11 terrorist attacks, on the 8th anniversary?
by Jack Lee 17 months ago
How many terrorist attacks were perpetrated since Sep. 2014 on the world?Just curious if the public is aware of these minor and major attacks...
by Mathivathani Sakthivel 5 years ago
Death toll in Syrian blasts has reached 87. Will terrorist attacks in the middle east ever stop?
by Castlepaloma 11 months ago
I was told by a few gun fans that hammers kill more people than guns. Personally I could not beat a man into a hamburger. Or Hamburger hill would be grossly rewritten. If someone challenge you to death duel, would your choice weapon be a hammer or a gun? I rest my case. Trump speeches is Mr....
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