As five underworld heavies settle in for an all night stay at an abandoned warehouse and former film studio, a series of bizarre and unsettling occurrences quickly lead them to believe they are not alone. It was supposed to be a simple night of babysitting a single hostage, but when a series of numbers began to appear on the walls things soon took a dark turn. Later, after the hostage escapes, the perplexed thugs not only learn that there is a rat in the ranks, but also discover the unsettling nature of the films that were shot in the warehouse. Now, as terror takes hold, the thieves are about to discover that they are being stalked from the shadows and that their odds of living to see daybreak are shrinking with each passing minute. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
I'm a huge fan of low budget indie horror movies, and have seen a lot of them. Too many to count. Most of them are so lame I wonder what they could have possibly said to the studio or investors to make them give them the go-ahead. This movie goes in my top ten list as one of the best I've seen in years. The acting was good, the direction was good, and the production value was good. I am definitely recommending this movie!!
The acting was great, the plot was great. Horror wise i didn't think it was very scary but kept me entertained and guessing and that' good enough for me.There was a guy who dropped the "F" bomb alot. He was pacoing funny along with that dude that looked like the rock. They chilled out relaxing at first and even that along kept me entertained. The green shirt guy was kindof a bully at times and was alittle trader. I kind wish the guy who dropped the Fbomb all the time didn't die but beggers can't be chooses.
Still minusing the terrible things i would give it a 5/5