A murderous psychopath traps three co-workers in an ATM vestibule, and torments them over the course of one terrifying night in this thriller from Buried screenwriter Chris Sparling and emerging director David Brooks. As night falls and their office Christmas party winds to a close, David and Emily are on the cusp of forging a real love connection when their fellow employee Corey requests a ride to an ATM for some quick cash. Just as the group prepares to get back in David's car, however, a menacing hooded figure emerges from the darkness. In addition to brutally murdering anyone who dares approach the ATM, the shadowy killer makes it frighteningly clear that any attempt to escape will end in bloody agony. As the mercury drops and the situation turns desperate, David, Emily, and Corey reluctantly prepare to play their attacker's sadistic game of life and death.~Jason Buchanan
Ignore the previous review. Respectable, straightforward horror film. The killer is not exactly original but the movie is as good as you should expect. No masterpiece but it you're a fan of horror you should enjoy the movie for it's dark atmosphere and slasher movie core. I would say it's Frozen with an axe-murderer.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 1 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Two guys and a girl trapped inside an atm machine.
Anyone who watches this is going to feel like they were cheated because the ending offers no explanation, and what little hints are given point to complete implausibility. Much of the film is dull as well, and the characters make such idiotic choices that it is very hard to even sympathize with any of them. Suggestion: don't waste your time. Choose from any other films out there, or better yet - spend an hour and 20 minutes at an atm machine of your choice - would be time better served.