A teacher and four students visit an old high school that is set to be demolished. They discover the school was a place they use to hold slaves. They discover a basement with a mysterious vault that lies the ultimate evil.

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Cast

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Leopoldo Mandeville ...
Spangler (as Leopoldo Papi)
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Java Benson ...
Maurice Parker (as Antoine Java Benson)
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Bradbury
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Kyle
Ted Lyde ...
Mr. B.
Michael G. Maurer ...
Slave Master
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Desaray
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Willy
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Zachary, 'Zipper'
Parris Washington ...
Sahzuku
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A teacher and four students visit an old high school that is set to be demolished. They discover the school was a place they use to hold slaves. They discover a basement with a mysterious vault that lies the ultimate evil.

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Don't release what you can't put back.


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Rated R for horror violence/gore and language | See all certifications »
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13 December 2000 (USA)  »

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$73,000 (estimated)
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Was originally set to be filmed in 1989 by producer Charles Band's previous studio Empire Pictures. Jeff Burr was attached as a director. See more »

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Edited into Making of 'The Vault' (2000) See more »

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One interesting plot device doesn't make a decent movie yet.
11 July 2011 | by (the Doomed Megalopolis of Blasphemous Technoids) – See all my reviews

Complete rubbish. The kind of film where the director went like "I've got an idea for a movie...", and regardless it being an interesting idea or not, they just go ahead and make it with little to no money while giving the whole thing not much thought, ending up with a useless (very) low budget affair. It's lousy filmmaking at best. The plot throws a bunch of people (all blacks) in an abandoned building that's haunted by terrible acts from the past. Nothing worthwhile happens during the movie's 70 minutes running time. One kill was amusing (a guy gets half his head sliced off by a piece of window glass, bad SFX included). Everything else: plain boredom with painful acting. It's along the lines of 'Death Factory' (2002), if you've ever tried watching that one. I'd label 'The Vault' a supernatural slasher. To be filed under: not worth watching.


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