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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Pulling all my punches would still brutalize this film to no end. The mere breath of common sense causes this film to topple, whimper, and crumble to dust.
This film lacks nearly every quality a decent movie requires. Scene transition, dialogue, music, chemistry, convincing actors and characters, a budget.
This movie cost a mere $100k to make, which would be fine, I love independents and low budget films - if they have any redeeming qualities, but The Vault does not.
Attack of the Killer Tomatoes had more convincing character development and dialogue, and I do mean the tomatoes. I just hope the filmmakers can come up with a better script because this formulaic an d amateur film lacked in so many areas. I truly felt my IQ lowering the longer I watched it.
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