Trapped in an isolated gas station by a voracious Splinter parasite that transforms its still living victims into deadly hosts, a young couple and an escaped convict must find a way to work together to survive this primal terror.
The script centers on a young woman with a long-term phobia of the bogeyman, who voluntarily checks herself into a mental health facility with the hope of conquering her overwhelming fears.... See full summary »
The story centers on a corporate climber who gets stuck working late on Christmas Eve and finds herself the target of an unhinged security guard. With no help in sight, the woman must overcome physical and psychological challenges to survive. Written by
The film was shot in two months, exclusive at night, at a real working Toronto parking garage. See more »
When Tom first enters the Car Rental shop looking for Angela, after a shot of his stun gun the camera goes to a shot of Tom as he walks across the lobby of the shop. You can very clearly see the shadowy reflection of a crew member in the window behind Tom moving around. See more »
This movie takes a long time to get going, and I frequently found
myself throwing in the flag. There are a lot of events which
happen that just don't make sense and don't ring true.
Initially Wes Bentley irritated me, but eventually I got to like him
and his character. He's pretty good at playing a dissociative
Once the story got going it was easy to forgive the obvious mistakes
and just have fun with it. The setting, a parking garage, is very cold
and unforgiving. It's all concrete. That aesthetic helps set a tone
that Thomas is going to be unforgiving. closed, and cold with people he
Angela (Rachel Nichols) doesn't suffer from stupid chick syndrome. She
makes a few smart moves, and that makes it easy to root for her and
empathize with her. You want her to kick butt, but Thomas is a pretty
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