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13 Hours in a Warehouse -- After five guys pull off the perfect heist they end up in an abandoned warehouse waiting for their buyer to show up. But, it isn't the 13 hour wait that is upsetting; it's the strange numbers that keep appearing everywhere and the feeling like they are being watched. When they finally figure out that they are not alone, it's too late to get out alive.


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Release Date:
28 October 2008 (USA) See more »
Their lives were snuffed out. . . now they're back for vengeance!
As five underworld heavies settle in for an all night stay at an abandoned warehouse and former film studio... See more » | Add synopsis »
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This is the way an indie suspense film should be made!! See more (21 total) »


  (in credits order)

Paul Cram ... Craig Teller

Chars Bonin ... Randy Hancock

Carson Lee ... Steve Johnson
Cody Lyman ... Paul White
Daniel Jay Salmen ... Mike Hancock (as Danny Salmen)

Meisha Johnson ... Jennifer Wilkins (as Meisha P.J. Johnson)
Carly McMenoman ... Ghost #1

Rachel Grubb ... Ghost #2
Kathryn Vento ... Ghost #3
Kati Batchelder ... Gallery Owner
Mark Wipple ... Body Guard #1

Terry Jones ... Body Guard #2
Daniel Mayer ... Mr. Hancock
Bennett Bervig ... Young Randy in Photo
Jared Kaufman ... Young Mike in Photo

Directed by
Dav Kaufman 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Dav Kaufman  writer

Produced by
Kati Batchelder .... associate producer
Dav Kaufman .... producer
Ann Luster .... associate producer
Kathy McMenoman .... executive producer
Tom McMenoman .... executive producer
Jasmine Reid .... producer
Brandon M. Terrell .... associate producer (as Brandon Terrell)
Johan Wallin .... executive producer
Original Music by
Chris Guttormson 
Greg Hill 
Cinematography by
Adam Olson 
Film Editing by
Greg Hill 
Production Design by
Cheri Anderson 
Makeup Department
Crist Ballas .... makeup department head
Crist Ballas .... special makeup effects artist
Nate Courteau .... special makeup effects artist
Mary Farrell .... special makeup effects artist
Jennifer M. Kelly .... key hair stylist
Jennifer M. Kelly .... key makeup artist
Jennifer M. Kelly .... special makeup effects artist (as Jennifer Kelly)
Production Management
Kati Batchelder .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Sarah Storbakken .... second assistant director
Brandon M. Terrell .... first assistant director (as Brandon Terrell)
Art Department
Tracy Anderson .... art department assistant
Colleen Beach .... set dresser
Danny Dikel .... art department assistant
Jeff Hendrix .... set constructor
Tyler Jensen .... art department assistant
Lena Lopac .... art department assistant
John Mackin .... art department assistant
Matthew Reuland .... art department assistant
Matthew Reuland .... art department buyer
Sarah Storbakken .... art department assistant
Tonile Topeff .... art department assistant
Sound Department
Chris Guttormson .... sound designer
Nick Guttormson .... boom operator
Greg Hill .... sound designer
Greg Hill .... sound mixer
Greg Hill .... sound re-recording mixer
David Nichols .... boom operator
Tonile Topeff .... foley artist
Visual Effects by
Kyle Belko .... digital compositor
Ashley Besser .... digital compositor
Kyle Franke .... digital compositor
Michael J. Heagle .... visual effects supervisor (as Michael Heagle)
Danny Kimura .... ghost visual effects
Dean Rockne .... animator
Camera and Electrical Department
Martin Alexander .... grip
Jason Brown .... still photographer
Matt Carlson .... grip
Jean Dalsin .... grip
Nick C. Foster .... gaffer (as Nick Foster)
Jake Gardner .... Steadicam operator
Kristina Harris .... dolly grip
Ben Hippely .... grip
Martin Johnson .... grip
Stephen Kane .... grip
Silas Kindy .... grip
Shannon McCarville .... grip
Tom McGovern .... grip
Andrew Melby .... grip
Matt Muegge .... grip
Meredith Nunnikhoven .... Steadicam assistant
Mike Pedric .... grip
Zach Rasmussen .... grip
Matthew Sandvik .... videographer: behind-the-scenes footage
Thomas Schwingle .... first assistant camera (as T.J. Schwingle)
Brandon Skiem .... still photographer
Ryan Thompson .... grip
Brian Walstad .... first assistant camera
Alex Weston .... grip (as Alex West)
Darin Wiley .... grip
Editorial Department
Danny Kimura .... color correction (as Danny S. Kimura)
Music Department
Chris Guttormson .... composer: theme music
Greg Hill .... musical director
Other crew
Monique Burke .... production secretary
Joel Gillman .... production assistant
Lisa Grossman .... script supervisor
Dee Kriskovich .... craft service
Mariquita Lewis .... office assistant
Katherine Loudenslager .... production assistant
Amy Mattila .... on-set masseuse
Shannon McCarville .... script supervisor: day player
Josh Rice .... office assistant
Ben Thompson .... production assistant
Christopher K. Grap .... thanks

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  • Metamorphosis  make-up design and services (special make-up effects and prosthetics)

Additional Details

Rated R for violence including some torture, language and brief sexuality
92 min
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Continuity: The amount of Craig's sandwich that is eaten changes between shots after he comes out of the kitchen.See more »
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38 out of 50 people found the following review useful.
This is the way an indie suspense film should be made!!, 2 November 2008
Author: gromero15235 from United States

I watched this film last night, and I was quite impressed. It encompassed everything I would hope from a low-budget independent film, but always find myself disappointed time and again. This film gallantly strayed from the usual excessive blood and guts and T & A that some filmmakers use to make up for a nothing story line, and I applaud director Dav Kaufman for having the guts to break free from the routine and tired formula and present something not only suspenseful, but fresh and entertaining as well…especially on his debut film. That's a risk the majority of filmmakers are afraid to take, even seasoned ones, and it paid off rather well. I know from experience that this director has a career in front of him.

The relationships between the thieves I found both intriguing and believable. I can't help but to wonder how things would have turned out for them if the ghosts didn't intervene. The acting talents of the cast (who I assume on a low-budget film such as this were paid nothing) while certainly not Oscar worthy, but served their characters well. What was obvious was that they understood their characters enough to make us believe their motivations, their struggles, and their internal conflicts, or lack thereof as is the case with the older brother.

This film reminded me of the subtle Hitchcockian suspense films of the old days. It's not what you're shown that scares you, it's what you're led to believe might happen that does. But I also think that with today's more sophisticated and cynical audiences, this film may be placed in the "underappreciated" category.

I see some others have inaccurately compared this movie to the likes of Reservoir Dogs. Comparing the two is like comparing a Mercedes to a School Bus because they both have four tires and a windshield. By that rationale, every zombie movie is a rip-off of every other zombie movie, every vampire film, every football or baseball film, and so on.

If all you watch movies in this genre for is to be shocked by graphic and gory scenes which pose as a sacrifice for a good, solid story, and does nothing but insult your intelligence, then this is not the film for you. If you prefer a more sophisticated, keep-you-hooked suspense film with an intriguing story then I highly recommend this one! I look forward to more from this director.

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