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ATM -- After leaving their company Christmas Party together, David Hargrove and Emily Brandt's impromptu first date takes an unexpected turn when their coworker, Corey, asks them to make a late-night stop at an ATM.
ATM -- Three coworkers end up in a desperate fight for their lives when they become trapped by an unknown man.


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Release Date:
17 February 2012 (Italy) See more »
No warning. No control. No escape. See more »
On a late night visit to an ATM, three co-workers end up in a desperate fight for their lives when they become trapped by an unknown man. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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The movie seems like a half-thought-out idea. See more (168 total) »


  (in credits order)

Brian Geraghty ... David Hargrove

Alice Eve ... Emily Brandt

Josh Peck ... Corey Thompson
Mike O'Brian ... The Man
Robert Huculak ... Robert
Ernesto Griffith ... Security Guard

Bryan Terrell Clark ... Jerry (as Bryan Clark)
Daniel De Jaeger ... Luke

Omar Alex Khan ... Christian (as Omar Khan)

Aaron Hughes ... Patrolman

Will Woytowich ... Sargent
Glen Thompson ... Harold
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Edgar Governo ... Bystander in Parka (uncredited)

Directed by
David Brooks 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Chris Sparling  screenplay

Produced by
Paul Brooks .... producer
Leon Clarance .... executive producer
Dan Clifton .... executive producer
Phyllis Laing .... co-producer
Joe Laurin .... supervising producer
Jeff Levine .... co-producer
Sarah Pineau .... executive producer
Peter Safran .... producer
Original Music by
David Buckley 
Cinematography by
Bengt Jonsson 
Film Editing by
David Brooks 
Production Design by
Craig Sandells 
Set Decoration by
Bill MacInnis 
Costume Design by
Patricia J. Henderson 
Makeup Department
Jennifer Machnee .... assistant makeup department head
Doug Morrow .... makeup department head
Production Management
Lesley Oswald .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Charles Crossin .... second assistant director (as Charles Sanford Crossin)
Reed Makayev .... trainee assistant director
Richard O'Brien-Moran .... first assistant director
Art Department
Gary Barringer .... graphic artist
Chad Giesbrecht .... lead set dresser
Matthew Holm .... set dresser
Jonathan Kennedy .... carpenter
Allan McGowan .... set dresser
Erik Sedwick .... storyboard artist
Sound Department
Kevin Belen .... sound re-recording mixer
Jay Cheetham .... backgrounds editor
James Fonnyadt .... sound designer
Kirby Jinnah .... supervising sound editor
Leon Johnson .... production sound mixer
Javier Marin Leyton .... foley recording engineer
Stan Mak .... boom operator
Glen Noseworthy .... foley mixer
Glen Noseworthy .... foley recordist
Ryan Nowak .... sound effects editor
Iain Pattison .... sound re-recording mixer
Cam Wagner .... foley artist
Special Effects by
Mark Burym .... special effects supervisor
Louis Craig .... special effects coordinator
Tim Freestone .... special effects technician
Visual Effects by
Russell Bowers .... digital compositor
Perry Kroll .... visual effects supervisor
Matthew Lincoln .... digital compositor
Mark Behar .... stunt performer
Tristan Carlucci .... lead stunt double
Chuck Robinson .... stunt driver
Kristen Sawatzky .... stunt double: Emily
Dan Skene .... stunt performer
Rick Skene .... stunt performer
Sean Skene .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
James Chrysler .... lamp operator
Anthony Condello .... lamp operator
Brad Crawford .... lamp operator
Richard Falk .... lamp operator
Allen Fraser .... still photographer
Terence Fuller .... dolly grip
Caley Gibson .... second assistant camera
Wes Grycki .... daily grip
Casey Harrison .... first assistant camera
Ryan Herdman .... best boy electric
Joao Holowka .... gaffer
Marvin Klein .... genny op
Ryan McGregor .... digital imaging technician
William Mills .... key grip (as Bill Mills)
Christophe Nachtigall .... best boy grip
Len Peterson .... camera operator
Tai Pu .... electrician
Rebecca Sandulak .... still photographer
Daniel Sauvé .... a-camera/steadicam operator
Animation Department
Gary Barringer .... animator
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Michelle Boulet .... set costumer
Katelynd Johnston .... assistant costume designer
Angela Wells .... costume truck supervisor
Editorial Department
James Brill .... digital intermediate editor
Lee Hultman .... digital intermediate operator
Leandro Marini .... digital intermediate producer
Trevor Smith .... digital intermediate production assistant
Rain Valdez .... digital intermediate producer
Andrew J. Wahlquist .... digital intermediate technical supervisor
Music Department
Terri D'Ambrosio .... music supervisor
Scott Johnson .... music editor
Transportation Department
Jared Billings .... daily driver
Donny Kaldane .... daily driver
Jason Leverault .... daily driver
Raymond Michaud .... daily driver
Dave Perich .... daily driver
Gregory Sullivan .... daily driver
Other crew
Cameron Arguelles .... quality control
Neal Baksh .... assistant location manager
Denys Curle .... chef
Erika Draho .... assistant animal trainer
Jordan Fines .... head animal trainer
Laura Forrest .... travel services provided by
Rochelle Hykawy .... production assistant
Tamara Mauthe .... production coordinator
Tanya Mazur .... script supervisor
Celene Miles .... first assistant accountant
Cody Morgan .... location production assistant
Bernard Narvey .... location manager
Eduardo Ricketts Jr. .... location scout
Andrew Schulz .... locations key
Krystle Snow .... stand-in
Karen Stermscheg .... office production assistant
Helen Tolouey .... assistant: Mr. Scott Niemeyer
Kevin Uddenberg .... film liaison: City of Winnipeg
Michelle Walker .... key craft service
Matt Webber .... stand-in
Guy Danella .... special thanks
Sebastien Nasse .... special thanks

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Rated R for violence and terror
90 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Dolby Digital | Dolby SR | SDDS | DTS (as Datasat Digital Sound)
Filming Locations:

Did You Know?

An ATM vestibule was built for this film.See more »
Continuity: The killer moves the car right up against the ATM's door to stop the people getting out, but later when seeing the CCTV views from inside of the ATM there is no car visible.See more »
Corey Thompson:Go talk to her.
David Hargrove:I can't.
Corey Thompson:Why can't you?
David Hargrove:Because I left my balls at home.
Corey Thompson:No, not again.
David Hargrove:Yep. Left 'em right there on the dresser.
Corey Thompson:Right next to your nightgown?
David Hargrove:Yeah, right next to it. In fact, it's probably covering them, keeping them warm.
Corey Thompson:That's good, like a, like a male penguin.
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Movie Connections:
References Gremlins (1984)See more »
Oh, It's ChristmasSee more »


Why did they park so far when the parking lot was empty?
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20 out of 28 people found the following review useful.
The movie seems like a half-thought-out idea., 4 April 2012
Author: Boba_Fett1138 from Groningen, The Netherlands

In all honesty, I can really see why the film-makers thought that this movie would be a good idea and something that could work out well. You can really tell that this movie had some good ideas in it but things aren't really thought out well enough and the movie is incredibly flawed, mostly due to its story.

These sort of thrillers/horror movies set mostly at one location, are somewhat popular now days and this movie obviously tried to have a go at it as well and ride on the success of the genre. Nothing wrong with that, as long as the movie is good, which obviously isn't the case with this movie.

Problem is that its concept is ridiculously flawed and not thought out properly. The movie doesn't exactly feature, what you could consider, a tight plot. It's build around the concept of 3 people being stuck inside an ATM because outside there is an hooded maniac, looking to kill them, as soon as they get out. Now, this is something that could had worked if things got written a bit more tight and complicated. But this is all there is to the movie really; 3 people being stuck inside a small building, with 1 guy lurking around outside. It's really silly, once you really start thinking about it. First of all, it's 3 versus 1 and it's not like the guy has some sort of superpowers, or is armed to the teeth. I'm not saying that they should had taken on the guy but surely they could had ran out quite easily, the moment the guy was at the back, trying to break into the ATM. The movie is filled with moments like this, that just are plain stupid. It just far too often doesn't make sense and because of that, there also really is no true tension in this movie.

The movie still thinks it's being really clever at times, mostly toward its end, when the 'twist' comes but let me just tell you, the ending simply makes no sense at all and doesn't explain anything. It only makes things look more flawed and ridicules and besides forced. Why do these sort of movies often feel the need to have a 'surprise' ending in it? Sometimes a movie is simply better off when it's being more straight-forward and not by trying to be clever and surprise its audience.

This was an obvious low budget production, which becomes apparent through its looks but also really its acting. No, I definitely wasn't impressed by any of the acting in this movie, which was perhaps another reason why I just wasn't taken at all by it.

But it still wasn't a movie I hated watching. I guess it's too short and harmless for that. Maybe the more casual movie goer can still get some enjoyment and entertainment out of this movie, as long as they don't spend too much time thinking about its plot. But even those people have to admit at the end that this is a far from great or effective enough movie.

Really can't recommended it.


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