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
There were 14 white dresses. Each one was in various stages of dirtiness and decay. See more »
Angela would not be knocked out from the stun gun. Stun guns do not cause unconsciousness. However, pain, shock and fear can result within loss of consciousness and when combined with the effects of such a device may certainly result within a physical shutdown as demonstrated by Angela. See more »
P2. Let's pray there is never a P3 or even a P1-The Prequel.
Ambitious, overworked young woman becomes the obsession of a crazed security guard who manages to orchestrate holding her hostage in the parking garage of the building she works... on Christmas Eve, no less.
The whole cat and mouse-mouse gets bloody-mouse turns tables on cat premise has been played and overplayed, and now it is just plain being abused. The stalking scenes are boring. The psycho (Wes Bentley) is an obnoxious twit, rarely scary, always annoying. Rachel Nichols does a fair job here as the victim, but ironically falls "victim" to Hollywood's whoring her out in a white slip boasting her cleavage to maintain the attention of feeble minds and teen mallrats.
Miss this and I assure you, you won't miss a thing.
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