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Steel Trap (2007)

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Seven guests are invited to an after party on the abandoned floor of an office building, handpicked to play a series sadistic and deadly puzzles.


Luis Cámara





Complete credited cast:
Georgia Mackenzie ... Kathy
Mark Wilson Mark Wilson ... Wade
Pascal Langdale ... Robert
Julia Ballard Julia Ballard ... Nicole
Joanna Bobin ... Pamela
Annabelle Wallis ... Melanie
Adam Rayner ... Adam
Frank Maier Frank Maier ... Number One Fan
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Svantje Wascher Svantje Wascher ... Sarah


A who-is-it setting in the claustrophobic corridors of an abandoned and locked-off office building that has several guests invited to a party by their mysterious, unknown host. Only it is they who are the victims of their crimes. Suspense and mistrust are not the only stalker in this cat and mouse game of wits and fear. Who is the stalker? Why is he killing? And what is it exactly that everyone here has in common? Written by Cinema_Fan

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Only One Can Survive See more »


Horror | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence, language and some drug use | See all certifications »

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Did You Know?


A full size dummy of Joanna Bobin was made for the sequence in which her character Pamela gets spun around on a giant wheel. See more »


One of the "guests" at the second party on the 27st floor is Wade, the lead singer of the band at the main party upstairs. It is not believable that he would leave a paying gig with no incentive beyond a text message from an unknown sender. See more »


Kathy: Today we have a very special show for you. It's a full menu of recipes for revenge. We begin with a pig appetiser. Take one schoolyard bully. You know the one, he chased you into the alley behind the butcher's shop, and pushed you into a dumpster full of rotting meat. Let him ripen into a misogynistic jerk, stab quickly, and hang to bleed. Serve with a side of party-crasher entrails. Now we're on to the first course. A little something I like to call the Two Faces of Bitch. You remember that ...
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References Mission: Impossible (1966) See more »


Girls and Boys Come Out To Play
Performed by Gabrielle Galanter and Dirk K. van den Berg (as Dirk Van Den Berg)
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User Reviews

some stupid situations and reactions
9 May 2012 | by trashgangSee all my reviews

Ten years after his first short director Luis Camera made his first effort to make a full feature in the horror genre. It succeeded on part of the effects but storywise it wasn't what it should be.

When they see the first victim which is one of their friends they just never scream, they just look at the body hanging upside down without any fear. But when they see a bit further that their cell phones are blocked they do scream. So, stupid characters and a bit of wooden performances.

The director wanted to make a torture porn but in stead it turned out to be a slasher. But I didn't liked the way it was edited, there are a few jumps that you might think gore was left out even as I have seen the uncut version.

Sometimes you see for example an ax going into a head, other killings are off-camera and that's what downgrades this flick. Another thing that tears it down is for example one being stabbed by a knife but after a few moments he talks again like nothing is going on.

Due the gore added it is still watchable but it do has some stupid situations.

Gore 2/5 Nudity 0/5 Effects 3/5 Story 2/5 Comedy 0/5

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Release Date:

15 July 2008 (USA) See more »

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Steel Trap See more »

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1.85 : 1
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