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13 Hours in a Warehouse (2008)

As five underworld heavies settle in for an all night stay at an abandoned warehouse and former film studio, a series of bizarre and unsettling occurrences quickly lead them to believe they... See full summary »


Dav Kaufman


Dav Kaufman
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Paul Cram ... Craig Teller
Chars Bonin ... Randy Hancock
Carson Lee ... Steve Johnson
Cody Lyman Cody Lyman ... Paul White
Daniel Jay Salmen Daniel Jay Salmen ... Mike Hancock (as Danny Salmen)
Meisha Johnson ... Jennifer Wilkins (as Meisha P.J. Johnson)
Carly McMenoman Carly McMenoman ... Ghost #1
Rachel Grubb Rachel Grubb ... Ghost #2
Kathryn Vento Kathryn Vento ... Ghost #3
Kati Batchelder Kati Batchelder ... Gallery Owner
Nick Nick ... Self
Mark Wipple Mark Wipple ... Body Guard #1
Terry Jones Terry Jones ... Body Guard #2
Daniel Mayer Daniel Mayer ... Mr. Hancock
Bennett Bervig Bennett Bervig ... Young Randy in Photo


As five underworld heavies settle in for an all night stay at an abandoned warehouse and former film studio, a series of bizarre and unsettling occurrences quickly lead them to believe they are not alone. It was supposed to be a simple night of babysitting a single hostage, but when a series of numbers began to appear on the walls things soon took a dark turn. Later, after the hostage escapes, the perplexed thugs not only learn that there is a rat in the ranks, but also discover the unsettling nature of the films that were shot in the warehouse. Now, as terror takes hold, the thieves are about to discover that they are being stalked from the shadows and that their odds of living to see daybreak are shrinking with each passing minute. Written by Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide

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Their lives were snuffed out. . . now they're back for vengeance!


Horror | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence including some torture, language and brief sexuality | See all certifications »

Did You Know?


The 115-year-old building that the film was shot in has long thought to be haunted. In one of the scenes when actor Danny Salmen (Mike Hancock) is stalking actress Meisha Johnson (Jennifer Wilkins), a light-colored shadow appears through an open door of the room he's in, and then disappears as he leaves the scene. The filmmakers didn't notice this until they got into the editing studio. It, of course, was kept in the final cut of the film. See more »


The amount of Craig's sandwich that is eaten changes between shots after he comes out of the kitchen. See more »


[referring to Jennifer, who's fainted]
Paul White: What are we going to do with sleeping beauty here?
Mike Hancock: Gag her. Throw her in the back. I'll figure something out.
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References Top Chef (2006) See more »


Written by Daniel Mayer
Performed by Vested Serpent
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1 1/2 hours of torture watching 13 hours in a warehouse
6 March 2009 | by cuevasf71See all my reviews

Poster looked wicked sick. I always rent 3 movies on Tuesday. I snag 2 new releases then go for a B horror movie. Been doing that for a couple of years. I gotta around to watching 13 Hours yesterday. First few minutes started off good. You got criminals holed up in a warehouse that had a spooky past. Chill factor was right there. People get spooked when they visit places like abandoned mental hospitals for the insane or old mortuary places where dead people where.

Spooky past for this was a pretty cool idea. The warehouse used to be a kinky film studio where people got snuffed out. B movies always steal from bigger movies. 13 Hours mashed together Reservoir Dogs and 8MM.

13 Hours is a B horror movie that looks good with special effects. Not like a group of high school friends out with a video camera and flashlight trying to make a movie. Its gonna sound bad but it looks like a movie. Good as any Wes Craven or Rob Zombie movie. Where it slowly moved in to torture was how boring and bad the story came out. It was painful to watch. Cheap acting with even cheaper directing. Wes Craven or Rob Zombie would have made this a good movie. You could give whoever made this movie a million bucks and Wes Craven or Rob Zombie whatever they really spent. Guess who wins? My advice to the people who made 13 Hours is to give up. Stay away from 13 hours like a rotting corpse.

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Release Date:

28 October 2008 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

13 часов на складе See more »

Filming Locations:

Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA

Company Credits

Production Co:

Crotalus Productions See more »
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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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