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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 »

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Dav Kaufman

Writer:

Dav Kaufman
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Cast overview:
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
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
Jared Kaufman Jared Kaufman ... Young Mike in Photo
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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!

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Horror | Thriller

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

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 October 2008 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA

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Crotalus Productions See more »
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Dolby Digital

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1.78 : 1
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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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References Jumanji (1995) See more »

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Betting Man
Written by Mick Sterling
Performed by Mick Sterling
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Lame and disappointing Reservoir Dogs ripoff
21 October 2008 | by MovieMaddisSee all my reviews

Had high hopes for this movie after reading a couple of positive reviews but have to say this was a big let down. The plot was an obvious ripoff of Reservoir Dogs without the good acting and great storyline. I mean really, guys meet up in a warehouse after a heist and have a conflict...surprise this didn't get hit with a lawsuit.

So the story is that five men find themselves in a warehouse after meeting up after a heist. From there the story drags you along as one by one they meet their demise and a couple of resident ghosts along the way. The story had promise but took every amateurish turn it possible could and in the end simply had no bite to it. It then proceeded to copy movies like 13 Ghosts and Silence of the Lambs(nightvision scene) to a laughable extreme. The acting was just awful, the soundtrack nonexistent, and the set was about a barren and uninteresting as an empty shed. I mean would it kill them to put a few set pieces to draw attention away from the meathead performances.

The one plus was that the ghosts were creepy until they also started to talk and act. I appreciate this was likely made with a group of hopeful friends and worked on a low budget, but so did the movies it ripped off. Nothing better than a student film here and you can't help but think it could have matured into a much scarier and likable film in the hands of a better director and better performances from the bland cast. These guys should really find another line of work.

Suggest staying away, this one is a stinker.

Cheers, Maddis


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