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Infiltrators (2014)

An 'urban explorer' is blackmailed into infiltrating a derelict building on the eve of its demolition in the hope he can recover a forgotten treasure.

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Michael Stokes

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Michael Stokes
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Glenn Bradley ... Father William Reese
Stephanie Rhodes ... Naomi Kane
Scott Challgren Scott Challgren ... Little Tony
Tom Costello Jr. ... Dallas Demolition Foreman
Ashley Seal ... Club Girl 1
Blaire Foltz Blaire Foltz ... Club Girl 2
Jonny Cruz ... Jimmy Romero
Hallee Hirsh ... Micki Thorne
Rocco Nugent ... Eddie Inchley
Nathalie Kelley ... Virgina 'Gin' Cross
Steve Railsback ... Sebastian Koenig
Everett Sifuentes Everett Sifuentes ... Grandpa Romero
Lissa Danshaw ... Kiira
Shahin Saber Shahin Saber ... Sean
John Cann ... Mr. Osmund
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An 'urban explorer' is blackmailed into infiltrating a derelict building on the eve of its demolition in the hope he can recover a forgotten treasure.

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Excellent Action Movie!
13 October 2014 | by gonion4230See all my reviews

I watched this movie on VOD and then went out and rented it on DVD at Family Video and watched it again. It was even better the second time because I knew the twists and could see how they were set up. Incredible. The plot is very intriguing (and might be true). Two very cute urban explorers are blackmailed by Steve Railsback (as creepy as he was in the Manson movie, but in a different way). They have to break into a skyscraper that is about to be blown up. Railsback's character sends along his gorgeous security person to tail them (Nathalie Kelley from Fast & Furious), so to start we get to watch 3 actors that are, shall we say, easy on the eyes. Of course, the relic they are hunting for is historically important so there are others trying to get it as well. Everyone ends up in this dilapidated skyscraper that really blows up at the end! That big explosion scene alone is worth the price of the movie (the DVD behind- the-scene extras were great in showing how this really happened). Who survives? Who gets out? There's a lot of back-stabbing and twists & turns, with good (realistic) action scenes. Every character is well-drawn, complete with back stories that make sense and play into how they act. I really believed them. This movie is similar to National Treasure and Raiders of the Lost Ark. Rent it or buy it and settle in for something that you will think about even after it is over.


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English

Release Date:

19 August 2014 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

9th Floor: Quest for the Ancient Relic See more »

Filming Locations:

Dallas, Texas, USA

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$1,000,000 (estimated)
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