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The shopping cart. Four wheels, one basket, and tonight, for the closing crew of a small-town grocery store, a blood-splattered aluminum nightmare.

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James Feeney

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James Feeney
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Cast

Credited cast:
Christine Rodriguez ... Cass
Ray Bouchard ... Hale
Ella Schaefer ... Bailey (as Elly Schaefer)
Britt Michael Gordon Britt Michael Gordon ... Ryan
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Robert P. Evans Robert P. Evans ... Final Victim
Andrew Fairbank ... Customer
Tallulah King ... Young girl
Parker McCabe Parker McCabe ... Final Victim
Kenneth Taite Kenneth Taite ... Final Victim (as Kenneth E. Taite)
Corey Womack Corey Womack ... Final Victim
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Waiting for the last customer to leave, the crew of a local supermarket can't wait to call it a day. Today, it is young Cass' first day as a store manager and she wants everything to be in order, nevertheless, things will take a turn for the worse as a slight intercom problem together with a sudden power outage will lead to a much more serious trouble. Without a doubt, there's a killer among them and he wants blood. But where is he hiding? Written by Nick Riganas

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 January 2015 (USA) See more »

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1.85 : 1
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It never takes itself too seriously and really delivers on the laughs!
8 December 2015 | by MartinHaferSee all my reviews

This horror film might just have been the funniest film at the festival and it worked because the premise is so thoroughly absurd! When the film begins, a young lady is working her first night as the manager of a grocery store. However, this would be no ordinary night and soon co- workers start dropping like flies as an angry shopping cart begins killing them off, one by one!! Can they possibly stop this angry cart and save themselves? And why would a cart do such things in the first place?! As I said, the film is totally absurd but it works so well because James Feeney managed to make a shopping cart look evil...with snapping jaws and a thirst for blood! He also did some imaginative and tricky camera shots which he described during a question and answer session following the film. The bottom line is that the audience howled with laughter and I've rarely seen a crowd this excited and this happy when the final credits rolled!


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