A couple buy a house out of a foreclosure. They find illegal drugs stashed in the walls, and they realise this is not their dream house.
As they are about to leave, their exit is blocked by a neighbour and his accomplice. They realise the house is hiding more than drugs - it's an operation centre buried beneath the floorboards.
On the run from the killers who want the drugs and evidence, the resourceful couple will need to turn the tables on their attackers to survive....
One of the rare occasions where Dolph plays a bad guy, this isn't your typical action movie, in fact, its more of a thriller than anything else.
If you've seen The Purge, then you've seen this, obviously with different story and narrative, but its basically the same, a vulnerable couple in a safe house with no where to go, and vicious stalkers trying anything to get what they want.
Its not original, but it looks great, and some of the camera work is worthy of a cinematic release.
The couple are nothing special, they are generic and are just there, they get injured, panic, and creep up behind the villains on several occasions to get weapons.
Lundgren is fine, he's in his Business man mode, wearing a suit and acting intelligent, and his annoying partner is just there to be angry, and to make things more urgent.
All in all, its nothing special, it passes the time, but it looks great..