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Three office workers find themselves trapped by a sadistic psychopath in this horror from director David Brooks. Offering a ride home to his co-worker and love interest, Emily (Alice Eve), after their late night Christmas party, David (Brian Geraghty) feels obliged to help out when another employee, Corey (Josh Peck), asks for a lift to the nearest cash dispenser. But after entering the stand-alone unit, the three soon realise that they are being watched by a threatening hooded figure lurking in the car park. Trapped inside the booth, with their phones left in the car and panic setting in, they are horrified when the figure savagely murders a passing dog walker, setting in motion a terrifying game of cat and mouse.
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A must-stream for psychological thriller fans.
That sort of thing normally happens once or twice in your average horror film. Not in the case of ATM though. You will find yourself screaming at the TV screen near constantly for about forty minutes of the film.
ATM is about three friends who use an ATM (or `cash machine' as I always called them) in the middle of the night. They go inside to withdraw some dollars, only to find there's a psychotic killer (who looks a bit like Kenny from South Park in my opinion) waiting outside for them. And that's why he does - waits. He stands across the parking lot staring at them. They could just run away. They don't. It's also worth noting that these are the only three people in 2011 who don't have a single mobile phone between them. The killer then kills a passer by. While he's doing that, they could just run away. They don't. The killer then ransacks their car (which is parked right across the car park). They could just run away. They don't. The killer then wanders round the back of the ATM building they're in to hammer it a bit (why?). During that time he's banging on the back, they could just open then front door and run off without him seeing. They don't. And so it goes on.
These are truly the stupidest three people in the world. I watched it to the end, just to see if it got any better. It didn't really. And that was a shame as, believe it or not, the characters were actually quite well-written and funny. Plus the production values were quite high, putting it above many other modern horrors.
If you're expecting something clever and different like Phone Booth then you won't find it here.
It's badly acted for one. Two it's poorly scripted and three if you manage to survive the boredom it's created you couldn't care less. What makes it worse is that there's no explanation which makes it more annoying than annoying previously was. Definitely do not waste cash or minutes of your life watching this drivel. You'll regret it...
THIS HAS BEEN A PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT FOR THE REVIEW OF THE TOSH CALLED "ATM"...
Outside the ATM, is a man assuming the "Jason pose." He brutally murders another man in the parking lot. The trio is afraid to venture out and I am thinking...did they just remake an ATM version of "Frozen"?
For some undisclosed reason the killer doesn't try to enter the ATM. You will find out more, or less at the ending.
If you liked "Frozen" or "Altitude" (and I didn't) you might try ATM.
1 f-bomb, no sex or nudity.
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