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Elevator Amazon UsYou know that feeling you get when you are in an elevator with a bunch of people? The one that says, "It would suck if this car just stopped." Well imagine that happening, and one of the riders has an explosive.

Inception Media Group is set to release Elevator on DVD on August 21st.

From the press release:

In this Hitchcock-esque, white-knuckle thriller, nine strangers are stuck in an elevator on the 49th floor of an upscale Manhattan high-rise … and one of them has a ticking bomb! But who … and why?

The rising star TV news reporter … building security guard … or soon-to-retire millionaire CEO with his granddaughter?  The bond trader … struggling comedian … pregnant office worker and her successful boyfriend …or the elderly widow?

With no escape, each will do anything to survive. Desperation and panic grow as help fails to arrive and people slowly unmask - revealing racial tension, financial scandal, scorned lovers and revenge - with an unthinkable horror becoming the only solution!

Starring John Getz (
The Social Network, Zodiac), Joey Slotnick (Hollow Man, Blast From the Past, Twister, ABC's Alias), Anita Briem, (Journey to the Center of the Earth, Showtime's The Tudors), Tony-, Emmy- and Golden Globe-winner Shirley Knight (ABC's Desperate Housewives, Mall Cop, As Good as It Gets), Waleed Zuaiter (Sex and the City 2, The Men Who Stare at Goats), Devin Ratray (Home Alone  1 & 2, Surrogates), Tehmina Sunny (Children of Men) and Amanda and Rachel Pace (Showtime's Weeds, ABC's Private Practice).

Elevator is presented in widescreen with an aspect ratio of 2.35:1 and 5.1 digital sound.

These types of movies are hit or miss, mainly because of the limited location. When they work, though, they really work (as in 12 Angry Men).

Links: Inception Media Group



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