Ahead of the September 1st limited theatrical and VOD release, FilmRise has just provided us with a new clip from The Signal director Dan Bush’s supernatural horror film The Vault, which is being described as “The Sixth Sense meets The Town.”
In the film…
“In order to save their brother Michael’s life, the Dillon sisters, Leah and Vee have organized a bank robbery, but when the upstairs vault doesn’t have enough money to cover Michael’s debt, on the advice of Assistant Bank Manager Ed Maas, they drill into the downstairs vault. But the bank’s basement hides a terrible secret and before long, the Dillons have to choose whether to face the police outside or the terrible supernatural forces in the vault below.”
The Vault boasts an impressive cast, including up-and-coming star Francesca Eastwood (M.F.A., Final Girl) with James Franco (Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Alien: Covenant), Taryn Manning, Scott Haze, Q’Orianka Kilcher and Clifton Collins Jr.
Opening In Theaters on September 1st:
In New York, NY at the City Cinemas Village East Cinema
In Los Angeles, CA at the Laemmle NoHo7
In Phoenix, AZ at the AMC Arizona Center 24
In San Francisco, CA at the 4-Star Theatre
In Bradenton, FL at the AMC Bradenton 20
In Atlanta, GA at the Plaza Theatre
In Schaumburg, IL at the AMC Streets of Woodfield 20
In Kansas City, MO at the Screenland Tapcade
In Cherry Hill, NJ at the AMC Cherry Hill 24
In Houston, TX at the AMC Studio 30
In Grapevine, TX at the AMC Grapevine Mills 30
Opening In Theaters on September 8th:
In Pittsburgh, PA at the Pittsburgh Filmmakers Harris Theater
Opening In Theaters on September 15th:
In Seattle, WA at the Grand Illusion Cinema
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