Every day, millions of people descend into underground parking garages, get into their cars and drive to the safety of their homes. But tonight, five levels down in a deserted corporate parking structure, financial analyst Tom Weaver won't be going home. After finishing a late night business deal, Tom arrives at section E5 of the garage only to discover his car won't start. Worse yet, the elevators are shut down and every stairwell has been locked. Trapped in the bowels of the garage, Tom realizes he's not alone. Something else is down here. Watching. Waiting. A monstrous 6000 lb Truck whose driver sits hidden behind a veil of tinted glass. A lethal killer with only one agenda: Not letting Tom get out alive. Over the next six hours, a terrifying game of cat and mouse ensues, testing Tom's will to survive and rattling his sanity. He must outwit his pursuer while trying to figure out who wants him dead: Has his business partner Gavin turned on him and could his wife Molly part of the ...
Did You Know?
When Tom Weaver (Grayson McCrouch) is stood by his car checking papers in his briefcase, an older-looking red Valiant car drives slowly by, with the driver staring at him. The valiant & driver's costume strongly suggest it's David Mann (Dennis Weaver) the lead character from Steven Spielberg's 1971 film Duel, in which Mann is pursued by a mysterious big rig truck whose unseen driver is determined to murder him. The use of "Weaver" as Tom's surname in this movie is a similar homage to the original Spielberg concept. See more