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THE VAULT (2017): Movie Trailer: James Franco Leads A Bank Heist That Releases An Unspeakable Evil

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The Vault Trailer

The first movie trailer for The Vault (2017) from Content Media.

2017 hasn’t been a good year for horror films. No, it hasn’t been a bad year, but the sparse selections we’ve been offered this year haven’t done much for the genre. Annabelle: Creation was a dud, The Mummy was a bomb, and Alien: Covenant, while great in its own way, was more cerebral than scary. However, this may very well change if the first trailer for The Vault, a surprising combination of the horror and heist genres from The Signal‘s Dan Bush, is any indication.

Featuring James Franco as the presumed leader of the crooks, the trailer starts normally enough – well, as normally enough as the conventions of a heist film permit. Capturing the feel of the characters’ as they scope out their target, the first half of the promo depicts the activity within the bank shortly before they bust out their guns. As they make their way through the building, they discover a mysterious vault deep in the building’s basement, which they promptly open. Sure enough, they release a masked figure who threatens not only their operation but their lives as well.

Dan Bush‘s The Vault (2017) also stars Taryn ManningFrancesca Eastwood, Scott Haze, Q’orianka Kilcher, Jeff Gum, Clifton Collins Jr.Keith Loneker, Jill Jane Clements, Michael Milford, Debbie Sherman, Lee Broda, Aleksander Vayshelboym, Anthony DiRocco, and Dmitry Paniotto.

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Reggie Peralta

An aspiring writer, longtime film junkie, and former disc jockey (where I graduated with a BA in Political Science), I've made the jump from penning book reviews and current events editorials for to writing movie and TV news and reviews.

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