‘ATM’ Thriller Movie Trailer Will Make You Think Twice About Withdrawals

The movie trailer for a new thriller called ‘ATM‘ hitting theatres this year has just been released and surprisingly, it looks quite scary. There’s no paranormal activity or demonic possession that takes place in this film; just a scary psychopath killer who’s on a mission to kill. On a late night visit to an ATM, three co-workers (played by Alice Eve, Josh Peck and Brian Geraghty) end up in a desperate fight for their lives when they become trapped by an unknown man. The hooded man looks like the killer from “I Know What You Did Last Summer,” and I sort of get the same vibe in terms of the feel of the movie.

ATM, which was shot in Winnipeg, will actually be good at scaring your pants off, or it will be really awful. The idea of these kids being trapped in an ATM booth may seem a little bit ridiculous, but at the same time it’s super scary because it isn’t completely far fetched. I learn a lot from scary movies: Don’t play with a ouija board by yourself (if at all). Don’t live in cabin in the middle of nowhere. And now, don’t use ATMs in the middle of nowhere in the middle of the night. Find out why below.

  • EvChemical

    this reminds me of Frozen, but less memorable. If that is any indication, the movie will be awful.

  • Maybe the movie will clear this up, but while the plot line is interesting, what keeps them from just walking out past the guy in the first place? Furthermore what would cause him to just randomly go kill a guy in front of them? Other then that, it seems like a good one to watch.

  • Andrew

    I agree with Ev. Just another one of ‘those’ thrillers – Take a handful of people and trap them in one spot throughout the entire movie… similar to Devil and Frozen. I now see it’s a trend and it’s an awful one they need to get out of sooner than later.

    If you have seen Frozen, and with the help of this trailer, you can pretty much outline the entire film.

  • EvChemical

    ^ Exactly, I remember hearing amazing things from critics about both Devil and Frozen. and while I haven’t seen Devil, I’m imagining it’s like this, where it has a ‘different’ concept, but would have been more effective as a short film.

    An example of a great short film that would have sucked as a feature-length film is Trunk. it stars the guy from Haunting in Connecticut, and the oldest brother in Home Improvement. But they had the good concept, and kept the thrill of it by not dragging it out.