Dead Heist (2007) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
In a city not too far away, four petty thieves, working on a tip from an uncle in prison, decide to rob a small town banking depot. The job, which seems easy enough, could net them several million dollars and get them off of the street corners for good.
Hustle (E-40), an underground entrepreneur, agrees to bankroll the job under the condition that the four thieves bring along Jackson (D.J. Naylor), a former military vet/ex-con who works for Hustle, to make sure the job goes smoothly. Unbeknownst to Jackson, the thieves decide to abort the plan and rob the bank prematurely. As the new-found plan starts to unravel, the bank robbers take notice of highly, unusual behavior. Upon sunset, the small town becomes overrun by infected "people" that come out at night to feed, thus trapping the thieves inside the bank.
The survivors are joined by the mysterious Hunter (Big Daddy Kane), a man with a shady past who knows all about these creatures and how to kill them. Hunter helps the bank robbers make a stand, but uses them and their hostages as bait to draw the creatures into the bank for a final battle.
Synopsis:Four friends plan the perfect small town bank heist, but choose the wrong night. Their plans go horribly wrong when vampiric zombies attack the town and trap them in the bank. Can they escape with the money and their lives?
About Dead Heist (2007)
Starring: Traci Dinwiddie, Taylor Kowalski, General Fermon Judd Jr., Windy Wenderlich, Chris Bailey, Charlie Lucas, Joi Heggins, Jerrelle Anderson, Big Daddy Kane, Courtney Lenz, Brandon Xavier, Chantel Liddel, D.J. Naylor, Robert Johnson, Dominic L. Santana, Patti Briscoe, E-40, Mark Robinson, Michael Braxton, Micah 'Checka' Noble, Steve Bass, Bone Crusher, Michelle Mims, Zach Hanner, Mean Marc Ash, Jon Stafford, Michael L. Kuhn, Bill Ladd, Anthony Lawson, Cullen Moss
Runtime: 80 minutes
Director: Bo Webb