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Plot: Angela, a corporate climber, gets stuck working late on Christmas Eve and finds herself the target of an unhinged security guard. With no help in sight, the woman must overcome physical and psychological challenges to survive.
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A businesswoman (Rachel Nichols) is pursued by a psychopath (Wes Bentley) after being locked in a parking garage on Christmas Eve.
The film was directed by Franck Khalfoun, written and produced by Khalfoun, Alexandre Aja and Grégory Levasseur. The trio previously worked on “The Hills Have Eyes” (2006). Aja has said, “With a strong plot in the vein of High Tension, P2 gives us a chance to further explore the survival aspect of the terror movie.” This really is a tense, suspenseful film.
The film is almost disgustingly gory, especially with the office chair death. Horror fans will eat it up, even if it makes them squirm in their seats.
Although reviews were mixed or negative, one man surprisingly came to its defense. Roger Ebert liked the film, giving it 3 out of 4 stars, and stated in his review that “although the plot may seem like a formulaic slasher film, P2 is in fact a very well made, atmospheric thriller with gritty yet realistic characters.” Ebert is spot on, and coming from someone who is not generally kind to horror films, this praise is well-received.
A riveting thriller.
One may rightly wonder why this concept hasn’t been exploited more in movies, but it works here: workaholic Angela (Rachel Nichols) ends up the last employee in her building to leave on Christmas Eve, leaving her vulnerable to completely unhinged admirer Tom (Wes Bentley), the parking garage attendant, who puts her through an unbelievably horrible night of physical abuse and psychological torture. Unfortunately, he’s in his element, one she’s not familiar with, so the advantage seems to be all his, for a while, until things start going her way.
The predictable enough story ensures that Angela is not going to be able to find any true assistance from outside forces, so it’s up to her to save her own ass. We do get just a little bit of insight into these characters; we can see that Angela’s family is rather tired with her seeming to put work ahead of family, and we can also see that Tom’s a pretty damn lonely person. Not that it in any way excuses much of what he does, but there are points where one can *almost* feel some sympathy for him.
Director Franck Khalfoun, who wrote the screenplay with Alexandre Aja and Gregory Levasseur, keeps the movie racing along once it’s gotten into gear; this may be manipulative stuff, but the manipulation is done with skill; this is solid visceral entertainment that will get the audience’s blood lust pumped up before too long and itching for the inevitable conclusion. The setting is definitely an effective one as there is something inherently menacing and overwhelming about many a parking structure. Too much darkness for creeps to hide in, for one thing. There’s one great sequence where we know our antagonist is bound to show up at some point, yet the jump scare that results when he does actually succeeds. Moreover, as many times as Angela does get victimized, she’s struggling to survive the entire time, never giving up and constantly trying to think her way through situations.
This is compellingly grim, suspenseful, and atmospheric stuff that should provide an effective antidote for movie lovers tired of the more traditional, upbeat Christmas fare.
Eight out of 10.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 38 min (98 min)
Genre Crime, Horror, Thriller
Director Franck Khalfoun
Writer Alexandre Aja, Grégory Levasseur, Franck Khalfoun
Actors Rachel Nichols, Wes Bentley, Simon Reynolds
Country United States
Awards 1 nomination
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital, DTS
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Laboratory DeLuxe, Hollywood (CA), USA (prints)
Film Length 2,690 m (Portugal, 35 mm)
Negative Format 35 mm (Kodak)
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), Super 35 (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (anamorphic) (Fuji Eterna-CP 3513DI), D-Cinema