Serious taphephobes will probably want to sit this one out, but thrill-seekers who don't suffer from a morbid fear of being buried alive might want take a look. On a bright Manhattan afternoon, wealthy Frances Hannon (Laila Robins) is kidnapped, driven to a remote
location and buried alive in a oblong wooden box with a flashlight and just enough oxygen to last 24 hours. If she doesn't panic. Her kidnapper, Harry (Adrien Brody), sends her millionaire husband Clarke (James Naughton) a videotape detailing his wife's predicament and demands $1 million in
exchange for her location. Clarke goes straight to the police, and Captain Terry Kinney (Tim Kirkman) calls in ace D...