When two estranged sisters have no choice but to rob a bank in order to save their brother, the heist appears to be going smoothly until a bank manager, played by James Franco, sends the band of misfits down to a vault in the basement for the "real money." However, once making their way into the safe, the criminal collective quickly learns there is no cash to be found, as they are now not alone and being chased by something that is pure evil.

Courtesy of director Dan Bush (The Signal), The Vault pits Franco alongside Taryn Manning, Francesca Eastwood and Scott Haze in a tale of all-out horror that is set to arrive in theaters and on demand September 1.

For your first look at The Signal, press play above.

Following, see below to watch Franco star in the first trailer for HBO's new porn drama, The Deuce.

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