Storage 24

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Storage 24

Johannes Roberts (2012)

83min
15 Certificate
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Our Score
Director Johannes Roberts's follow-up to his compelling 2010 horror thriller F is a perfectly crafted B-movie monster flick that scores high on fun, scares and gore. As a military plane crashes in central London, spilling its highly classified alien cargo, ex-lovers Noel Clarke (neatly cast against type) and Antonia Campbell-Hughes are acrimoniously dividing up their possessions in a nearby storage facility. Will they, their friends and the staff survive being trapped in the dark maze of corridors with the escaped predator? The film is tightly constructed, consistently gripping and gruesomely witty, right through to its blackly comic climax. Roberts knows exactly which retro sci-fi horrors to reference, and gets where he's going with a driving, crowd-pleasing momentum. He makes the most of a simple premise and single location setting, the cast are uniformly good, and the impressive creature delivers nastily effective splatter chaos.

Summary

A military cargo plane crashes over London, leaving its top-secret contents scattered over the city. Unaware of the disaster, a couple who have just split up go to a storage facility to divide up their possessions - but find themselves stalked by a dangerous alien creature that has escaped from the wreckage. Sci-fi horror, starring Noel Clarke and Antonia Campbell-Hughes.

Cast & Crew

Charlie Noel Clarke
Mark Colin O'Donoghue
Shelley Antonia Campbell-Hughes
Nikki Laura Haddock
Chris Jamie Thomas King
David Ned Dennehy
Bob Geoff Bell
Jake Alex Price
Sarah Ruth Gemmell
Greg Davie Fairbanks
Director Johannes Roberts
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Other Information

Language: English Colour Theatrical distributor: Universal Guidance: Violence,swearing Available on: Available on DVD and BluRay Released on: 29 Jun 2012

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