Six friends break into the tower block they lived in as kids, now deserted and condemned, to rig up a pirate radio station, and party.
When one of the group goes missing, her friends begin to search the dark interior of the tower and soon realise that they are not alone.
A resident psychopath lurks in the shadows and is hunting them down, taking them out, one-by-one....
What sounds like a good idea, is ruined by the awful script, and the equally awful dialect that the characters spout out every other minute.
There are so many troupes in this film, guy comes out of jail to do right, friends try and turn him back to the criminal ways he had, and the friend who is a bit mental, but really weak.
The cast are good, Deacon plays the same character he does in every other film, and it all ends up a bit Kidulthood meets I Know What You Did Last Summer.
It's intense in parts, the initial set up is great, but when the main protagonist is vexed because of pigeons, you know you cannot take this film seriously.
The action literally takes place on on corridor, and we are treated to scenes of the villain in his torture chamber, playing with his victims, another cliché in this type of genre.
deacon is the most vile character, hence he gets the most intense death scene.
The ending is too obvious, the boy who wants to change gets implied in the killings, and we are treated to a final scene with the killer...sequel time? This time, I very much doubt it.
It's okay, but nothing worth writing home about.