Storage 24 2012

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London is in chaos. A military cargo plane has crashed leaving its highly classified contents strewn across the city.

Starring:
Noel Clarke, Colin O'Conoghue
Runtime:
1 hour 26 minutes

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Storage 24

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Genres Science Fiction, Horror
Director Johannes Roberts
Starring Noel Clarke, Colin O'Conoghue
Supporting actors Antonia Campbell-Hughes, Laura Haddock, Jamie Thomas King, Ned Dennehy, Geoff Bell, Alex Price, Ruth Gemmell, Davie Fairbanks
Studio Universal Pictures
BBFC rating Suitable for 15 years and over
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Andrew Buckley on 7 July 2014
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I rather liked this movie. It wasn't overly long (good use of tight editing). Although it is described as sci-fi / horror I don't think it fits in either catagory very well as there is some suspense, the odd bit of comedy and a bit of human drama.

5 Stars because I will probably watch it again fairly soon (while it is still on prime)
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Despite the poor reviews I decided to watch this and was pleasantly surprised. With none of the major special effects of Hollywood sci fi/horror films, it still manages to pack in moments of suspense, and kept me watching. The characters are believable with problems and weaknesses which contribute well to the storyline. It may have gone on a little longer than it needed to, but overall an enjoyable film.
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Despite bad reviews (too harsh for me) given to this film, I still give it a 4 stars. It is true that it's not really a horror movie if you like this kind of film, or a sci-fi, that it doesn't have the big special effects of an american blockbuster, and the script/acting may not always be perfect. However, I found it still good and well thought, and I will enjoy watch it again later.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Caragiale on 8 July 2014
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American viewers/big budget sci fans will not like this. But if you like well acted intelligent sci-fi with a nice little twist at the end - this is for you.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By The Movie Guy TOP 500 REVIEWER on 22 April 2013
Format: DVD
Charley (Noel Clarke) is being dumped by his gf Shelly (Antonia Campbell-Hughes) who has been secretly seeing his best friend Mark (Colin O'Donoghue). She is at the storage warehouse sorting out belongings along with friends Nikki (Laura Haddock) and Chris (Jamie Thomas King). To make the day worse for the emotional Charlie, a military cargo plane has crashed in London causing a power surge which has locked the place down. And oh yes, there is a 9 foot killer alien-predator on the loose in the same warehouse.

This is a light weight predator/alien film. You do get to see the creature from about midpoint and the effects aren't bad. The group has to not only cope with fighting the alien, but must deal with hurt feelings as well as other people who pop into the script. Fairly decent sci-fi horror for those who have been going through withdraws since "Prometheus".

Parental Guide: f-bomb. No real sex. Brief magazine nudity in beginning.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By T Homyard on 28 April 2013
Format: DVD
This film was ok....but I found myself flicking through the internet whilst watching it as it wasn't exciting enough to hold my attention. The alien was pretty good and the fact that the gory special effects were pretty impressive made me give it a 3 rather than a 2. It's one of those films that you watch once and that's enough. I've seen much better, I've seen much worse
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9 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A. M. C. 2014 on 25 Oct 2012
Format: Blu-ray
I walked into the movie hall thinking that the monsters were going invade Noel's hood. Then Noel and his homeboys were gonna bust a cap up the monster's bottom. At the end of the movie they were going to fire off all their nickel plated automatics in the air shouting we are the Crew!

Then I thought as it was a Johanne Roberts movie it is going to be endearingly awful like the wonderful forest of the damned (wonderful but terrible).

Nothing could have prepared me from the fact that this is a great movie. You have to keep in mind that the title of the movie has the word storage in it. So the movie is going to be in one of those storage fortresses. Basically the characters find themselves trapped in a storage facility with an force of evil. Take away the storage facility and put a spaceship in and you have Alien. The evil entity picks them off one by one. Who will be next? Added to the fact that there is an argument and a love triangle between the characters. This is the basis for getting the group together in the same place.

The plot gives Clarke a chance to show that he is not a one dimensional actor like Danny Dyer and can play more than just gangsters. I felt the movie was tense SF horror thriller. There is a lot of humour in the plot and times when you just laugh out loud. Watch it and support great British film making.
I will update this next week when Amazon send me the blu ray.
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Sam Tyler on 8 Oct 2012
Format: Blu-ray
The horror of British Horror, it did not use to be the case, but the words Made in Britain are no longer a sign of quality for a genre picture. We just don't have the budget, and it appears talent, to make them anymore. Thankfully, filmic everyman Noel Clarke has put his skills to the much maligned genre and created a horror flick, `Storage 24' filmed and set in London that is not only solid, but actually pretty good.

Clarke wrote and stars in the film, not as a superhero, but as Charlie, some bloke who has just been dumped and needs to pop over to an out of town storage facility to pick up his stuff. The first act of the film introduces the characters, including Charlie, his ex and her friend. After a mysterious explosion they are trapped inside the vast warehouse with a beasty of unknown origin. `24' is not a film that aims to reinvent the horror genre, but riffs off classic style moments and traditional scares. There are plenty of set pieces that heighten the tension as the lights go out and a creepy crawly comes out to play.

The film works for a number of reasons; the cast are all solid, none of them too annoying or domineering. The direction is good with Johannes Roberts providing the right levels of tension by providing glimpses of the unseen until later in the film. Clarke's script is also good with a nice balance between tension and story; he develops the characters enough that you actually care somewhat about them. Perhaps the most impressive feat for a low budget production such as this is that when something is revealed it looks impressive. The CGI is not over used and it is softened by giving the effects an almost stop motion appeal that yields a physicality many modern horror monster movies lack.
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