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  • Directors: Michael Craft
  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Kaleidoscope Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 1 Mar. 2010
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002UTVNX2
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 50,225 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Edgy Australian horror-thriller set within an inner city storage facility. When 17 year-old Jimmy begins to work at a storage facility, it seems to have that nearly every customer has something to hide. But when he sees evidence being hidden inside a red drum, Jimmy soon finds that when you start down a dark road, it s impossible to turn back. A very atmospheric movie and setting that evokes the claustrophobic fear of The Descent and reminds of Freddy Krueger s famed Boiler Room in Nightmare on Elm Street.

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3.3 out of 5 stars

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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Benminx on 12 Sept. 2010
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This reminds me of the first time I saw Dead Calm. I was blown away by the exceptional entertainment, acting and direction. This is yet another example of astoundingly good Aussie cinema. Beginning with a sweet moment between 'Jimmy' (Matthew Scully) and his Dad, it swiftly moves into a traumatically violent mugging and Jimmy finds himself moving in with his uncle Leonard, a kindly 'good bloke' and ex-soldier who runs a storage facility where customers can leave all their junk or secrets locked away safely.
With pretty but rebellious colleague Zia his only distraction, it's not long before Jimmy's curiosity gets the better of him and he chances across a customer he's convinced is hiding evidence of a murder. But how can he get around the rules that prohibit him from looking in the storage unit? And how can he convince anyone, including his Uncle, that he's not imagining things?
Storage benefits from very likeable and natural performances that help enhance the credibility of everything in the screenplay, and main actor Matthew Scully looks like a likeable cross between 'Final Destination' star Devon Sawa, and James McAvoy. It's also filmed with a terrific flare for tension, and the Writer/Director Micahel Craft is an expert at unexpected sudden shocks, and even turning expected situations into really nerve-shredding tension. The film also had far more shocks and twists and surprises than I was expecting, and a huge amount of effort and care had clearly been lavished on the story and the screenplay to make it a brilliant and nerve-wringing thriller.
Far superior to what it's genre and low profile might suggest. Hugely worth your time. I can easily recommend this without a second of hesitation.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By dog will hunt on 9 Jan. 2011
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After his father is murdered, a boy goes to live & work with his uncle, who runs an underground storage facility. Together they decide to investigate one of the clients, who may or may not be storing evidence of a serious crime....
Had high expectations of this Aussie thriller, based on reading various other reviews, and, taken on face value, it is entertaining enough. However, its pedestrian direction never lifts it above the average; the eerie underground storage facility setting is never used to its full potential, & the film misses out on some great chances to generate chills.
O.K, but forgettable.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By DBT on 21 Jun. 2010
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Australia seem to be consistently getting it right with their recent forays into the thriller / horror genre. This is an intelligent film with well crafted acting and superb dialogue: the twists and turns of the plot draw you right in and any attempts to second guess the plot are thwarted. At the heart of the success of this film is the location: the underground storage unit facility, isolated and repetitive is the perfect foil for the tension generated and sustained throughout. Matthew Scully as 17yr old Jimmy handles a complex role skilfully and convincingly throughout. A great film which does not rely on explicit gore for thrills as much of the horror/thriller genre seems to these days, but unstead offers something significantly more substantial and satisfying. Highly recommended for fans of what I term 'social horror' - horror set in the world we live in where the thing we have to fear most is our neighbour. Brilliant.
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Storage (2009) is an Australian suspense thriller that doesn't hold together too well and finishes roughly, but it does feature some suspenseful elements that draw you into the story. At times things seem to follow predictable paths, and not all of the twists work as well as intended, but the film does manage to deliver a few surprises, as it touches on the subject of vigilantism.

Jimmy (Matthew Scully) is on the way home from the theater, when his father is killed in a robbery attempt. Now an orphan, the seventeen year old then goes to live with his uncle Leonard Walker (Damien Garvey), who manages City Storage, a storage facility. School apparently isn't a factor, as Jimmy takes a job at the storage facility, and is drawn to Zia (Saskia Burmeister), a young woman who is apparently the only other employee.

Through an open door, Jimmy gets a glimpse of a customer inside his storage compartment pulling a gun out of a barrel. After having a confrontation with the man, Jimmy becomes fixated on getting a look at what is inside the locked compartment, an endeavor that eventually involves both Zia and his uncle Leonard, and unexpectedly leads to murder.

The film features some hard hitting instances of violence, but with pieces kind of forced together, the story doesn't flow very well, and ultimately falls apart. Jimmy is like a headstrong kid, who keeps getting into trouble, while his Uncle Leonard's actions, are at times surprising, and problematic. The relationship that develops between Jimmy and Zia seems quick and convenient, but in a nice touch, does not play out in a conventional manner.

Storage has some good moments, and provides a few surprises. The acting is decent, production values are good, and the film is an interesting watch.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Jase on 3 Oct. 2010
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The ozzies really know how to make a horror-thriller, huh? If you're looking for an all out gore-fest with embarrassing acting and a non-existent plot, then you're going to be disappointed. If you're looking for a well thought-out, slickly directed, stylish looking thriller, with shocks aplenty, then you're going to love this. I can not recommend this film enough. Absolutely brilliant. B+
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