- Actors: Danny Dyer, Jimi Mistry, Kierston Wareing
- Format: PAL
- Language: English
- Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Number of discs: 1
- Classification: 18
- Studio: Revolver Entertainment
- DVD Release Date: 23 Aug. 2010
- Run Time: 95 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
- ASIN: B003QPTVOM
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 50,759 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
Basement [DVD] 
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Returning from an anti-war demo, Gary (Danny Dyer - Severance) and four friends stop briefly in the countryside. Breaking from the group, Derek (Jimi Mistry - RocknRolla) and Saffron (Lois Winstone - Beyond the Rave) find a metal hatch in the middle of the forest, and decide to explore inside. Searching for their missing friends, Gary, Pru (Emily Beecham - 28 Weeks Later) and Sarah (Kierston Wareing - Fish Tank) are forced to follow, but as the hatch locks behind them all, the shadows that lurk in the darkness force the whole group to run for their lives...
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Top Customer Reviews
This is the 2nd really bad film I have seen Danny Dyer in recently, he does'nt need to take on roles in such bad movies, it will eventually damage his career.
I really like Danny Dyer, and thought him and Severance were brilliant!
However - this excuse of a horror film had no scares at all. You will not believe how many times you get a shot of one of the corridors either in normal shot or green shot.
and thats it(WELL you must be hard then) in the film well any of his films, dont give him a name just call him Danny, cause every film he's in he just plays the same part, (Oright tregull), the film was rubbish, would have been great if you had left him out.
now his doing a thing on tv talking to the old east end mob, like he's on a par with them, anyway it's the best comedy on sky. he should do a show with dave courtney in and Ian freeman, they would have him as the TEA BOY. come and earn your bones here in Scotland,
This has to be one of the most depressing films I've ever seen. Terrible script, terribly shot, and a terrible set.
The story is simple: A group of friends find a metal hatch in the middle of the forest and decide to explore. Once down there the metal hatch closes, locking them in. Soon they discover that they are not alone down there.
It sounds like rather intriguing, and I think it could be a good film, but due to a bad script and a storyline that goes from simple to a jumbled mess, the film fails to entertain.
I think one of the problems with Basement is that it doesn't know where it stands. It starts off as a Horror, then ends as a Science Fiction. And having the enemies as ninjas doesn't help either!
Jimi Mistry's character does make the film less boring with his sarcastic attitude, which brings quite a comic relief to it. Danny Dyer's character is all over the place due to the terrible plot.
I would recommend avoiding it.
Jimi Mistry and even Danny Dyer deserve better.
Don't ask me what its about i can't remember its that awful.
Boring,badly acted,can't hardly see anything and doesn't make sense at any point.
Even a syfy channel film is better than this.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Laughable. Pure amateurish tosh, with a script written by a teletubbie? As Cilla Black once sang-"what's it all about"?!? You CAN do better, Mr Dyer!Published on 14 Feb. 2015 by Mr. C. Davies