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Storage 24 2012

3.1 out of 5 stars (79) IMDb 4.4/10

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

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

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Genres Science Fiction, Horror
Director Johannes Roberts
Starring Noel Clarke, Colin O'Donoghue
Supporting actors Antonia Campbell-Hughes, Laura Haddock, Jamie Thomas King, Alex Price, Ned Dennehy, Geoff Bell, Ruth Gemmell, Davie Fairbanks, Amy Pemberton, Robert Freeman, John Hasler
Studio Universal Pictures
BBFC rating Suitable for 15 years and over
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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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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Format: DVD
There is nothing really original in this low-budget British Alien homage apart from an acrimonious love triangle and the imaginative use of a cuddly toy dog and fireworks but nevertheless this movie delivers a decent amount of tension, gore and dry humour and is well worth seeking out for a late night viewing with the lights dimmed. Trapped in a Battersea storage warehouse due to a malfunction of the facility’s security system caused by intermittent power cuts a small number of customers, a member of staff, an engineer and an unhinged hermit hiding from his estranged wife gradually realise that their lives are in danger from an alien creature eager to make their acquaintance. The creature is well designed and realised (given the budget) while the claustrophobic environment of the warehouse suitably mirrors a spaceship cargo hold. This is a solid, unpretentious entertaining SF horror movie which doesn’t disappoint.
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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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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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Here we go again. 'Storage' isn't a bad movie but there is nothing remotely original about it. What makes things worse is it offers little explanation about the alien - how it got to earth, why it was being held by the government and how they managed to capture it in the first place. There is a side story transitioning the lead character from loser to hero which distracts from the alien story. So you get two partial stories instead of one coherent thread. The acting is OK but the characters' reactions to close friends being murdered is beyond belief - apart from the shock of seeing someone sliced and diced, they don't seem to be affected by the loss at all - this is really obvious at the end when they leave the storage facility. The final scenes do try to tie the story together but it all seems to be a bit late and lazy. The alien effects are quite good when in close-up. From a distance you don't get to see too much as it seems to be surrounded by dark or mist or something. You just know it's big. The Blu-ray presentation is pretty good with lots of fine detail showing and the DTS-HD MA soundtrack is clear with great bass and clear voices. If you watch this with the right expectations you might be entertained.
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A fun and forgettable British monster B-movie. Easy watching and entertaining without asking too much of the audience. Acting and dialogue is fine, and there is enough to keep you guessing who will escape the stalk and slash. Some gorey bits, and being British no guns to stop the big bad.
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If you like alien/creature flicks just to pass the time away then you cannot knock this, the acting it not bad, the sub plot believable and the action is at a good pace. Storage wars with a difference Yuuuuup!!!
Well worth a watch.
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