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Stuck in a high-rise flat, six friends are hunted by a shadowy figure in Comedown. The performances and isolated location hold it strong, though, as characters begin to meet their grisly exit and the “monster” takes a prominent role, the cliché setups and forced twists render Comedown a bit of a letdown.
Lloyd (Jacob Anderson) has been in jail for the past three months. He is released and aims to change his gritty, crime ridden London lifestyle in order to take care of his pregnant girlfriend Jemma (Sophie Stuckey). Lloyd’s old crew, lead by the bullying Jason (Adam Deacon), forces him into participation for a job and wild night out in an abandoned multi-level apartment. Once the crew becomes situated in their old stomping grounds, drugs are distributed by Jason to the crew and an unwilling Lloyd. Quickly things turn bloody as a stalking figure begins to hunt everyone in the crew. »
- Monte Yazzie
It’s already difficult to survive a psychopath hellbent on killing you and your best friends, but to take on such a ferocious threat while high on drugs? That takes serious coordination, focus, and a little bit of luck. This is the sinister scenario that Lloyd must survive in the UK thriller Comedown, coming soon to VOD in the Us from The Orchard and Shock Till You Drop.
Hitting VOD in the Us on August 5th, Comedown will also be available on iTunes, Amazon, and other VOD platforms:
They break into the tower block they lived in as kids, now deserted and condemned, to rig-up a pirate radio station, get high and party. When one of the group goes missing, this group begin to search the dark »
- Derek Anderson
2 items from 2014
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