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Storage 24 (2012)

R | | Horror, Sci-Fi | 29 June 2012 (UK)
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In London, a military plane crashes leaving its highly classified contents strewn across the city. Completely unaware that the city is in lockdown, a group of people become trapped inside a storage facility with a highly unwelcome guest.

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In London, a military plane crashes leaving its highly classified contents strewn across the city. Completely unaware that the city is in lockdown, a group of people become trapped inside a storage facility with a highly unwelcome guest.

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Will their first contact be their last?

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Horror | Sci-Fi

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Rated R for creature violence, gore and language | See all certifications »

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After experiencing huge difficulties in getting his previous screenplays Kidulthood (2006) and Adulthood (2008) produced, Noel Clarke set himself the test of writing a straight genre piece that would get greenlit easily. This proved to be the case with Storage 24 (2012) which was rushed through pre-production. See more »

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(at around 39 mins) When Charlie is talking to Nikki in the storage room, the head of a third person is clearly visible, but all the characters are accounted for and are elsewhere. See more »

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Charlie: I just want to go home.
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"No animals or aliens were harmed in the making of this film. Except the one that was horrible and killed by the lead character." See more »

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Cheesy and entertaining creature feature
25 February 2014 | by (Los Angeles, Ca) – See all my reviews

After a plane crash in central London, a group in a storage containment facility find themselves trapped inside with the vicious alien creature released during the crash and must try to fight if off in order to get out alive.

This turned out to be a rather decent enough creature feature. One of the more enduring elements to this one is the fact that there's a refreshing simplicity to how it plays out, as the film's basically a one-note plot that really goes on through the notes quite efficiently and effectively to where it becomes routine more than anything about what goes on It consistently turns into confrontation, escape, confrontation, escape which is plenty of fun due to the tight, cramped location to work with the rather convoluted layout of the area and the continuous encounters where the creature chases them through heating ducts, storage units and throughout the building itself that the scenes make for a rather creepy and exciting set of action. The fact that the alien creature here is quite imposing is where it really helps score a little extra as well because the otherworldly appearance, as the spiked mouth, tentacled fingers and humanoid body create a powerful enough figure without seeing too much of it to lessen it's visual appeal as the creature really helps generate a lot of good marks during the film as the repetitive, action-packed nature of the film results in a creepy monster stalking and attacking people trapped in a creepy location, only to escape and run into it later on so there's a sense of familiarity to this as it goes on which can lower this somewhat. As well, the film's blatant disregard for information-revealing is a bit of a problem as it tends to keep so many ideas and plot-points completely unknown to the viewer about the alien creature, what happened to it and the fates of several characters, and about the only plot-point to this that doesn't work is the long build-up here that results in some painful amount of time not going anywhere due to the aggravation of the animosity towards each other. Otherwise, this is a fine effort.

Rated R: Graphic Violence and Graphic Language.


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