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Storage 24 -- 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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Director:
Writers:
Noel Clarke (idea)
Noel Clarke (screenplay)
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Release Date:
29 June 2012 (Ireland) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
Will their first contact be their last?
Plot:
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. | Full synopsis »
Awards:
1 nomination See more »
User Reviews:
Cheesy and entertaining creature feature See more (51 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Directed by
Johannes Roberts 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Noel Clarke  idea
Noel Clarke  screenplay
Davie Fairbanks  screenplay
Johannes Roberts  screenplay
Marc Small  screenplay

Produced by
Noel Clarke .... producer
Steve Cook .... co-producer
Johnny Fewings .... executive producer
Roslyn Hill .... co-producer
Pankaj Kapoor .... executive producer
Manu Kumaran .... producer
Shilpa Mittal .... line producer (as Shilpa Sharma)
Shilpa Mittal .... supervising producer (as Shilpa Sharma)
Shail Shah .... executive producer
Marcus Campbell Sinclair .... co-producer
 
Original Music by
Christian Henson 
 
Cinematography by
Tim Sidell 
 
Film Editing by
Martin Brinkler 
 
Casting by
Colin Jones 
Gail Stevens 
 
Production Design by
Malin Lindholm 
 
Art Direction by
Stuart MacKay 
 
Costume Design by
Andy Blake 
Miss Molly 
 
Makeup Department
Stuart Conran .... prosthetic technician
Robbie Drake .... prosthetic technician
Josh Head .... prosthetics designer
Lauren Johnson .... makeup trainee
Conal Palmer .... makeup effects artist
Harriet Thompson .... makeup artist
Jenna Wrage .... makeup designer
 
Production Management
Emily Beddard .... production manager
Steve Cook .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Bailey Marks .... second assistant director
Paul Murphy .... first assistant director
Cedric St. Clair .... third assistant director trainee
Tom Turner .... trainee assistant director
 
Art Department
Emma Lo Gatto .... graphic design
Sophia Millar .... assistant art director
Graham Robinson .... stand-by props
Libby Uppington .... stand by props
Daniel Wharton .... stand-by art director
 
Sound Department
Naomi Dandridge .... adr mixer
Matthew Hansell .... boom operator
Richard Lewis .... sound designer
Richard Lewis .... sound re-recording mixer
Gavin Marshall .... boom operator
Daniel Tudor Owen .... boom operator
Steven Parker .... sound designer
Steven Parker .... sound re-recording mixer
James Shannon .... dolby sound consultant
Lionel Strutt .... adr coordinator
Roman Turtev .... sound engineer assistant
Julian Willson .... sound mixer
 
Special Effects by
Graham Aikman .... special effects technician
Neal Champion .... special effects supervisor
Luke Corbyn .... special effects technician
Chris Fitzgerald .... designer: sculptor
Bernard Newton .... special effects
 
Visual Effects by
Indranil Bhattacharya .... character modeling
Yogesh Bhavsar .... rigging artist
Louise Brand .... head of operations: 4DMax
Devrishi Chatterjee .... senior compositor: Prime Focus India Pvt Ltd
Vasistha Chawda .... visual effects artist
Andy Chopping .... photographer: 4DMax
Santosh Choudhary .... online editor
Charlotte Collings .... di producer
Oliver Cubbage .... digital artist
Shome Dasgupta .... visual effects producer: Prime Focus IND
Keith Devlin .... visual effects supervisor
Ujwal W. Dhankute .... digital compositor
Prashant Dhotre .... lighting artist
Hasraf Dulull .... visual effects supervisor
Vikas Gandhi .... visual effects: line producer
Sanchit S. Gavale .... visual effects artist
Saneesh George .... matchmove artist: Prime Focus India Pvt Ltd
Gaurav Gupta .... lighting technical director
Shivakant Gupta .... paint artist
Sameet Gupte .... cg supervisor
Piers Hampton .... visual effects supervisor
Steve Hickman .... lead modeller: 4DMax
Lawrence Huck .... vfx editor
Hemant Khairnar .... prep artist
Manish Khatiwada .... digital compositor
Dam Khuman .... visual effects artist
Mithil Kotwal .... visual effects coordinator
Abhijeet Lamture .... senior texture painter
Duncan Lees .... head of 3D services: 4DMax
Sandeep Mane .... visual effects: line producer
Vishal Mehta .... lead texture artist
Souvik Mitra .... matchmove artist
Andy Mulligan .... matchmover: prime focus
Anand Nayak .... fx artist
Atul Palande .... visual effects artist
Om Parab .... matchmove artist
Khatal Prajakta .... digital compositor
Vivek Pundir .... vfx: line producer
Anil Rawat .... digital compositor
Tyagi Reetuj .... digital compositor
Alessandro Righi .... visual effects artist
Jean-Marc Rulier .... cyber scanning technician: 4DMax
Duncan Russell .... senior colourist
Siva Sankar .... compositor
Amit Sardal .... line producer: cg
Joseph Severn .... Lidar technician: 4DMax
Vikash Sharma .... production coordinator
Gaurvendra Singh .... digital compositor
Merzin Tavaria .... visual effects creative director: Prime Focus, India
Yogendra Tonke .... texture lead
Gopalarathinam Viswanathan .... lead matchmove artist: Prime focus
Jitendra Yadav .... digital compositor: Prime Focus
Sunil Kumar Yadav .... roto lead
 
Stunts
Russell MacLeod .... utility stunts
Peter Pedrero .... stunt coordinator
Ashley Virgil .... stunt double: Noel Clarke
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Niall Barry .... camera trainee dailies
Anna Bogacz .... focus puller
Ashley Cutmore .... camera trainee
Meg de Koning .... second assistant camera
Neil Hawkins .... best boy
Matt Humphrey .... still photographer
Ann Evelin Lawford .... lighting trainee: dailies
Zack Lyon .... rigging spark
Tom Maine .... rigging electrician
Alanna Miejluk .... digital image technician
Nathan Porter .... rigging electrician
Joel Rainsley .... spark
Chris Rusby .... key grip
Will Rae Smith .... rigging gaffer
Ian Stowe .... electrician
 
Casting Department
Venetia Suchdev .... extras casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Amy Tapper .... key costumer
 
Editorial Department
Rory Gordon .... second assistant editor
Shane Woods .... on-line editor
 
Music Department
Goetz Botzenhardt .... score mixer
Ben Foskett .... orchestrator
Richard Lewis .... music editor
Nick Taylor .... music score recording engineer
 
Other crew
Jonny Boston .... legal advisor
J.J. Guest .... title designer
Lauren Holden .... production secretary
Jerri Howlett .... production runner
Lisa Iona .... production coordinator
Cedric St. Clair .... epk shooter
William Todd-Jones .... creature movement consultant
Tom Turner .... key floor runner
Lucy Ward .... script supervisor
 

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Rated R for creature violence, gore and language
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87 min
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Trivia:
A SWAT team appeared at the end in an earlier draft of the script.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: When Mark leaves Charlie to his fate in the ductwork he is shown crawling toward the camera with no sign of the bag of weapons collected earlier. After reaching the remaining survivors, he kicks out the vent cover and enters the room feet first. There is no bag of weapons and he goes immediately to hug Shelley. At no point is any bag shown from the time Mark leaves Charlie until Mark hugs Shelley. The very next scene is Mark going through the bag of weapons showing the group what he found.See more »
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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
Cheesy and entertaining creature feature, 25 February 2014
Author: GL84 from Los Angeles, Ca

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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