Storage 24: Review

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Panic of the streets of London

Cast: Charlie (Noel Clarke), Mark (Colin O’Donoghue), Shelley (Antonia Campbell-Hughes), Nikki (Laura Haddock), Chris (Alex Price).

The story revolves around central character Charlie (Noel Clarke), who is lets face it is rather heartbroken after his girlfriend, Shelley (Antonia Campbell-Hughes) has dumped him. With chances of her changing her mind unlikely Charlie heads to the storage facility where her belongings are being kept, taking his best friend for some much needed moral support the pair head to the storage locker not knowing that Shelley has beaten them to it with a couple of friends. A slightly awkward showdown between the couple takes place before the power shuts off and this is when things take a turn for the worst.

The facility is now on lockdown after the power failure which has been caused by the plane crash, the group along with a man who lives in the storage facility are now locked inside, what they don’t know is they are also locked in with another life form a vicious blood thirsty extraterrestrial who has escaped from the crashed plane and headed straight into Storage 24 and it won’t stop until it has killed each and every one of them.

A dangerous game of cat and mouse occurs with the group being picked off slowly. Didn’t anyone ever tell you safety in numbers?

“I just want to go home” – Charlie

After the remaining survivors from the group finally kill the alien and leave the storage unit they realise they could have an even bigger problem as a spaceship passes overhead and the camera pans away to scenes of London as it descends into chaos, was this just the beginning? And if this was just the beginning who will win to final fight?

Storage 24 is dark and creepy and truly British, with shocks and scares and strong characters Noel Clarke of course is the stand out character, along with Nikki (Laura Haddock) who you may remember from The Inbetweeners Movie. The relationship between Charlie and Shelley was slightly unbelievable at times and it was a shame the monster/alien was shown so early on in the film as I would have liked the build up to be slightly longer.

A thoroughly enjoyable home grown film, with a great cast and special effects.

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