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Watch: Nasty Alien Creature in Sci-Fi 'Storage 24' Red Band Trailer

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December 18, 2012
Source: SlashFilm

Storage 24 Red Band Trailer

How do you get out? Similar, but not so similar, to the John Dies at the End red band trailer this features some gory creature nastiness for your entertainment. Our friends at SlashFilm picked up on the trailer for Johannes Roberts' Storage 24, a sci-fi horror about a group of people trapped in a storage facility where some weird ass creature/alien/thing is kept. This stars Noel Clarke, Antonia Campbell-Hughes, Colin O'Donoghue and Laura Haddock. In brief, it's best described by the headline: "Ugly Alien Attacks Pretty Londoners". Yes indeed. There are some cool shots in this, and it might be creepy or gross, but I'm curious.

Here's the new red band trailer for Johannes Roberts' Storage 24, found on YouTube via SlashFilm:

A military plane crashes in London spewing its highly classified contents across the city. Unaware that it's in lockdown, a group of people become trapped inside of a storage facility with a highly unwelcome guest.

Storage 24 is directed by up-and-coming British filmmaker Johannes Roberts, of indie horror Sanitarium, Hellbreeder, Darkhunters, F and Forest of the Damned previously. The screenplay was co-written by Noel Clarke, Davie Fairbanks and Marc Small. This already played at festivals in Europe and opened in theaters East of the Atlantic in 2012. Magnolia will open Storage 24 in the US on January 11th, available now VOD.

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Reader Feedback - 16 Comments

1

awful film - straight to dvd in uk. Avoid.

na on Dec 18, 2012

2

You may not like the film, but it did have a mildly successful theatrical run and did not go straight to DVD.

Steve O'Connor on Dec 19, 2012

3

Like I give a Sh*t...

na2 on Dec 19, 2012

4

We need more creature features. The last one I can remember is Splice.

Matt Peloquin on Dec 18, 2012

5

I try to forget the things I saw in that movie

Jon Odishaw on Dec 18, 2012

6

I think about them each night when I masturbate.

Matt Peloquin on Dec 19, 2012

7

Looks really really dumb.

flbball23 on Dec 18, 2012

8

where is arnold when you need him.

Jim Dawkins on Dec 18, 2012

9

It's hard to do Red Band trailers for horror movies, cause you're revealing gore and shocking deaths, but then it's full of spoilers, unless that guy with his lower jaw missing turns out to be the hero and we have some Evil Dead shit on our hands.

Triangle Dimes on Dec 18, 2012

10

Oh that guy is fine by the end they sellotape his jaw shut and he drinks some beers and it's all fixed.

Carpola on Dec 19, 2012

11

Straight to Morrisson's 2 for 1 dvd bucket, with fake Prometheus noises too. C'moooaaann.

Carpola on Dec 18, 2012

12

Acquired the BluRay. It was gash. Managed around 35 minutes

Marlon Brandoh on Dec 19, 2012

13

tall cool glass of "yawn" Peace Bassmeant

Jon Wax on Dec 19, 2012

14

The movie will be te same as the trailer, only longer. In this case that means: many more scary moments that are not scary, dozens of cheap horror clich├ęs and ridiculous CGI when the spaceship departs.

Nash on Dec 19, 2012

15

I like how they ripped off the sound of the Prometheus trailer...

Chiroptera Exsanguination on Dec 19, 2012

16

I miss Stan Winston's creations...

castingcouch on Dec 20, 2012

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