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Self-Storage Hits the Big Screen With Release of U.K. Horror Flick "Storage 24"


From reality television to the big screen, self-storage takes the stage once again in a British horror flick set in a self-storage facility in London. “Storage 24” stars British film actor Noel Clarke, who also produced the film and wrote the script, as well as Antonia Campbell-Hughes and Colin O'Donoghue. The story begins with a young couple (Clarke and Campbell-Hughes) dividing their possessions in their storage unit after a recent breakup. Tensions are high when the power unexpectedly shuts off, trapping the couple and their friends in the facility.

What the storage patrons don't know is London has entered a state of lockdown after a military cargo plane crashed, leaving its highly classified contents strewn across the city. Looking for a way out, they soon realize they’re not alone in the facility. An alien creature is soon discovered, picking off members from the distraught crew one by one.

First appearing in the United Kingdom in June 2012, the film was released in the United States  via On Demand in December and will hit theatres on Jan. 18. 


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