Frank Scheck The Hollywood Reporter
Essentially "Alien" set in a self-storage facility, the British low-budget horror flick Storage 24 doesn't manage to rise above the limitations of its bare-bones concept. show more
Ed Gonzalez Slant Magazine
More chilling than the horror of the alien's close-quarters assault is the rank misogyny that more than offensively underscores the Melrose Place-grade human drama. show more
The whole thing proves unexpectedly entertaining. show more
Kim Newman Empire
One or two serious scares and some excellent creature design work make this a superior British horror sci-fi. show more
There's enough gore, ideas and self-aware absurdity here to make it something a bit more enticing than merely "Alien: The EastEnders Redux." show more
Nick Schager Village Voice
The eventual appearance of creature fodder in the form of a crazy old coot who lives in the storage facility, as well as a sequel-promising closing note borrowed from innumerable predecessors, ultimately exposes Storage 24 as a monster from a familiar mother. show more
September 23, 2013 kenocorekid15
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This movie is just terrible the monster and the ending was the best part of the movie shame on you universal.
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