Not one for Daily Mail readers, as Comedown expects you to view hoodies or chavs or whatever it is we're calling them these days as human beings that, when confronted with danger, appear to have a vulnerable side just like the rest of us. I saw this at Grimmfest 2012 and it was the second best 'Tower Block' film of the year (after Dredd) with some genuine jump out of your seat moments as a hooded killer stalks a group of teenagers around an abandoned block. Some early reviews have complained about a lack of sympathetic characters, and that seems to be based more on a class and generational bias than anything to do with the actual characters. The only two that are particularly unlikeable are Calum McNab and a surprisingly funny (in an obnoxious way) Adam Deacon, and while Duane Henry (The Dark Knight Rises) as the gentle giant of the group gives arguably the best performance in the film without saying too much, Jacob Anderson is very good as the one character with the most to lose and Jessica Barden is on top form, as ever.
Very far fetched and a daft ending!