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It had it's moments, I thought the film was boring at first until it gets to the horror and the thriller.
It's good movie to watch
British hoody drama as a group of young friends want to set up a pirate radio station in a disused block of flats....but someone isn't happy!
What a load of rubbish.
The director of `Kidulthood` has not made a single good film since his debut hit movie. Guess, the credit went to Noel Clarke.
stylised but lacking in originality or any real feeling for the subcultural cast that exist in this abandoned tower block. You're quite happy then get slashed in fact!
An urban brit horror. But stop right there - this is awful and unredeeming in any way. The vilest, nastiest group of yobs get terrorised in a disused tower block. Pretty much pointless and I don't know how I got through it.
Awful, you know a film is shit when it says no poster found on flixster. DIRGE.
Rather silly and utterly pointless. A Brit horror about a bunch of misfits in a deserted towerblock. Please remember in the future to add a member to the cast you actually care about.....
Bunch of teenagers go on a trip then a mad man starts killing them one by one for no reason until all die except the two main characters, all slashers are becoming like this lately lacking creative stuff, and this one is a pure example.