Thursday, 16 January 2014

Self-Storage Horror Film ‘Storage 24’ Bombs at U.S. Box Office

A horror movie on "Self Storage". This is really interesting, Isn't it? It seems that Self Storage was really a popular subject that a movie had been made on this. Read below to know more about this movie. 

Self-storage has been the subject of several popular reality-television shows and even a handful of movies in recent months, but British horror film “Storage 24” had the unenviable distinction of being the lowest-grossing movie at the U.S. box office last year, earning just $72 and lasting a single day.

One explanation for the dismal showing was a supposedly planned one-day viewing at a single American theater as part of a larger deal to get the movie on U.S. television, according to the source. “Storage 24” cost about £1.6 million to make and reportedly earned £225,000 after it was released in the United Kingdom in June 2012.

British filmmaker Noel Clarke co-wrote the script and cast himself in the lead role. In the movie, Clarke’s character is trapped in a London storage facility with his girlfriend, and the couple gets terrorized by an alien creature who wants to eat them. The movie also stars Antonia Campbell-Hughes, Laura Haddock, Colin O'Donoghue and Jamie Thomas King.



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