Excerpt: Directed in England by Johannes Roberts, 2013's Storage 24 isn't really a movie that's likely to win any awards for originality, but it is a fun monster movie set in, as the title implies, a giant storage facility. When the movie begins, folks all over the place are going about their daily business as folks all over the place are apt to do.
Conclusion: Despite picking up in the second half, 'Storage 24' remains a sluggish and rather boring creature-feature with an inherently problematic element at the plot's core. Director Johannes Roberts does what he can with the material and uses the maze-like corridors of the self-storage facility effectively, but the movie is ultimately a forgettable genre entry. The Blu-ray arrives with excellent picture quality and an enjoyable audio presentation.
Conclusion: One person's worthless sci-fi knockoff is another's low-budget source of beer-and-a-movie-night hilarity, so consider your expectations before committing to Storage 24 . The film sits in that weird critical netherworld—it's not great, it's not terrible, and it's not so-bad-it's-good either. It just is. I will give it this—at least it's not another found-footage horror movie. I think we've all had enough of those.