From the director of Kidulthood (Menhaj Huda) and starring actor, filmmaker, and record artist Adam Deacon (Anuvahood, Adulthood, Shank, Jack Falls), Comedown is urban British horror at its most terrifying and brutal.
In exchange for free drugs and cash, six friends agree to set up an aerial on the roof of abandoned tower block Mercy Point for local pirate radio station Locked FM. After successfully avoiding the authorities and breaking into the condemned building they begin an excessive night of drugs, booze and tunes. But Mercy Point isn't as empty as they'd originally thought. There's someone lurking in the darkness that calls this place home, someone determined to kill all trespassers...
Features the track Comedown by Foreign Beggars and Engine Earz Experiment.
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I really liked this film. I enjoyed Kidulthood and Adulthood and think it was great to mix those films with the horror genre. It was a very tense and very real and I was hooked from beginning to end. The death scenes were great and very realistic for a change. I was actually interested by the characters, which in most horrors I'm not. I felt that Jacob Anderson (Lloyd), Adam Deacon (Jason), and Jessica Barden (Kelly) shone through with the best performances. The setting was atmospheric and grim. The sound and music added loads (loved the Skepta/Wiley, Engine Earz & Foreign Beggars tracks) and the score really heightened the tension throughout the film. I'd be keen to see if they are making a sequel as the film leaves you wanting more.
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