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The Wrong Floor

UK 2015
produced by
Carl Hamill (executive), Marc Hamill (executive), Felix Forrest (executive), Steve Wollett (executive), Gregory Hatanaka (associate), Kelly McCormack (associate), Diana Prince (associate), M.J. Simpson (associate), Ryan Flamson (associate), Ivan Rakiwskij (associate) for Roasted Films, Hamill Bros. Films
directed by Marc Hamill
starring Carl Hamill, Heather Percival, M.J. Simpson, Chris Postlethwaite, Tom Robinson, Shane Buckley, David Hardware, Ron Hamill, Liam Postlethwaite, Ian Hawkins, Ryan Flamson, Tom Bonington, Ian Hodges, Jeremy Munns, Fayaz Nathalia, Manoj Anand, Claire Hamill, Rudy Barrow, Graham Bean, Teodora Beric, Antony Binks, David Jones, Danny Boulton, Alex Briars, Dereck Carter, Tindy C. Chaggar, Mike Tighe, Archie Cocker, Rory Costelow, Sarah Cox, Edward Crook, Carol Cummings, Penny Cureton, Philip Nevin Cureton, Theo D'Arth, Robert Lee Daniels, Alexander Doddy, Alexander Donald, Benjamin Draycott, Nathan Draycott, Rebecca Jayne Draycott, Sebastian Draycott, Gino Duval, Duane Earp, Robert Ellis, Roger Ellis, Elliott Fairbrother, Rachel Feefee, Joshua Ferdinand, Alan Flamson, Natalie Flamson, Suave Flava, Wayne Fontana, Christine Furlong, Shailesh Gohil, Stevie Gold, Dave Gonzalez, Simon Goode, Llewelyn Guildford, Hazel Guthrie, Mark Hadi, Liam Hall, Jane Hamill, Marc Hamill, Nicole Hamill, Paul Hamill, Sam Hammonds, Eve Harding, Ajay Harji, Noni Harrison, Harmeet Singh Hayre, Aisleen Hodges, Siobhian R. Hodges, Mathew Hutchins, Amrita Jazzmyn, Milan Jogiya, David Johnson, Omar Kalik, Hinal Karavadra, Imy Kasuji, Murray C Kelso, Al Kendrick, Billy Kendrick, Joe Kendrick, Steve Kendrick, Joseph Khachik, Riaz Khan, Andy King, Andrew W. Knight, Kim Kumari, Dilip Ladha, Marcus Langford, Rob Lee, Micky Lou, Susan Magrath, Jade Mall, Louie Mallard, Haydn Marriott, Kelly McCormack, Stein Murray, Victoria Nicholson, Carl Nickerson, Chrissy Noble, Wayne Oakes, Alex Ochman, Jake Ogden, Hitesh Pandya, Hinesh Parmar, Anna Parr, Anil Patel, Asha Patel, Jai Patel, Shital Patel, Viral Patel, Levi Payne, Aimi Percival, Steven Pierre, David Postlethwaite, Rajen Prajapati, Ifti Rashid, Matt Rockley, Ruby Ruffles, Danielle Satchell, Mo Shapiro, Nathaniel Shaw, Janet Short, Jagdish Shukla, Ibz Sidat, Thomas Simpson, John Skelley, Edward James Smith, Edward Thomas Smith, Tim Thomas Smith, Tom Smith, Victoria Elizabeth Smith, Robert M. Stafford, Samanta Tamang, Myrsini Theofanogianni, Orson Thomas, Charles Timson, Nenaa-Jo Uraih, Ernest Vernon, Vinnie Vitriol, Johleen Wakefield, Paul Waterfield, Martin Webbe, Mark Whinkless
written by Marc Hamill, Carl Hamill, music by Marc Hamill

review by
Mike Haberfelner

All Danny (Carl Hamill) wants is to find his father, who before his disappearance was working for the Ekaf Corporation, a chemical research facility that promises humankind to create an endlessly renewable energy source, but there have long been speculations that they might be producing the all-powerful drug Haze that turns people into homicidal maniacs as a side effect - not of which could be proven though thanks to some corrupt police officials. And Danny, every time he tries to get a foot into the corporation, hits a wall ... until he changes strategies and actually gets a job with their security team - very low level, but with the help of a colleague who doesn't like the way things are going and the plant's own lovely receptionist Clarissa (Heather Percival), who has her own motives to help him, he's got access to some vital information soon ... and does learn that the local mad scientist Dr Logan (M.J. Simpson) is in fact in league with two street thugs (Chris Postlethwaite, Tom Robinson) who provide him with kidnapped bums, crime kingpin Marcais (Ron Hamill) who's in charge of Haze distribution, and corrupt cop Blackwood (David Hardware), who's got everyone's backs on this. And while most scientists in the plant actually buy into the lie that they're here to create renewable energy, a chosen few know that the main purpose of the plant is to create even better Haze. But with a lab full of guys injected with a violence-inducing drug, the plant's security as well as Marcais' henchmen after him, and relying only on a half-baked plan, it's only a matter of time until Danny's luck will run out ...


Now it's not as if The Wrong Floor wouldn't have come without its antecedents, and Street Trash and Larry Cohen's The Stuff readily come into mind, along with several Troma flicks, all blended with Brit gangster flick mainstays ... and heck, even the director admitted he based the film on 1980s grindhouse cinema ... but that said, the film might be reminiscent but not really derivative, as it tells a fairly original story in a fun way, with some gross out scenes, fun demises, and LOTS of action along the way, but everything actually serves the story that's intelligent without beign brain-heavy and directed light-footedly enough to just entertain throughout.

To put it shortly, The Wrong Floor is a fun movie, but fun in a way that, despite all its grossness, doesn't insult the intelligence of its audience.


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