Produced by filmmaker Edgar Wright (Shaun Of The Dead, Hot Fuzz, Scott Pilgrim Vs The World), Attack The Block is the directorial debut of comedian and broadcaster Joe Cornish. A contemporary Sci-Fi, Horror, Action, Comedy with an old school flavour, it’s both frighteningly horrific and brilliantly hilarious. Bonfire night, South London: Sam (Jodie Whittaker – (St Trinian’s, Venus), a trainee nurse, is making her way home when she’s accosted by a gang of hooded teenage thugs. That is until a huge, flaming meteorite crash-lands into a nearby car. Sam makes her escape while the gang find themselves confronted by a rabid, ravenous extra-terrestrial with a craving for human flesh. Having killed the creature they soon realise that this is only the beginning. There are other aliens invading the earth and they’re bigger, stronger and hungrier. Their only chance of survival is to take refuge within the concrete walls of their housing estate block. Teaming up with their initial victim Sam and local dealer Ron (Nick Frost – Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz), the neighbourhood’s biggest threat could be the block’s only hope. Its inner city versus outer space and it’s about to get nasty.
Junior Commentary - Joe Cornish with John Boyega, Alex Esmail, Franz Drameh, Simon Howard and Leeon Jones
Senior Commentary - Joe Cornish with Jodie Whittaker, Luke Treadaway and Nick Frost
Executive Producer Commentary - Joe Cornish with Edgar Wright
Featurettes: Behind The Block, Creature Feature, Meet The Gang, Joe’s Massage, It’s A Rap, Unfilmed Action
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