Thu, 28 September 2017
In 2011, director Joe Cornish and collaborating producer Edgar Wright released a small budget sci-fi horror comedy Attack the Block which garnered a rabid fanbase in genre enthusiasts and critics alike. Set in a low-income section of London, a group of teenage hoods find themselves in the midst of an alien attack that keeps coming after them wave after wave. But does the film deserve the applause and cult status it garnered or would you be better off at home playing FIFA? MovieDude Eric and special guest Michelle find out.
"District Four" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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