I recently reviewed this tense British thriller for Flick Feast:
The remaining inhabitants of a bleak and run-down tower block live sheltered lives on the top floor of the condemned building. After a fifteen year old boy is beaten to death in the corridor, they choose to turn a blind eye and refuse to speak to the police. Cut to several months later and they find themselves the targets of a mystery sniper who appears to be punishing them for their silence. After shooting dead anyone who enters into their sights, the sniper also pins them down to the top floor by blocking their only obvious escape route and scrambling their phone lines. The survivors, who barely seem to interact with one another at all before the onslaught, must band together to try and figure out a way past the unrelenting killer.
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Flick Feast : Tower Block