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  It just won't leave Kate alone, poor thing
  London. Midnight. A cold winter’s evening. Unable to find a taxi in the West End, Kate (Franka Potente) heads for the Underground. Slightly tipsy, she waits for the last train but drifts off to sleep…. and awakens to find everyone else gone.

Gripped by panic she realises she has been locked in the station, but a train pulls in and she boards. She’s the only passenger and the relief turns to alarm when halfway through a tunnel the train jerks to a halt and is plunged into darkness.

Kate is about to face the first of a series of terrifying events – ones that will shatter her nerve and chic composure - testing her endurance to the limit. She is not alone in the maze of nooks and dank crannies. Lurking in the pitch-black maze is something unimaginable… (clue - it's not a ticket inspector).

Creep hits our cinemas on the the 28th January 2005.
  Darren Jones [28 Nov 2004 at 13:14]

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