Sunday 22 September 2013

Film: No One Lives

A young couple travel across rural America as they move to a new home. Along the way they encounter a violent group of Rednecks but it looks like these guys have picked the wrong person to mess with.

A series of brutal killings and cheesy one-liners ensues with Luke Evans (Fast & Furious 6) perfectly cast as the seemingly unassuming traveller who turns the tables on the outlaws.

Director Ryuhei Kitamura’s previous work includes the under-rated The Midnight Meat Train and anyone who enjoyed that film will like this one too. It’s a crazy mash-up of films like Wrong Turn, Friday The 13th and Saw so most horror fans should be satisfied, although after the initial surprise it delivers no more twists.

No One Lives is available on DVD in the UK from 23rd September 2013.

Ric’s Rating: Good 


  1. Ha, I actually just saw this. I kinda liked it. It could have been a little longer with a little bit more background story on the characters, but overall it was a quick guilty pleasure.

  2. No One Lives is a fantastic film - I also wished it could have been a little longer, but it's still very enjoyable.


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