No One Lives (movie)

Review: 'No One Lives' is bad horror

Review: 'No One Lives' is bad horror

"No One Lives" is a cheap horror prank that's ultimately not clever or accomplished enough to sustain its eccentricities, and they are very bloody eccentricities indeed.

A missing heiress (Adelaide Clemens) on the run, a couple of soft-spoken travelers (Luke Evans and Laura Ramsey) taken hostage and a doltish gang of thieves (led by Lee Tergesen) are the pawns in writer David Cohen's and director Ryuhei Kitamura's game of trap-maim-and-kill.

Set in the thieves' swampy off-road hideaway, where a relentless killer has it in for them after they unwittingly interfere with his plans, the movie is little more than an excuse to punish idiocy, crack wise about said idiots...

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