No One Lives Reviews
After a neat twist early on in the piece, the tone of the movie shifts, and is actually somewhat original, unfortunately, the movie lacks the cohesion required to truly get it off the ground.
The characters lack depth, the acting for the most part is watchable the directing is pretty poor, the film was so dark and murky at times you could barely make out what was happening.
The saving grace for this film was Luke Evans sociopath, Evans has provided horror fans with a new cool cult character and unstoppable killing machine, who underneath his cool exterior is someone who has a heart. Unlike Micheal Myers and Jason Voorhees who kill without caring who gets in their way. The unnamed sociopath of this film just reeks what he views as justice in a varied and unsavoury manner.
Watch for Evans cool and calculating sociopath, not a classic by any means but there are worse films than this out there.
The darker side of the relationship between psychopath and his captive could have been explored more yet the director decided to get in some more gore!
Enjoyable slasher film.