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BRUTAL BLOODBATH WITH SOME MACGUYVER CLEVERNESS SPRINKLED IN. GOOD MOVIE ALL AROUND
A very entertaining action thriller. Had some gory kills but it wasn't scary. Still... a very good movie.
A brilliant homage to the grindhouse films of the 1970's with twists, turns, chills and blood galore. It's a hell of a good time for genre fans.
Wrong in so many ways youll need a Garmin. If it would make me so sad I could probably laugh about it...worst dialogs, ridiculous actors and a director who is obviously out of his mind...avoid at all cost
Too stupid and too bloody.
The script made sure my brain cells didn't live either
Mindless dialogue, excessive violence, and infuriatingly low lighting combine to make No One Lives, which only slightly differentiates itself from a formula we've seen over and over again and not even in a good way.
At least it had a few new scenes, which some generic horror films can't even manage, but at the end of the day, nothing new enough to see to be able to recommend
Other than the superb performance of the lead actor (Luke Evans) as a criminal psychopath (not a scary, repulsive one but an attractive one at that), I don't think I would have watched this film to the end.
A film has not made me squirm in disgust like that for a while! Very gory, but surprisingly good!