WWE Films is throwing another horror movie our way and just released the No One Lives international trailer. Hopefully this one is better than the Kane starring See No Evil from 2006.
No One Lives one has one major positive in its corner though, and that is director Ryuhei Kitamura, the Japanese filmmaker behind the criminally underrated Midnight Meat Train.
With the way Lionsgate treated Midnight Meat Train, I’m very happy that Anchor Bay is handling the No One Lives release because even if it just goes limited and then straight to DVD, that is better than what Lionsgate did with Kitamura’s last release.
To remind everyone, Lionsgate buried Midnight Meat Train by only opening it in discount (read: dollar) cinemas and then called it a flop because of its poor box office showing. Kitamura might be better served never looking Lionsgate’s way ever again.
Anchor Bay will release No One Lives on May 10 in limited cities, including NYC, LA, Chicago, San Francisco, Dallas, Philadelphia, Miami, Boston, Detroit, Houston and Baltimore.
Anyway, the No One Lives international trailer looks pretty interesting, and while it looks slightly generic, I don’t think Kitamura could do generic if he tried.
Check out the the No One Lives international trailer below, where it looks like a biker gang with bad intentions ends up messing with the wrong target and finds themselves on the run.
A ruthless criminal gang takes a young couple hostage and goes to ground in an abandoned house in the middle of nowhere. When the captive girl is killed, the tables are unexpectedly turned. The gang finds itself outsmarted by an urbane and seasoned killer determined to ensure that no one lives.