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Based on 14 Reviews
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fan reviews ( 1 )
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    Joe Neumaier New York Daily News

    Luke Evans, whose higher-profile work includes “Clash of the Titans,” this summer’s “Fast & Furious 6” and the next installments of “The Hobbit,” smolders embarrassingly. But he shouldn’t be embarrassed. In the shadows, that could be anyone. show more

  • 10
    John DeFore The Hollywood Reporter

    When a slasher pic can't exploit a woodchipper for more sadistic thrills than we get here, it shouldn't expect moviegoers to salivate for a sequel. show more

  • 38
    Drew Hunt Slant Magazine

    Ryuhei Kitamura's latest genre bloodbath is par for the course, in spite of the occasionally flourish of interesting subtext. show more

  • 38
    Roger Moore Movie Nation

    No One Lives has to give away its biggest, best secret (the killers have messed with the wrong guy) far too early for its own good. show more

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    Farran Smith Nehme New York Post

    So unspeakably dull that it can’t even offend, save when the filmmakers have the almighty nerve to quote Alfred Hitchcock and Jonathan Demme. It would be far better to rip off a William Castle movie, and aim for a level they have a prayer of actually hitting. show more

  • 80

    Loopy, film-literate and full-bore, it's a sadistic '70s thriller in modern-day garb. show more

  • 60
    James Mottram Total Film

    Depending on taste, you’ll be left either barfing or laughing. show more

  • 40
    The Guardian

    Director Ryuhei Kitamura ladles on the entrails like a ghoulish dinnerlady, but his three-way narrative strategies lead nowhere. show more

  • 20
    Keith Uhlich Time Out New York

    The uniformly awful performances seem beamed in from Planet Ed Wood, while the script is filled with mock-macho zingers (“If I wanted to hear from an a**hole, I’d rip you a new one!”) that would give former Governor Schwarzenegger pause. show more

  • 25
    Kevin Jagernauth The Playlist

    Almost coming off like an academic blueprint of what a serial killer movie should look like, rather than anything with a distinct voice or authorial hand, "No One Lives" shocks by virtue of being completely uninteresting. show more

  • May 12, 2013 jpewther
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    It might have helped if the projectionist had turned up the sound a little. The actors were speaking in mumbles and whispers, and most of the time I couldn\'t understand what they were saying. But the music was loud at the end of the movie, so I think the fault was with the movie makers.

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