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