“No One Will Save You” (2023) | Horror Movie | Review: A very interesting visual nightmare

No One Will Save You is a horror movie written and directed by Brian Duffield starring Kaitlyn Dever.

“No One Will Save You” is one of those movies that aims to keep you glued to your seat from the very beginning. With scare after scare, scene after scene, everything is designed to ensure that the viewer never takes their eyes off a film that never gives a moment’s respite.

There’s no need to listen to the dialogue, because there isn’t any. But there is plenty of sound and high-quality scenes.

No One Will Save You
No One Will Save You

Synopsis

Brynn Adams is a creative and talented young woman rejected by her community. Lonely and ever optimistic, the young woman finds solace within the walls of the house where she grew up. One night, she is awakened by strange noises coming from obviously non-human intruders. What follows is a harrowing face-to-face encounter between Brynn and a host of alien creatures who not only threaten her future, but also bring her face-to-face with her past.

Review of “No One Will Save You”

A film that wants to captivate you and allows itself to be captivated, to frighten and to engage. Seeking a greater impact with each scene, without any breaks, without dialogue or explanations. It’s a film that relies solely on well-framed scenes, filled with CGI, and, most importantly, a film in which sound plays a key role.

It’s a rollercoaster of nightmare sequences about aliens, madness, and well-executed shots.

Does it drown in the succession of shocks? Perhaps, or maybe this is a matter of personal taste for each viewer. However, the film is highly original and definitely worth watching, especially for horror enthusiasts who will find a series of familiar scenes that, in a combination of the traditional and the modern, make “No One Will Save You” a very appealing mix for this autumn.

No One Will Save You
No One Will Save You

Our Opinion

It is definitely worth it. One impactful sequence after another, showcasing good filmmaking and stunning scenes. While the overall film may not possess deep psychological layers or character development, it successfully achieves what it sets out to do: keep you glued to the screen, unable to look away.

Director

Brian Duffield
Brian Duffield

Brian Duffield, an American director, screenwriter, and producer, has gained recognition for his numerous script sales in the 2010s. Some of his notable works include The Babysitter, Underwater, as well as his 2011 Blacklist scripts Jane Got a Gun and Your Bridesmaid is a Bitch.

The Cast

Kaitlyn Dever
Kaitlyn Dever

Kaitlyn Rochelle Dever, born on December 21, 1996, is a talented American actress. Over the years, she has made appearances in various television series, such as Justified from 2011 to 2015, and Last Man Standing from 2011 to the present. One of her notable achievements was starring in the Netflix miniseries Unbelievable in 2019, which earned her a well-deserved nomination for Best Actress – Miniseries at the Golden Globe Awards. Read more

Elizabeth Kaluev
Elizabeth Kaluev
Zack Duhame
Zack Duhame

Lauren L. Murray
Geraldine Singer
Dane Rhodes
Daniel Rigamer
Evangeline Rose
Dari Lynn Griffin

No One Will Save You

No One Will Save You

Movie title: No One Will Save You

Movie description: Brynn is a bright young woman who lives apart from a neighborhood that has isolated her. Lonely but optimistic, she finds solace in the home where she grew up, until strange noises wake her in the middle of the night.

Date published: September 28, 2023

Country: United States

Duration: 88 mins

Director(s): Brian Duffield

Writer(s): Brian Duffield

Cinematography: Aaron Morton

Music: Joseph Trapanese

Actor(s): Kaitlyn Dever, Elizabeth Kaluev, Zack Duhame, Lauren L. Murray, Geraldine Singer, Dane Rhodes, Daniel Rigamer, Evangeline Rose, Dari Lynn Griffin

Genre: Horror

Companies: Star Thrower Entertainment, 20th Century Studios, Hulu, Disney+

Our Opinion

It is definitely worth it. One impactful sequence after another, showcasing good filmmaking and stunning scenes. While the overall film may not possess deep psychological layers or character development, it successfully achieves what it sets out to do: keep you glued to the screen, unable to look away.

Overall

3.5
Martin Cid
Martin Cid
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