A new clip from Ryuhei Kitamura's No One Lives (review) has arrived, and it's guaranteed to make you never look at zip ties the same way ever again. We mean that shit too. We're talking never. No, really.
For those of you thinking I meant to write "Hostile" instead of "Hostel" in that headline, you're mistaken. Also mistaken is the person who designed this next one-sheet for No One Lives if they think it's original. I guess a little Hostel Part II goes a long way.
Ah, the sweet red band goodness! Time to get a little messy with the red band trailer for Ryuhei Kitamura's No One Lives (review). Bring a tarp, a raincoat, and maybe even a mop.
Though he doesn't have much to do at this year's WrestleMania, the Funkasaurus is still very much on a rampage in Ryuhei Kitamura's No One Lives (review), and we have a new international trailer for you to chew on.
Just like the headlines says, Anchor Bay has revealed some theatrical dates for Ryuhei Kitamura's No One Lives (review). Look for it starting May 10. Cities include NYC, LA, Chicago, San Francisco, Dallas, Philadelphia, Miami, Boston, Detroit, Houston, and Baltimore.
A new one sheet for that latest film from Ryuhei Kitamura, No One Lives (review), is here and it speaks Russian fluently. It's also pretty cool too. Dig it!
It has been four years since admired Japanese director Ryuhei Kitamura unleashed Midnight Meat Train to audiences, and aficionados of his work showed their support for his latest American horror flick, No One Lives, by attending the lively Midnight Madness premiere during TIFF 2012.
Gearing up for its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, we have an image gallery for the flick No One Lives. Even cooler, the images include your first look at the WWE's Funkasaurus Brodus Clay! Can somebody call my mama? It's about to get funky up in here!
An international one-sheet for the next flick from WWE Films, No One Lives, has arrived, and as always we have it for you right here with no count outs or disqualifications. Dig it!
Though we're still disappointed we're not getting See No Evil 2, we've got the first official still for the next flick from WWE Films, No One Lives. Read on for the details.
Pathe International just released the first ever teaser art for the latest film from the WWE and Midnight Meat Train director Ryuhei Kitamura, No One Lives, and it's ready to turn your world upside down!
One slasher I refuse to get behind is Gregory Dark’s See No Evil. It was a good try, albeit one that never really came together. But that’s not stopping WWE Films from trying their hand at horror once again, this time with a survival horror story with some slasher elements.
Though we're still disappointed we're not getting See No Evil 2, casting is moving along quite nicely on the next flick from WWE Films. Read on for the details.
It's been a while since the WWE has dabbled in the horror genre. The first time was for the inexplicably watchable flick See No Evil starring the Big Red Machine, Kane. Sensing a profit to be made, McMahon is heading back to the dark side.