Horror Review: No Exit (2022)

A young woman en-route to a family emergency gets stranded by a blizzard and is forced to find shelter at a highway rest area with a group of strangers.

I hate reviewing films like this, but for viewers that’s a good thing. Let me explain.

What we have here is a feature that the less you know about it the better the film will be for you. That makes it rather difficult for me to try and tell you about it without ruining it for you, but I’m going to try my best as I do believe this is a film that people need to know about.

I went into this film not knowing anything about it at all, I’d just seen a couple of people post on social media saying that they’d enjoyed it. I do try and not find out too much about films for this reason, that way everything stays a surprise and my expectations are usually set at a minimum.

First of all I have to say I thought the story was excellently well done, it played out perfectly in my opinion, the pacing was just right as it never seemed to drag on. This was Director Damien Power’s second film and I think he did an amazing job her and will look out for him in the future.

The eclectic casting and it’s one location setting works extremely well, in fact the cast in this feature are all great, everyone seems to be on their A game here. This could well be our lead Havana Rose Liu’s break out role, you’ll definitely be seeing more of her in the future that’s for sure.

“No Exit” is a solid thriller film, one that I think many of you will enjoy watching. Just do yourself a favour and go into it with as little knowledge about the story as you can.

If you want to see the “No Exit” trailer then just click on the video below:

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