No Exit

Stranded at a rest stop in the mountains during a blizzard, a recovering addict discovers a kidnapped child hidden in a car belonging to one of the people inside the building which sets her on a terrifying struggle to identify who among them is the kidnapper.

  • Released: 2022-02-25
  • Runtime: 96 minutes
  • Genre: Horror, Mystery, Thrillers
  • Stars: Havana Rose Liu, Danny Ramirez, Dennis Haysbert, Dale Dickey, David Rysdahl, Mila Harris, Benedict Wall, Kirsty Hamilton, James Gaylyn, Lisa Zhang, Nick Davies, Hweiling Ow, Jen Van Epps
  • Director: Damien Power
  • roberts-83273 - 22 June 2024
    I can't even.
    I get it. Movies are often different from the book. The changes made for the movie were absolutely ridiculous. I mean...Ed and Sandi are married instead of cousins. Ed's not even a drunk now. He's a former marine. The rest stop doesn't even have the same name. What made the book so crazy was that Jay was in a cage. Well not in this movie. And why change mom's cancer to an aneurysm? The suspense just wasn't there. If I had not read the book first, I still don't think I would have cared for it much. The acting by the main character made me sleepy. Ed was the most interesting, suprisingly. And how was that light dusting of snow a blizzard?
  • deloudelouvain - 17 October 2023
    Solid crime/thriller.
    No Exit is a solid crime/thriller with a fair amount of suspense. I would have rated with an eight if I didn't had figured out the mystery that early. It has good twists and turns but for some reason (maybe the acting of a couple actors that gave it away) I saw them coming and that was a bit of a bummer, but still it's a good story, and I'm sure some people will get surprised. The acting of Havana Rose Liu on the other hand was really good. She was by far the best actress of this cast. The cinematography was good as well. A dark atmosphere well shot. In this genre No Exit is well worth watching.