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No Way Out

USA 2020
produced by
Charles A. Baird, Chris Levine, Joe Hamilton for RocketJoe Films, Baird Media, London Levine Pictures
directed by Joe Hamilton
starring Chris Levine, Johanna Rae, Christopher McGahan, Jennifer Karraz, Sarah Donnely, Dillon Edlund, Joe Hamilton, Robby Monroe
written and edited by Chris Levine, music by Justin Stewart

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Even though he hates the woods due to a never explained childhood trauma, Blake (Chris Levine) has agreed for himself and his girlfriend Jessica (Johanna Rae) to accompany their best friends Kyle (Christopher McGahan) and Norah (Jennifer Karraz) on a camping trip to the Alaskan wilderness - also because he knows Kyle wants to propose to Norah on that trip and needs moral support. However, the trip is under no good star right from the start: When they lose their way the first time but find a cabin to spend the night, a ranger almost chases them away at gunpoint, then the next evening when back on track, they find a camp fire eerily burning when nobody else is around, and on the whole trip they seem to be accompanied by weird sounds. Furthermore, Blake starts to act weirder and weirder and even has fits of rage, so much so that Jessica has to confess to the others that he's undergoing psychiatric treatment. Also, he has brought a gun to the trip. Things really go bad though when Norah stumbles upon a dead camper, and soon enough is stabbed herself by a masked stranger. She survives though and the others try to carry her back to the car - but being quite far into the woods, they can't make the distance in one day and find a cabin to spend the night in - and the next morning, Norah's gone from the cabin, and later, her dead body is found crucified nearby - and things only get worse from there ...


No Way Out sure is a very tight outdoors thriller, a film that understands to create a creepy atmosphere and only brings out the worst of its beautiful backdrops. And it really works well in that context that the script stays very vague in regards to backstory and makes no attempt to explain everything away, instead uses the mystery to enhancing the mood even more. And a very competent cast playing well fleshed-out characters are just another piece of the puzzle to make this one a really cool piece of horror.


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