No One Gets Out Alive

‘No One Gets Out Alive’ Adaptation Coming to Netflix

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Netflix is teaming with Imaginarium Productions to adapt British author Adam Nevill’s 2014 horror novel No One Gets Out Alive. This is their second join venture based on Nevill’s work. They previously made The Ritual, a folk horror story with an impressive foundation in Norse mythology and an unforgettable creature design.

According to Deadline, Cristina Rodlo (The Terror) and Marc Menchaca (The Outsider) have signed on to star in the film. Santiago Menghini makes his directorial debut with the feature based on a script by Jon Croker (The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death) and Fernanda Coppel (From Dusk Til Dawn: The Series).

No One Gets Out Alive tells the story of an immigrant woman (Rodlo) whose American dream turns into a nightmare after she’s forced to take a room at a mysterious boarding house.

Filming on the project is set to begin this month in Bucharest, Romania.

Nevill will serve as an executive producer on the film alongside Andy Serkis, Phil Robertson, and David Bruckner.

Further details about the film are unavailable at this time, but they’ve certainly assembled an impressive team for the film. If they come even close to recreating the terror of The Ritual, horror fans will be in for a real treat.

iHorror will keep you posted on developments on the film as they become available.

Waylon Jordan is a lifelong fan of genre fiction and film especially those with a supernatural element. He firmly believes that horror reflects collective fears of society and can be used as a tool for social change.