No One Will Save You 2023 movie review

October is nearly here, and that means that theaters have already begun offering some spooky options for its thrill-seeking, Halloween-loving audiences. That doesn’t mean you can’t experience the scares from the (dis)comfort of your own home, though. In fact, that’s probably the perfect setting for Hulu’s No One Will Save You, as it combines home invasion with alien invasion. Critics have had the chance to see the upcoming horror movie before it becomes available to those with a Hulu subscription on September 22, and it sounds like a promising option, despite its bleak title.

No One Will Save You stars Kaitlyn Dever — known for popular series like Justified, Last Man Standing and Dopesick — as Brynn Adams, who lives in solitude when she apparently gets the visit from some unwelcome extraterrestrial guests. Many of those who saw an early screening of the upcoming Hulu movie say the less you know about No One Will Save You going in, the better, so we’ll be sure to keep it spoiler-free as we take a look the first reactions. CinemaBlend’s Eric Eisenberg calls Dever “phenomenal,” tweeting.

This is director Brian Suffield’s second directorial effort, following the 2020 dark comedy-horror Spontaneous, and Perri Nemiroff of Collider tweets that this is another winner. Kaitlyn Dever, as well, earns praise for an “especially demanding role.

Those who saw an early screening of No One Will Save You seem pretty enthused about the Hulu horror, and with a release date of Friday, September 22, you’ll have plenty of time to check this one out before Halloween, if it sounds like something you might enjoy from the streamer. While you’re there, be sure to check out everything else that’s new and coming soon to Hulu.


By acinetv