TIFF 2017: Downrange Review.
Dork Shelf talks to No One Lives actor and WWE Superstar (not to mention the only living Funkasaurus in captivity) Brodus Clay about the differences between horror crowds and wrestling crowds, how he almost spontaneously agreed to be in the film following a rough night at the office, what it’s like to get killed on camera, the butterflies he felt when the film debuted at TIFF last year, the importance of a well rounded education, and what it’s like being in the WWE locker room after doing a movie.
With a central antihero pitched somewhere between Hannibal Lecter and Ryan Gosling's character from Drive, the silly, but fun survivalist slasher No One Lives sets its aims low and doesn't take itself too seriously, and it works pretty well.
We sit down with director Ryûhei Kitamura (Versus, Midnight Meat Train) about his latest effort, the survival thriller No One Lives, playing as a part of Cineplex's Sinister Cinema series this week.
As TIFF 2012 finishes up its first weekend, our ongoing coverage looks at The Master, To the Wonder, High Park on Hudson, End of Watch, Aftershock, Sightseers, The Crimes of Mike Recket, No One Lives, and Midnight's Children.