In this creepy horror flick, adapted from the novel of the same name by Adam Nevill, we dip in and out of fantasy and the all to real horrors of reality in a mind-bending fashion. We follow undocumented immigrant, Ambar (Cristina Rodlo), who is trying to get away from her past life in Mexico and make it in America, despite the tragic memory of the death of her mother. Ambar makes her way to Cleveland and finds a job as a seamstress in a sweatshop-esque factory, making next to nothing to survive. The real horror comes when she moves into a "boarding house" run by a pair of brothers who seemingly are looking to help the less fortunate emigrating to America by not reporting them and giving them a roof over their head until they can get on their feet. The stoic and creepy brothers seem like they have everyone's best interest in mind, that is until Ambar starts hearing voices and seeing apparitions of girls who used to live there. With the fear of deportation looming over her head, Ambar knows she can't alert the authorities without punching her own ticket back to Mexico and she can't ask too many questions to the brothers without raising their suspicions and potentially her ending up the same as the last girls who are roaming the halls now! She might have made it into the boarding house and America, but No One Gets Out Alive, especially anyone who looks in the basement, which is off limits to everyone except the brothers.