What do you do when evil lurks at home… but leaving only makes things worse? You’re about to find out in Netflix’s new horror flick, No One Gets Out Alive.

The movie follows Ambar (Cristina Rodlo) as an immigrant in search of the American dream. But when she’s forced to take a room in a boarding house, she finds herself in a nightmare she can’t escape.

Check out the ominous trailer below:

No One Gets Out Alive is based on the bestselling novel of the same name by Adam Nevill. The trailer showcases plenty of creeping dread, as well as a few ominous warnings about how leaving the evil home could actually make things worse.

Here’s the full official description from Netflix:

Ambar (Cristina Rodlo) is embarking on her American Dream after years spent dutifully tending to her terminally ill mother in Mexico. She arrives in Cleveland illegally, with very little money and unsuitable clothing for what’s expected to be the coldest winter on record. After finding cash-in-hand work at a local garment factory, she rents the cheapest room available from Red (Marc Menchaca) in a near derelict boarding house.

Kept awake by the other tenants’ sobbing, disturbing nightmares and strange unearthly noises echoing from the basement, Ambar begins to wonder exactly who – or what – lives inside the house with them. Soon it becomes clear that Ambar has walked into a trap, one where she will soon be introduced to the evil that has been lurking in the basement. Ambar must fight to escape her living nightmare, but in a house where no one listens to the screams, will she ever get out alive?

No One Gets Out Alive comes from writers Jon Croker and Fernanda Coppel. Santiago Menghini directs. David Bruckner, who directed the adaptation of another Nevill novel, The Ritual, executive produces the film. Additional executive producers include Nevill, Croker, Andy Serkis, and Philip Robertson.

No One Gets Out Alive poster

No One Gets Out Alive arrives on Netflix September 29.

Source: Netflix