The logo for WWE Films at the front of the 'No One Lives' red band trailer may frighten away some of the potential audience, but there's no denying that the rest of the trailer looks like a pretty solid genre exercise. Watch if for yourself below!

Unlike other films that bear the WWE brand (who have partnered with Anchor Bay to release the film), 'No One Lives' doesn't spotlight any wrestlers. The star of the show is the on-the-rise Luke Evans, who plays one half of a wealthy couple who find themselves harassed and then abducted by a gang of vicious bikers in the backwoods. However, things are not as they seem and Evans' character fights back with gruesome consequences.

'No One Lives' premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival last year and is director Ryuhei Kitamura first American film since the (actually kinda' great) 'Midnight Meat Train' came and went back in 2008. The red band trailer shows us that he can still bring the gore, which for many horror fans, will be more than enough.

'No One Lives' arrives in theaters on May 10th. The trailer below is definitely NSFW. A tip of the hat to The Film Stage for bringing this trailer to our attention.