No Good Deed Gets a Gripping Trailer

‘First he gets into your house. Then he gets into your head’

Idris Elba is becoming quite the actor. After ‘Luther’ and breaking into The Avengers as Heimbell and then landing a major role in Pacific Rim, it seems this man is unstoppable. Now he finds himself playing a severely unhinged prisoner who has managed to escape. When a wife and mother’s comfortable life is unexpectedly threatened by a stranger who talks his way into her house, it becomes a fight or flight scenario.

From what we can see, this appears to be something of a horror slash thriller nature. To be honest Elba has only ever really played the good guy and here it seems he is very much at the opposite end of the scale. Even from the snippets we get here, it looks like he has put in another excellent performance and even looks a bit scary! Acting alongside Elba as the terrified protective mother is Taraji P. Henson best known for her character in TV series ‘Person of Interest’ as well as Leslie Bibb who has previously been inĀ ‘The Following.’ Directed by The Bill’s Sam Miller, No Good Deed has been left in good hands when it comes to crime and suspense.

Due for release for this Halloween, 31st October this appears to be rather fitting. Take a peak at the trailer and let fear, terror and courage consume you. This certainly looks like its going to be an action-fueled crime thriller with one hell of a leading actor fronting it. Feel free to let us know how No Good Deed is going to pan out.

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Gloria Daniels-Moss

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Hey guys! I'm Gloria Daniels-Moss, a former student and graduate of Canterbury Christ Church University where I had the pleasure to study English and most importantly Film! I enjoy everything from Silent Cinema to bullets flying across the screen - all thanks to Scorsese and Tarantino. On a rare occasion I have even been known to enjoyed the odd rom-com dare I say it. In my spare time I write reviews on my own blog page (, am currently writing a TV series and have recently been lucky enough to produce and direct (even star) in some music videos for local artists. Anyway, I hope you enjoy reading my work and I promise it won't all be waffle.