Nobody Loves Alice is about Alice, a sad and lonely woman who always dreamed of finding the right person to be with. Her dreams come true when she befriends a bunch of her co-workers and Abigail, one of her co-workers wants to test her soon to be husband's fidelity. Alice finds herself falling in love with him, as they first meet.
Nobody Loves Alice is the most shocking psychological horror film that I've seen this year, so far. Writer/Director Roger A Scheck provides a very shocking character study here. Its one of those movies that rely, for the most part on character development. It does that so that you are interested in the characters. Scheck does a very good job spending time developing on the two main characters. He does that by going into the background of the main character, and focusing on the struggles of the person that going through, what it's like to have someone you love being abducted. Scheck also doesn't go kill crazy like in the recent torture-porn films even thought there are some moments in the film. He does that by focusing on building the suspense, as it helped some of those moments be shocking. Scheck's direction was very good, as he manages to get his actors to play their roles perfectly.
The acting in the film was also very good. You know that you're enjoying a serious horror film, when you're into the characters and the performances of the film. The cast had very good chemistry with each other, as their performances were very good. The film also has a couple of great female performances from Nitzan Mager and Amanda Taylor. First, Nitzan Mager was very good as the lead. She played her character very well, as she made the character very shy that you feel sorry for her and very psychotic whenever she needed to. Also, Amanda Taylor was very good playing the co-worker searching desperately for her boyfriend. The performance was very good, as she really sold her character very well. It felt realistic and never got too carried away.
Nobody Loves Alice is a psychological horror film that will satisfy those that are looking for dark storytelling and shocking gore moments.