TRIBAL: GET OUT ALIVE (2020) Reviews and overview


‘Action is about to get brutal’

Tribal: Get Out Alive is a 2020 British science-fiction action horror feature film about a security team facing an unknown enemy in a remote property.

Directed by Matt Routledge from a screenplay written by Johnny Walker, the Silent D Pictures production stars Zara Phythian (Transit 17; Cannibals and Carpet Fitters; Knights of the Damned), Ross O’Hennessy (Dragon Kingdom; Apostle; Knights of the Damned), Rachel Warren (Pentagram; Black Ops; The Snare), Thomas Dodd, Valerie Thomas (In Search of Fear; Return of the Devil’s Child; 13: The Haunted) and Grayson James Matthews.


Elite military personnel Caitlin Ross retires from service after suffering from PTSD. Along with former team member and close friend Brad Johnson, they opted for the ‘easy life’ and now lead a small security firm.

The company are hired by young, troublesome millionaire Richard Kenning to clear and secure the land and property he has recently inherited. Rumours and stories surrounding the land and buildings are dismissed until people start disappearing and the team end up locked in with no escape. It soon becomes apparent they are being hunted and the race is on to get out alive…


Tribal: Get Out Alive will be released on iTunes on 17th August 2020.

Reviews [click links to read more]:

“This movie has the gory goods in spades. Brutal with a capital B. But don’t worry, the gore doesn’t overshadow the action, because Routledge (himself a martial artist) makes sure he satisfies the action crowd with some truly badass fight scenes.” Ultimate Action Movies

“Unfortunately, what Tribal: Get Out Alive delivers is something less than satisfying. It takes nearly half an hour to get into the tunnels, and then there’s not much time spent in them. […] Which leaves Tribal: Get Out Alive as a fairly generic low budget action film with the odd moment of unimpressive gore.” Voices from the Balcony

Cast and characters:

Zara Phythian … Caitlin
Ross O’Hennessy … Brad
Rachel Warren … Rebecca
Thomas Dodd … Richard Kenning
Valerie Thomas … Maya
Grayson James Matthews … Ollie
Charlene Aldridge … Jen
Kenan Ali … Mute
Yahya Baggash … Mute
Kirsty Bartle … Protestor
Steve Bates … Mute
Kelsey Baxtor … Homeless Person
Kerry Beard … Office Worker
Crystal Maria Bhatti … Mute
Lewis Blackburn … Mute

Technical details:

86 minutes