ByCraig Whyel, writer at
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Craig Whyel

Keanu Reeves stars in Knock, Knock, a horror thriller film by Lion’s Gate.

He plays Evan Webber, a successful architect and happily married husband/father. Evan nurses a shoulder injury and his impossibly blond family leaves him behind to go on a beach trip while he recuperates.

Things get interesting when two nubile, rain-soaked young ladies (played by Lorenza Izzo and Ana De Armas) show up at his home looking for a party.

Temptation arrives, soaked to the bone.
Temptation arrives, soaked to the bone.

Turns out they are at the wrong address and their cell phones are out of service. Evan allows them in to get help and since their ride to the party is nearly an hour away, they make themselves at home.

Then the weirdness begins by way of a threesome.

Things worsen the next day when the ladies decide they have no intention of leaving.

It gets deadly serious from there.

Knock, Knock was directed by Eli Roth. According to Variety, Knock, Knock is an updated version of a 1970s era exploitation film, Death Game.

It was filmed on location in Chile last year.

Knock, Knock, which is rated “R,” is released October 9th.

Keanu Reeves has three films in post-production, including the Neon Demon, which also stars Jena Malone and Christina Hendricks. It is slated for release in March 2016.

Earlier this year it was announced that Keanu Reeves will reprise his role as a former hitman and the title character in John Wicks 2.


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