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Knock Knock [DVD] [2015]

  • SKU: 4639720
  • Release Date: 12/08/2015
  • Rating: R
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    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    78% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (383 out of 496)

    Special Features


    • "The Art of Destruction: The Making of Knock Knock" featurette
    • Audio commentary by Eli Roth, Lorenza Izzo, Nicolás López and Colleen Camp
    • Deleted scenes with optional commentary by Eli Roth
    • Stills gallery

    Synopsis


    Knock Knock
    Evan (Keanu Reeves) , a devoted father, is left home alone for a weekend while his family vacations. During a thunderstorm, two teenage girls (Lorenza Izzo and Ana de Armas) knock on his door to use the telephone. Evan is seduced by the girls, but his one night of indulgence turns deadly when the teens overstay their welcome and begin a sadistic game of cat and mouse. Horror veteran Eli Roth directs this thriller. ~ Daniel Gelb, Rovi

    Cast & Crew


    • Keanu Reeves
      Keanu Reeves - Evan Webber
    • Lorenza Izzo
      Lorenza Izzo - Genesis
    • Ana deArmas
      Ana deArmas - Bel
    • Image coming soon
      Aaron Burns - Louis
    • Ignacia Allamand
      Ignacia Allamand - Karen Alvarado



    Customer rating

    Rating 3.7 out of 5 stars with 496 reviews

    78%
    would recommend to a friend
    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Was okay for me!!!

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      stylez562
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      4 stars is high but for two reasons, 1: Keanu's acting is by far his best in many years. 2: Eli Roth manages to get humor in the one place I least expected it, the very end, and it works, or at least I was laughing. The film itself is okay, not bad, not great. The two female baddies are unexpectedly hot, especially the spanish gal(that accent) and equally scary when you don't know what they will do next. Two angry "teenage" girls with all the power and control and no one home or nearby for days? No thanks. From the moment the girls take over it gets pretty suspenseful and equally uncomfortable. I kinda felt helpless myself as I wondered "what would I do"?? The cinematography isn't very flashy or stylish but it doesn't really need to be. There is one sequence in the beggining with a nice long tracking shot showing the beautiful house and family photos on the wall, in the end the exact same shot occurs only this time showing the destruction the chicks left behind. I like the comparison. Keanu's acting is superb. It literally is the best I've seen him act, Eli must have some mind power over him because he rose to the occasion. When he gets hurt(and bad) I really REALLY bought his yelling and screaming. Its not the best role he has ever had, I'm saying he pulled out acting chops I had no idea he had. I believed he was terrified, I believed he was a father and husband. The 2nd and 3rd act, most of his dialogue was something I would have said, or the average person would have said, not really thinking EVERY LITTLE THING through like they do in a movie, but just acting on reflex/instinct. Wow Keanu, wow.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Enter With Caution!

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      JB19
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      Knock Knock is a home invasion thriller / cautionary tale written and directed by Eli Roth. Unlike the violence of his other works, (e.g. Hostel), Knock Knock plays out on a psychological level as a waking nightmare. The setting and cinematography are key to the film's success, and these technical elements are excellent. Aside from a few missteps, the performances work . The film's strength lies in the chemistry between the duo of Lorenza Izzo and Ana de Armas, who shines. Keanu Reeves has been better, but he has still has some good moments in here. This movie isn't as good as it could have been, as it misses opportunities to explore themes that would've served it well, but it's not as bad as many reviews have stated. There are many things that do work well in Knock Knock! There's no option for 3.5 stars, so Im'm giving it 4. Sometimes it's fun to sit back and watch the insanity, and for that, Knock Knock is a fun 'midnite' movie full of cheap thrills and craziness! There's an audience here for fans of the genre. At the right price, and for the cautionary lessons alone, Knock Knock is recommended!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Keanu Does it Again

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      reviewinlu
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      Keanu Reeves is interesting because having been in Hollywood and movies for so long and consistently showing up year by year in movies I don't think he's considered a top tier talent on the level he was when the Matrix franchise was at its height in popularity. But having said that, in recent years he's made a pretty good living showing up in a variety of genre films and seemingly always improving on the concept that at first the tagging or summery of said film would be eye rolling or immediately passed over. Much like he recently with John Wick. Keanu teams up with a director who knows what their doing in their particular genre, in this instance Eli Roth and then he gives it his best effort throwing himself into the roll preconceived notions be damned. He can't be boxed in. This movie isn't your typical horror film its more thriller and based in tension. It's a psychological thriller, you'll be putting yourself in Keanu's shows and asking yourself if you'd make the same decisions. A tiny, easy to be missed movie, but one you should definitely check out.

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    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      KNOCK KNOCK KEANU REEVES

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      JOHNNYANGEL2010
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      Keanu Reeves’ whiny monologue comparing an act of infidelity to “free pizza” is a moment that seems destined for cult canonization in “Knock Knock,” Eli Roth’s glossy and reasonably fun update of Peter Traynor’s 1977 exploitation movie “Death Game.” The original film isn’t credited as the source of the screenplay, but this is, by any reasonable definition, a remake, faithfully preserving most of the first movie’s plot beats while adding better acting, Uber and FaceTime. (One of the stars of “Death Game,” Colleen Camp, has a small role and serves as producer; her co-star Sondra Locke and Traynor get exec producer credits.) Modest commercial results seem possible; “Knock Knock” will probably go down as the better of the two home-invasion films, not least because Reeves makes a better punching bag than Seymour Cassel.

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    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Weird but interesting movie

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      DonH
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      I rented this awhile back cause it had good word of mouth. Figured Keanu Reeves in a home invasion type scenario should be good. I didn't expect what I was gonna watch. SLIGHT SPOILER BELOW The movie overall is good but prepare yourself for the risque/twisted turn it takes. I've seen more messed up movies but this one kinda took me by surprise. Definitely worth the watch, I grabbed it to own when I saw it for $4.99 on blu ray as thats definitely a price I can get behind.

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    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Better than expected

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      filmbuff
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      After all the negative reviews I'd read online I was hesitant to get this, even though I'm a huge Eli Roth fan. Most of the negative comments seemed to be focused on Keanu, as if this was actually happening to him! lol People, he's an actor, playing a role. I can understand why Reeves was attracted to this role. He actually got to do some REAL acting instead of miming the stoic, plastic indestructible "hero" he often gets cast as. A refreshing change for him, I'm sure. Is this the greatest suspense thriller ever filmed? No. Is it worth a look? Absolutely! In fact, for a low budget thriller, you get a lot of bang for your buck!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Beware of sexy women asking for directions

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      Gothamite
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      Knock Knock is a dark psychosexual thriller from director Eli Roth (Hostel, Hostel II) staring Keanu Reeves. Reeves steps out of his usual action movie comfort zone to portray a loving husband who makes the terrible mistake of helping two lost women who come looking for directions at his front door one stormy night. Things quickly go awry and what follows is a non-stop, violent thrill ride filled with twists, turns and a good dose of dark humor. This is a departure for director Roth who steps away from the horror genre he is best know for to deliver a sleek, fast-paced, gory thriller guaranteed to keep viewers on the edge of their seats.

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Better than I thought

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      TomD
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      ok i read all the awful reviews for this i mean people beat this up bad so I bought it to see how bad could it be Well its not bad at all and i am being totally serious I laughed really hard Free Pizza comes to mind see the movie youll get it It is a crazy film it is far from awful I have watched awful before "Muck" is awful The bad part is the weird visual stuff going on Very clear nice picture then out of nowhere there is awful banding I dont get it but whatever its the best i can see it so im good Check it out people troll alot and bust on Roths movies but I liked this Funny stuff

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