New Trailer Arrives For Eli Roth’s ‘Knock Knock’ Starring Keanu Reaves | Film Trailer
Things get really good for family man Keanu Reeves, and then they get really bad. The first trailer for Eli Roth’s (Cabin Fever, Hostel, The Green Inferno) sexy home intruder film Knock Knock surfaced on the internet today and sadly, not much is left to the imagination. Inspired by Death Game (1977), the film is about a father and husband (Reeves) that lets two beautiful women (Lorenza Izzo and Anna De Armas) into his family home during a storm while his wife and kids are away.
After succumbing to his sexual appetite in the form of a steamy ménage-a-trois, Reeves certainly gets more than he bargained for as the girls use him as a pawn for their sadistic games. The trailer resonates with similar themes in Hard Candy (2005) and Funny Games(1997, with a remake in 2007), but (in the spirit of Eli Roth) with more bewbs. The film premiered at Sundance and Lionsgate has acquired the film for release sometime this year, although a formal release date has not been announced.
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