HAVING SEX WITH STRANGE WOMEN ASKING FOR HELP AT YOUR FRONT DOOR WILL COME BACK TO HAUNT YOU
Keanu Reeves, exceptional actor of revolutionary cinematic experiences such as Speed and The Matrix, has found himself in a little predicament. In his new film, Knock Knock, Reeves plays a family man who says goodbye to his family and is then greeted to two young women at his front door shivering in the rain. He tries to do the right thing by inviting them in to use his phone…and letting them shower…and then having a threesome with them…but things naturally go awry. After his extramarital affairs, Reeves’ character is treated to the same women coming back for more and I’m not talking about his peen. Director/writer Eli Roth had something else in mind.
Whomever cut this trailer sure knew exactly what they were doing. Let’s lead with shots of Keanu with his family! And of him holding a puppy! See, viewers? He’s a family man! Uh-oh. What’s that knock at the door? Two young women drenched from the rain? What should Keanu do? Bang the shit out of them, naturally! Double uh-oh! They’re back to terrorize him! Must be that time of the month!! Will they let him live or die? Only time will tell.
Thin plot aside, I have to confess that I am looking forward to the cheap screams and laughs this Horror/Thriller will surely provide. I terribly miss my classic slasher films but Roth, who serves as the executive producer for the remake of his breakout film Cabin Fever, has done a decent job at ushering in a new expectation with the Horror genre.
No matter what, let this movie serve as a warning to all young men: giving the D to two strange women naturally means they will come back to terrorize your life.
Knock Knock is scheduled to be released June 26, 2015.