Premiering at Sundance Film Festival 2015, Knock Knock stars Keanu Reeves as Evan, a husband and father who is left alone for the weekend, only to encounter two stranded women who knock on his door for help while his wife and children are out of town. He lets them in to dry off from the storm, and the kind gesture of goodwill quickly turns into a dangerous evening of seduction. Eli Roth directed and co-wrote the film, with Reeves starring along side Lorenza Izzo and Ana de Armas as the damsels in seemingly distress. After it's debut at Utah's infamous film festival, Knock Knock was picked up by Lionsgate for $2.5 million.
Bustle acquired an exclusive clip from the film, which foreshadows the possibly deadly night Reeves' character may have in store. "You don't look that dangerous," Evan says to the young women he just let inside his home. "Worst case scenario, I know I can take the both of you," he says rather fortuitously.
Through the film's trailer, we can already guess to the sorts of things Evan is subjected to during his unexpected evening: Being tied up, being tortured, and engaging in sexual acts with the two women. Knock Knock is in theaters and On Demand on October 9th. Watch the exclusive clip below:
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