Get out your dream journals kids, because Eli Roth‘s new movie finally has a trailer. The gristly horror director had a good run in 2014 despite some setbacks with cannibalism project Green Inferno, and Clown on which he served as producer. Now he’s hitting the ground running in 2015 with something a little closer to home.
The Wrap is reporting that Knock Knock, Roth’s latest project, has its first full trailer release from Lionsgate, giving a peek into the life of a family man who invites two seemingly stranded women into his home, only to be seduced, held hostage and tortured by them. Interested? Course you are you dang weirdo. Here’s the trailer, courtesy of The Wrap:
Well that was disturbing. The film definitely has that down home Eli Roth flavour, with his exposed nerve style of horror. Keanu Reeves is stepping things up after the entertaining but at times wooden John Wick with what appears to be a convincingly desperate man who’s family picked the wrong weekend to leave town. The psychotic girls are played by Lorenza Izzo and Ana de Armas.
Roth directs and wrote the script with Aftershock cowriters Nicolas Lopez and Guillermo Amoeba.
This film could be terrifying, but it could also be the best thing to ever happen to the institution of marriage.
Will you be answering the door?