Knock Knock | DVD review – Lorenza Izzo & Ana de Armas have mind games in store for Keanu Reeves

Left to his own devices when his wife and kids take off for the beach, Keanu Reeves’ ill-fated family man succumbs to temptation after two nubile young temptresses (Lorenza Izzo, Ana de Armas) turn up dripping wet on his doorstep in the middle of a rainstorm in Knock Knock.

Chivalrously letting the seemingly innocent girls in to wait for a taxi is the first of his many bad moves in this psychological thriller cum perverse moral fable. The duo have a twisted scheme up their sleeves – and so does Hostel director Eli Roth, ditching the gore of his previous horror outings in favour of sadistic mind games and fashioning a Fatal Attraction for the era of Uber and Facetime.

Certificate 18. Runtime 99 mins. Director Eli Roth.

Knock Knock is released by Entertainment in Video on DVD and Blu-Ray on 19th October.

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