Entertainment Weekly | 'Knock Knock' Review


Like its title, the set-up of Eli Roth’s Knock Knock feels like a joke, albeit an enticingly sick one. Keanu Reeves, fresh off the career-resuscitating action flick John Wick, plays a happily married architect whose wife and kids head off to the beach for the weekend, leaving him all alone in his sleek, glass-and-steel modern home somewhere in or around Los Angeles. With some sorely-needed me-time on tap and a storm approaching, he puts on some vintage Kiss records, cracks open a bottle of red, and is about to spark up some recreational reefer when there’s a knock at his door.

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