For his first time Eli Roth premiered a film at the Sundance Film Festival on friday. His new film ‘Knock Knock’ is a psychological thriller which stars Keanu Reeves, and is a departure from his previous blood and gore focused films. Reeves plays a father who gets more than be bargained for when he allows two attractive women into his home one night while his family is away. Roth said the film “marks a turning point in my life.” While being quite different than his previous films, fans should still enjoy his new psychological horror flick, because despite the lack of gore, the film still has plenty of Roth’s trademark combo of over the top horror and humor. In addition to Reeves, the film also stars Lorenza Izzo, Ana de Armas, Ignacia Allamand, Aaron Burns, and Colleen Camp.
Source: The Hollywood Reporter