Wednesday, 21 October 2015
KNOCK KNOCK 
Family man Keanu is home alone for the weekend, when one rainy night two soaking wet young girls knock on the door asking for help, so naturally the gentleman that he is invites them in and things begin to get out of control in the worst (or best?) ways.
Roth, who's known for extreme gore, opts to disturb the viewer with unsettling subject matter and squirm-worthy situations that are at times so outrageous they're hilarious. As always, Keanu's acting goes from embarrassingly terrible to almost believable but it's actually to the two unknown girls (one is Roth's wife) that steal the show with their deliciously psychotic violent tendencies.
The film is pure trash, that may or may not be trying to make a statement but still it's too much bad fun to stop watching.
2½ vinyl collections out of 5