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Knock, Knock (Unrated Director's Cut)
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A good storyline should not be lost on the grounds that there's a "formula" that tells you that two shower scenes and a lot of blood sells. Could have been a really good movie.
a good story ,a great tag line.
Too bad the characters were so unbelievable..Like the big breasted blonde bimbo for the police detective"Yea ok".
The killings were done in fast motion so you couldn't really see what was going on most of the time although there were a couple of redeeming kill scenes
like the blow torch and the shower scene.
The acting was off the charts bad..and it was very predictable..
The mask the killer used was like a generic Leather face mask..
I only bought this because I was in WalMart,needed a movie to watch,saw a copy of this and the cover and the pics in the back made it look good as did the synopsis.
The film starts off in typical B horror fashion as a young smoking hot chick is home alone wearing very skimpy clothes when she hears a knock at the door. She goes to answer and nobody is there, yeah big suprise. After she shuts the door it happens again and again until she finally runs out and challenges whoever is doing the knocking. Since nobody calls her out on the challenge she hops back into the house where she devises the master plan of shutting the door then looking through the peep hole to finally catch the trickster. As she has her face up on the door a hand busts through and she gets killed. Maybe if she had a reverse peephole like Kramer she would have lived but in this case she bites it. Now the film switches gears to a group of high school d bags who you really want to see get wacked.Read more ›
I'm not sure what it is that caused such a violent reaction from me. Could it be that the actors have all of the nuance and believably of porn stars? Could it be that the writers seemed to have tossed a bunch of words and random plot points into a hat, gotten drunk, and drew them out and strung them together at random? Could it be that there was not a single redeeming quality to this whole film-length mess?
The answer is yes. All of these things make this movie, by far, the worst thing I have ever been forced to sit through (and I was forced at a horrible party), in my entire life.
Not only would I never recommend this movie, even to my worst enemy, I wish that I was still back in that wonderful place where I had no idea that it existed.
Basically this movie is about a group of popular high school teenagers in a small town being haunted by the demonic spirit of a murdered teen who grew up in the town (typical B horror movie plot, right?) The murdered teen was a guy named Rico whose father was the pall bearer of a funeral home. One day while playing with a friend in the basement of the funeral home, some bullies came by and pranked Rico by locking him inside of a casket. The prank went awry when they accidentally burned the funeral home down with Rico inside, who burned to death. A generation later, the bullies are adults with teenage kids, about to pay for the crime of their past because Rico is back from the dead.
Instead of targeting those responsible for his death, Rico insteads kills off their kids one by one in some of the most gruesome ways. A female detective and a retired, beat up cop team up to trace down this killer before it's too late. A mentally challenged janitor at the kids' high school, who was in the basement with Rico the day he died, plays a big part in them finding Rico. The killer in this movie looks a lot like a cheap, low budget version of Leatherface. He's got a paper mask that almost resembles Leatherface's and the rest of his attire looks like Leatherface's as well.
The plot of the movie is typical but seems like it'd be enjoyable. Unfortunately the writers didn't go all the way with the plot and mid-way through, the movie becomes mediocre to watch.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is honestly the scariest movie I have ever seen. My friends and I were watching it and we only got not even halfway through without turning it off and my friend almost threw... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Wasn't as good as the first time I saw it back in the day I felt like I wasted my money.Published 10 months ago by Renata Brown
I try to give all horror movies a chance, some are genius and some are an insult to the horror genre. Read morePublished on October 7, 2013 by Mary Shaw
i could not find this movie till my partner got it from blockbuster online its a grerat gory movie if u like these and the killer is ruthless and non stop killingPublished on February 28, 2013 by kevin jolin`
I'd maybe go 3.5 stars if I could.
The best part about this movie is the plot. As a true horror fan, I want reasons for what is occuring, and I like not really knowing... Read more
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I can still count the number of movies I have abandoned--turned off halfway through with no intention of ever... Read more
Really bad. Dont waste your time. I could have spent my time doing sometthing better. I watched it on netflix. What a waste of timePublished on March 6, 2012 by Myealin
This is a retro slasher throwback to the revenge flicks of the 80's. The movie is fair and has some good elements, some bad elements, and some giggle-worthy good-bad elements. Read morePublished on May 20, 2011 by Robert F. Powers