Eli Roth is known for his grisly, gory style of horror, most notably in his Hostel films. With his new film, Knock Knock, however, the director is shifting towards the psychological side of the horror spectrum.
The film, which stars Keanu Reeves, is inspired by 1977’s Death Game. Roth chose not to reveal much in this brief teaser trailer, but it is established that Reeves’ character is a married man who finds two alluring-yet-dangerous strangers at his door.
Knock Knock also marks Roth’s debut at the Sundance Film Festival, according to AV Club. Aside from festival showings, an official release date has yet to be set.