Written by: Michael Den Boer on October 4th, 2017
Theatrical Release Date: 2017
Approximate running time: 55 minutes
Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
Director: Tobias Canto Jr. (Dorm of the Dead)
Producer: Mauricio Gonzalez Beckmann, Tobias Canto Jr., Ron Yakerson
Screenplay: Tobias Canto Jr.
Cinematography: Donavan Seschillie
Cast: Lucas Ayoub, Chuk Hell, Kerry Tartack, Sisi Berry, Rachel Atterson
Synopsis: The tenants of an apartment building try to convince a down on his luck former boxer that the mysterious neighbor down the hall is a vampire.
“Curiosity killed the cat, but satisfaction brought him back.”
How much do we really know about those who we cross paths with in our daily lives? Are they a blood sucking creature of the night or are they just your average Joe? This is precisely the question that drives this film’s narrative.
The plot revolves around a former boxer and three of his neighbors, who try to convince him that the mysterious neighbor down the hall is a vampire. And this film’s narrative is told via recollections of the three neighbors, who have all had bizarre encounters the mysterious neighbor.
The characters are well defined and the cast are very good in their respective roles. With this film’s most memorable performance being Lucas Ayoub The Mysterious Neighbor. Ultimately Knock Knock is a very satisfying mix of humor and things that go bump in the night.
A trailer for Knock Knock can be found here.
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