‘Don’t Knock Twice’ Tells Urban Legend In the Vein of ‘Candyman’

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Content announced today that it will be re-uniting with Caradog James and John Giwa-Amu of Red & Black Films on their latest title Don’t Knock Twice, with worldwide pre-sales to begin at the European Film Market in Berlin.

Caradog James (The Machine, Little White Lies) will direct from a script by Mark Huckerby and Nick Ostler.

In the vein of Candyman and The Ring, Don’t Knock Twice is a psychologically terrifying, twisted urban legend which is set to begin pre-production spring of 2014.

Don’t Knock Twice will be produced by John Giwa-Amu and Seymour Films’ Claire Moorsom. Content’s Jamie Carmichael will serve as Executive Producer.

 
  • BradouttaHell

    Poster seems confusing to me…. A creepy hand knocking with the tag line “Pray she doesn’t answer” ? Wouldn’t the evil female (thing or whatever) have to be on the other side of the door to answer?

    • MaryMaria

      I read it as two different ways. Like calling out ‘Candyman’ to summon, well, Candyman, he ‘answers’ your call. I assume this is similar in that you summon this freaky-deaky monster so ‘pray she doesn’t answer’ is like saying ‘we hope the urban legend’s false and that she doesn’t actually show up.’ It could also mean, however, ‘pray she doesn’t answer’ as in, ‘let’s hope the girl who summoned beastie doesn’t actually answer the door to let in that baddie.’

      • BradouttaHell

        Now that’s something I can buy into.