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Eli Roth Will Be Directing Keanu-F*cking-Reeves!!

Knock knock? Who’s there? HOW. COOL. IS. THIS?!

Deadline reports that Keanu Reeves has just committed to star for Eli Roth (Hostel, Cabin Fever) in Knock Knock, a psychological thriller that Roth wrote and will direct.

Reeves will play a happily married family man who’s left alone for the weekend. Two beautiful girls show up at his house, and turn his life upside down.

Those femme fatales will be played by The Green Inferno‘s Lorenza Izzo, adds the site, and Ana de Armas.

Ignacia Allamand, who also starred in Green Inferno, plays the man’s wife. Colleen Camp, a catalyst in assembling this film as producer, will also play a role, as will Aaron Burns, who also just worked with Roth in The Green Inferno.

Roth starts production April 14 in Santiago, Chile.

This sums up my thoughts pretty well…



  • dirtyghettok

    You lost me at Eli Roth… dude needs to bow out since all of his creative juices are gone. Just saying.

    • ChildoftheKoRn

      Although I’m not disregarding your opinion. I personally enjoyed Aftershock, and I look forward to eventually watching Green Inferno.

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  • haruspex

    Does Eli Roth own this site or give money to it? He was a one trick pony. Hostel 1 was very good. Nothing he’s ever done since then was worth watching much less promoting. Eli Roth is in the same category as Uwe Boll. Sick of hearing about him. I understand he makes horror movies so it should be on the site but every time it is, it’s like the site is on his jock.

  • WalkingDeadGuy

    I’m not the biggest ‘Cabin Fever’ fan, however, ‘Hostel’ was good and ‘Hostel 2’ was brilliant. I can’t judge him on ‘The Green Inferno’ as I’ve yet to see it, but his (directorial) track record is pretty solid thus far so I’ll watch his new flick.

  • ThunderDragoon

    I loved Hostel and Hostel 2. The other movies I’ve seen from him I haven’t cared for, but I do like him.

  • Tomie Kawakami

    *crickets chirping*

  • markajacoby

    How exciting! A director who can’t direct directing an actor who can’t act. I know I’ll be the first in line for this one

  • McGilli

    Here we go again – so many ‘horror’ fans disappointed that a horror director is making a new movie. I feel sad for you all who can’t let go of reality for a few hours and have fun in someone else’s work.

  • haruspex

    “I feel sad for you all who can’t let go of reality for a few hours and have fun in someone else’s work.”

    I feel sad for you wasting time and money on a shitty movie. Me personally I don’t have the time and money to waste. Director’s are like professional fighters with records. If you see someone with 2 wins and 10 losses, the fighter will probably lose. I don’t bet on shit tier fighters and I don’t buy tickets to shit tier movies. There are plenty of good movies out there to watch and I’d rather watch them.

    • goldo1107

      That is the dumbest analogy I ever heard.You can’t compare fighters to Directors or actors lol. You did it though. So if the analogy is dumb what does that make you?

      • haruspex

        The fact that you can’t understand the correlation of that simple analogy let’s me understand a little more about why you like Eli Roth.

        • K-Dogg

          I love Eli Roth, and I don’t think I’m a dummy, but if you want, you can call me stupid too.

  • RubenVeritas

    Keanu who?

  • mfcmk1

    AWESOME!! I can’t wait for this and Green Inferno!!! Roth kicks ass!!!

  • joeshmo447

    Favorite horror director! Just wish he’d hurry up and make more movies…that acting/producing/writing break was not needed just get movies out there! Your best as director

  • Evan3

    I have to say, I like Keanu Reeves. Limited talent? Sure. Could there have been a better Neo? A better dude in the Replacements? Point Break? Bill and Ted? No! He usually does exactly what he needs to do to rock the roles he chooses.

  • DeadInHell

    Eli Roth just seems intent on never living up to the promise of his early films. I enjoyed Cabin Fever. And Hostel, despite further popularizing the dreadful torture porn subgenre, was actually rather good in its own right. Since then he’s been floundering. The only decent thing he’s done since Hostel is the fake trailer for Thanksgiving. Hostel II was a dull rehash. Aftershock was crap. The Green Inferno is a pointless retread of an already pointless and shitty film. He just seems to have lost whatever modicum of inspiration originally made him stand out in the genre.

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