Don't Knock Twice is scripted by Nick Ostler and Mark Huckerby. It is directed by “Caradog W James.” The music composition is by James Edward Barker and Steve Moore. Adam Frisch is the cinematographer and Matt Platts-Mills edited the film. Don't Knock Twice is produced by Seymour Films and Red & Black Films. The film has the star cast of Katee Sackhoff, Lucy Boynton, Javier Botet, Nick Moran, Jordan Bolger, Pooneh Hajimohammadi, Richard Mylan and Ania Marson.
Jess was unable to retrieve the possession of her daughter Chloe. Chloe has a boyfriend named Danny. Both of them are trying to play a prank and knock a door of a witch named Mary Aminov, twice. Soon after knocking the door twice, Danny finds something abnormal. Chloe gets haunted by an evil spirit and Danny has gone missing. When her estranged mother asks her to stay with her, Chloe gets there and the whole house is now haunted. While Jess’ model tries to research about the darkness around Chloe, detective Boardman starts investigating about Danny. What happens next? Where is Danny? Who is responsible for all these mishaps? Watch it in theaters!
Katee Sackhoff, Javier Botet and Lucy Boynton didn’t overact and had played their roles well.
Although the story plot seems to be interesting, the screenplay is not much impressive. The film just deals with a puzzle solving script that doesn’t have many adventures. The house set is impressive and the sound effects are also remarkable. To be frank, the film is not much scary as expected.
What’s Not There?
Don't Knock Twice has come with a good plot but a normal filmmaking technique. However, the cinematography, VFX and the sound effects make the audiences travel along with the story. Don't Knock Twice is not much scary but could be watched once!
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