Knock at the Cabin is set to be the next big horror film by acclaimed director M. Night Shyamalan. While details for the movie are still scarce. Viewers can expect frights and plot twist’s galore if it’s anything like Shyamalan’s previous projects.
With a star-studded cast and crew as well. This film is shaping up to be one of the most hotly anticipated horrors of 2023. Here are all the details we know so far about the upcoming horror movie Knock at the Cabin.
The family at the center of “Knock at the Cabin” is played by Jonathan Groff, Ben Aldridge, and Kristen Cui in her acting debut. The four home invaders are played by Nikki Amuka-Bird, Rupert Grint, Abby Quinn, and Dave Bautista as the ominous Leonard.
Knock at the Cabin” Release Date
“Knock at the Cabin” will be released in theaters on Feb. 3, 2023.
Knock At The Cabin Plot
Although the official synopsis of the movie is not yet available, according to the novel The Cabin at the End of the World by Paul G. Tremblay, the story takes place during the apocalypse when a married couple, Andrew and Eric, along with their adopted daughter Wen, spend their holidays in a deserted cabin in New Hampshire.
Their lives are turned upside down when all three family members are held hostage by four people. Redmond, Leonard, Sabrina, and Adriane invade their cabin and command them to kill themselves in order to prevent the apocalypse.
What Knock at the Cabin is about
Loosely based on Paul Tremblay’s 2018 novel “The Cabin at the End of the World. “Knock at the Cabin” will follow a family taking a vacation in a remote cabin in the woods when they’re taken hostage by three strangers claiming to stop the apocalypse.
Bloody Disgusting has reported that they’ve heard the project will be a “home invasion horror film that takes place during the apocalypse.” Suggesting some fascinating new ground for the divisive filmmaker that may conjure up some comparisons to the excellent “10 Cloverfield Lane” or even Jordan Peele’s “Us.”
Because it’s Shyamalan, the only thing we can expect is the unexpected. But I’m hoping this film errs closer to the tight scares of “The Visit” rather than the more bombastic feeling of “Split.” Even though Shyamalan loves to go hard and throw everything in his movies but the kitchen sink. When he does show restraint.
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