Eli Roth has certainly cemented himself as one of the leading king's of horror for this generation. From his writing, directing, starring and producing credits in such films as "Cabin Fever" and "Hostel", the triple threat has certainly brought a lot of evil things to the big-screen. Now comes word of his next project "Knock Knock", which will see him return to the director's chair.
The film will reunite him with his "Aftershock" co-writers Nicolas Lopez and Guillermo Amoedo, where Roth produced and starred in the picture. The story of "Knock Knock" will follow two girls who seduce a married man in his own home and create chaos in his picture perfect life. If Roth is involved, we can only anticipate that the film will end in murder.
The next film we'll see of Roth's is "The Green Inferno", which will hit the states in September. He directed that film and also wrote the script with Lopez and Amoedo, so the trio have apparently hit their artistic stride collaborating together.
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