Watch Keanu Reeves Get Seduced, Then Terrorized, in 'Knock Knock' Trailer

Eli Roth's horror movie centers on a father who lets two nubile and willing ladies into his house one rainy night while his family is out, only to find his guests unwilling to leave and with plans of their own.

A good deed goes horribly wrong for Keanu Reeves in Knock Knock.

Eli Roth's horror movie stars Reeves as a father who lets two nubile and willing ladies into his house one rainy night while his family is out, only to find his guests unwilling to leave and with plans of their own.

The film, which modernizes Peter Traynor’s 1977 film Death Game — also features Lorenza Izzo, Ana de Armas, Aaron Burns, Ignacia Allam andand Colleen Camp.

In the new trailer for the movie, Reeves' Evan Webber realizes the extent of his mistake when the two ladies first seduce, then terrorize, him.

Lionsgate nabbed rights to the movie after it debuted at Sundance in January. It's set for a U.K. release June 26; a domestic release date has not yet been announced.

Watch the trailer below and an exclusive interview with Reeves at Sundance above.

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