I was not a fan of the first "Knock Knock" film which littered the Walmart bargain bins until I picked up a copy. I am not sure what this film has to do with the first one.
Nothing says cheap like a 911 transcript, hand held cameras, and people screaming in the dark. Four young adults, whose acting careers were over before they started, decide to do their own Hollywood haunted tour, visiting famous locations of grizzly murders, suicides, and hauntings. Don't worry, if you were napping when they read about the Black Dahlia, they re-read it again and again. I did scream during the third reading, but not out of fright. Now this wouldn't make for too bad of a film in itself if they had more than $20 to spend on a script and special effects. Toss in a creepy GPS navigator that takes them to the haunted home, some red dyed Karo syrup, and a shower scene and you got yourself a classic.
They eventually make it to a 1666 house and get locked in where it is deemed that bad acting and filming is a capital offense. Writer, director, producer Chris Sheng now owes me an apology and $2.00.
PARENTAL GUIDANCE: F-bomb, no sex, no nudity. Sex talk.