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Save your family or save humanity. Make the choice.
While vacationing at a remote cabin, a young girl and her two fathers are taken hostage by four armed strangers who demand that the family make an unthinkable choice to avert the apocalypse. With limited access to the outside world, the family must decide what they believe before all is lost.

Adult Status :
Movie ID : 631842
Movie Language : en
Original Title: Knock at the Cabin
Popularity : 1907.016
Release : 2023-02-01
Movie Title : Knock at the Cabin
Rate : 6.4
Vote Count : 1055
Genre IDs : 27,9648,53
Genres : Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Tagline : Save your family or save humanity. Make the choice.
Revenue : 52000000
Runtime : 100
Status : Released

Movie Collection

Collection ID :
Collection Name :

Movie Production Studio

Company Name : Blinding Edge Pictures
Budget : 20000000
HomePage : https://www.knockatthecabin.com
IMDB ID : tt15679400
Country Code : CN
Country Name :
Spoken Language : English
Company ID : 12236
Company Logo : [COMPANYLOGO]
Company Country : US


Casts and Crews


  1. Dave Bautista ( Dave Bautista ) Acting as Leonard

  2. Jonathan Groff ( Jonathan Groff ) Acting as Eric

  3. Ben Aldridge ( Ben Aldridge ) Acting as Andrew

  4. Kristen Cui ( Kristen Cui ) Acting as Wen

  5. Nikki Amuka-Bird ( Nikki Amuka-Bird ) Acting as Sabrina

  6. Rupert Grint ( Rupert Grint ) Acting as Redmond

  7. Abby Quinn ( Abby Quinn ) Acting as Adriane

  8. Clare Louise Frost ( Clare Louise Frost ) Acting as Infomercial Co-Host

  9. McKenna Kerrigan ( McKenna Kerrigan ) Acting as Andrew's Mom

  10. Odera Adimorah ( Odera Adimorah ) Acting as International TV News Anchor

  11. M. Night Shyamalan ( M. Night Shyamalan ) Directing as Infomercial Host

  12. Ian Merrill Peakes ( Ian Merrill Peakes ) Acting as Andrew's Father

  13. Denise Nakano ( Denise Nakano ) Acting as TV Newscaster

  14. Rose Luardo ( Rose Luardo ) Acting as PWTC Spokeswoman

  15. Billy Vargus ( Billy Vargus ) Acting as Seismologist

  16. Satomi Hofmann ( Satomi Hofmann ) Acting as TV Newscaster #2

  17. Kelvin Leung ( Kelvin Leung ) Acting as Man with Child on TV

  18. Lee Avant ( Lee Avant ) Acting as TV News Anchor #3

  19. Katy Murphy ( Katy Murphy ) Acting as Scottish Female Doctor

  20. Kittson O'Neill ( Kittson O'Neill ) Acting as BBC Anchor

  21. Lya Yanne ( Lya Yanne ) Acting as Adoption Center Employee

  22. Hanna Gaffney ( Hanna Gaffney ) Acting as Waitress

  23. Monica Fleurette ( Monica Fleurette ) Acting as Woman in Diner

  24. Saria Chen ( Saria Chen ) Acting as Adult Wen


  1. Douglas Aibel ( Douglas Aibel ) Production, Job: Casting From Department of Production

  2. M. Night Shyamalan ( M. Night Shyamalan ) Directing, Job: Screenplay From Department of Writing

  3. M. Night Shyamalan ( M. Night Shyamalan ) Directing, Job: Director From Department of Directing

  4. M. Night Shyamalan ( M. Night Shyamalan ) Directing, Job: Producer From Department of Production

  5. Naaman Marshall ( Naaman Marshall ) Art, Job: Production Design From Department of Art

  6. Marc Bienstock ( Marc Bienstock ) Production, Job: Producer From Department of Production

  7. Jefry Shebroe ( Jefry Shebroe ) Art, Job: Set Supervisor From Department of Art

  8. Brick Mason ( Brick Mason ) Art, Job: Storyboard Artist From Department of Art

  9. Christian T. Cooke ( Christian T. Cooke ) Sound, Job: Sound Re-Recording Mixer From Department of Sound

  10. David Forshee ( David Forshee ) Sound, Job: Supervising Sound Editor From Department of Sound

  11. Steven Schneider ( Steven Schneider ) Production, Job: Executive Producer From Department of Production

  12. Roni Pillischer ( Roni Pillischer ) Sound, Job: Foley Editor From Department of Sound

  13. Christos V. Konstantakopoulos ( Christos V. Konstantakopoulos ) Production, Job: Executive Producer From Department of Production

  14. Shaun Brennan ( Shaun Brennan ) Sound, Job: Foley Artist From Department of Sound

  15. Ashwin Rajan ( Ashwin Rajan ) Production, Job: Producer From Department of Production

  16. Jarin Blaschke ( Jarin Blaschke ) Camera, Job: Director of Photography From Department of Camera

  17. Lowell A. Meyer ( Lowell A. Meyer ) Camera, Job: Director of Photography From Department of Camera

  18. Ryan Collison ( Ryan Collison ) Sound, Job: Foley Mixer From Department of Sound

  19. Jill Purdy ( Jill Purdy ) Sound, Job: Supervising Sound Editor From Department of Sound

  20. Natalia Saavedra Brychcy ( Natalia Saavedra Brychcy ) Sound, Job: Sound Effects Editor From Department of Sound

  21. Leslie Bloome ( Leslie Bloome ) Sound, Job: Foley Artist From Department of Sound

  22. Deborah Maxwell Dion ( Deborah Maxwell Dion ) Production, Job: Casting Associate From Department of Production

  23. Oleg Kulchytskyi ( Oleg Kulchytskyi ) Sound, Job: Sound Re-Recording Mixer From Department of Sound

  24. Sarit Klein ( Sarit Klein ) Costume & Make-Up, Job: Makeup Department Head From Department of Costume & Make-Up

  25. David Lebensfeld ( David Lebensfeld ) Visual Effects, Job: Visual Effects Supervisor From Department of Visual Effects

  26. Grant Miller ( Grant Miller ) Visual Effects, Job: Visual Effects Supervisor From Department of Visual Effects

  27. David J. Schwartz ( David J. Schwartz ) Sound, Job: Sound Mixer From Department of Sound

  28. Jason Salzman ( Jason Salzman ) Production, Job: Production Supervisor From Department of Production

  29. Michael Hatzer ( Michael Hatzer ) Editing, Job: Digital Colorist From Department of Editing

  30. Dave Kellom ( Dave Kellom ) Art, Job: Art Direction From Department of Art

  31. Tyler Deck ( Tyler Deck ) Production, Job: Visual Effects Producer From Department of Visual Effects

  32. Grant Elder ( Grant Elder ) Sound, Job: Sound Re-Recording Mixer From Department of Sound

  33. Vince Mountain ( Vince Mountain ) Art, Job: Assistant Art Director From Department of Art

  34. Noemi Preiswerk ( Noemi Preiswerk ) Editing, Job: Editor From Department of Editing

  35. Paul Tremblay ( Paul Tremblay ) Writing, Job: Book From Department of Writing

  36. Guillaume Marien ( Guillaume Marien ) Visual Effects, Job: Visual Effects Producer From Department of Visual Effects

  37. Herdís Stefánsdóttir ( Herdís Stefánsdóttir ) Sound, Job: Original Music Composer From Department of Sound

  38. Robbie Duncan ( Robbie Duncan ) Art, Job: Property Master From Department of Art

  39. Jared Levin ( Jared Levin ) Visual Effects, Job: Visual Effects Producer From Department of Visual Effects

  40. Michael Sherman ( Michael Sherman ) Production, Job: Screenplay From Department of Writing

  41. Ashley Fox ( Ashley Fox ) Production, Job: Executive Producer From Department of Production

  42. William J. Cox ( William J. Cox ) Visual Effects, Job: Compositor From Department of Crew

  43. Connor Nagy ( Connor Nagy ) Sound, Job: Foley Mixer From Department of Sound

  44. Caroline Duncan ( Caroline Duncan ) Costume & Make-Up, Job: Costume Design From Department of Costume & Make-Up

  45. Ishana Night Shyamalan ( Ishana Night Shyamalan ) Directing, Job: Second Unit Director From Department of Directing

  46. Emma Verdugo ( Emma Verdugo ) Art, Job: Props From Department of Art

  47. Damien Harrer ( Damien Harrer ) Art, Job: Props From Department of Art

  48. Miranda Welsh ( Miranda Welsh ) Costume & Make-Up, Job: Key Hair Stylist From Department of Costume & Make-Up

  49. Graham Gardner ( Graham Gardner ) Sound, Job: Boom Operator From Department of Sound

  50. Katie McGregor ( Katie McGregor ) Costume & Make-Up, Job: Makeup Artist From Department of Costume & Make-Up

  51. Alexis Arenas ( Alexis Arenas ) Costume & Make-Up, Job: Key Makeup Artist From Department of Costume & Make-Up

  52. Jenny Lifland ( Jenny Lifland ) Art, Job: Props From Department of Art

  53. Stu Probst ( Stu Probst ) Art, Job: Assistant Property Master From Department of Art

  54. Sarah Bacot ( Sarah Bacot ) Costume & Make-Up, Job: Assistant Costume Designer From Department of Costume & Make-Up

  55. Ary Matteazzi ( Ary Matteazzi ) Costume & Make-Up, Job: Costume Coordinator From Department of Costume & Make-Up

  56. Bjorn Arnesen ( Bjorn Arnesen ) Production, Job: Production Coordinator From Department of Production

  57. Steve Desmond ( Steve Desmond ) Writing, Job: Screenplay From Department of Writing

  58. Stephanie Hobgood ( Stephanie Hobgood ) Costume & Make-Up, Job: Makeup Artist From Department of Costume & Make-Up

  59. Jamie Leigh Matteucci ( Jamie Leigh Matteucci ) Costume & Make-Up, Job: Makeup Artist From Department of Costume & Make-Up

  60. Anthony Keating ( Anthony Keating ) Production, Job: Second Second Assistant Director From Department of Directing

  61. Sebastián Eyherabide ( Sebastián Eyherabide ) Visual Effects, Job: Visual Effects Producer From Department of Visual Effects

Movie Review

  • MSB ( msbreviews ) give rating 8
  • FULL SPOILER-FREE REVIEW @ https://www.msbreviews.com/movie-reviews/knock-at-the-cabin-review

    "Knock at the Cabin marks the triumphant comeback of M. Night Shyamalan, who possibly delivers his best film since Signs! With the help of a superb cast led by the phenomenal Dave Bautista - career-best performance - the filmmaker explores the emotional complexity found in the profound moral dilemmas placed upon human beings when faced with life-and-death decisions. Total focus on a single location with persistent cinematography (Jarin Blaschke) and immersive sound production, generating an atmosphere charged with excruciating tension. Extraordinarily gripping from start to finish. The next cult classic is born."

    Rating: A-

  • ( garethmb ) give rating
  • Knock At The Cabin Is A Tense And Engaging Thriller
    Writer/Director M. Night Shyamalan is back with his new thriller “Knock at
    the Cabin” and like his earlier works; the film blends reality with
    supernatural elements to put ordinary people in circumstances that are
    dangerous and unnatural.
    The film involves a same-sex couple named Eric (Jonathan Groff) and Andrew
    (Ben Aldridge), who have taken their adopted daughter Wen (Kristen Cui),
    to a secluded cabin for a relaxing vacation.

    The arrival of four strangers lead by the imposing but soft-spoken Leonard
    (Dave Bautista) becomes dangerous when Leonard informs them that the world
    is about to end and only by choosing to sacrifice one of them can the
    Apocalypse be diverted.

    Leonard explains that the four had the same vision of the end of the world
    and that they were drawn to save it by taking such drastic actions. They
    inform their captives that they will not harm them but they will not be
    allowed to leave as they must make the choice and failure to do so will
    doom everyone and force the three of them to exist as the sole-survivors
    of the aftermath.

    Convinced that the intruders are insane; Eric and Andrew refuse the offer
    and watch as one of the four captives sacrifices themselves which is soon
    followed by news on the television of a massive earthquakes which resulted
    in tsunamis.

    Convinced it is a ruse or simply timed events to the days news; the
    captives again refuse a request only to see another sacrifice followed by
    more news of devastation happening around the world.

    What follows is a tight thriller as Eric and Andrew learn more about their
    captives and the changing world situation which forces them to confront a
    world gone mad.

    The film is good at setting a tone and maintaining a mild tension
    throughout as the audience is left to wonder how real what is being
    presented by Leonard and his associates are. I liked the fact that the
    movie did not try to wrap things up nice and tidy and left the audiences
    with some questions about the events as well as what would happen in the

    Bautista gives an career-best performance and shows that his is capable of
    doing more than the action-comedy genre which he has been playing to date
    and I hope he continues to seek roles such as this.

    While the film may not reach the levels of some of his earlier classics,
    Shyamalan has crafted an entertaining film that keeps you guessing.

    3.5 stars out of 5

  • ( tensharpe ) give rating 7
  • “Knock at the Cabin” is a suspenseful, thriller with horror elements that wastes no time in its execution. After less than five minutes, the idyllic vacation choice of Eric and Andrew, dads to Wen, is turned into a nightmare home invasion. Leonard ( Dave Bautista ) tries to engage with Wen showing gentleness and countering the stereotype his muscular size conveys. Happily catching grasshoppers together, Leonard and Wen discuss family and future ambition. However once Leonard is joined by his three other companions his insistence and subsequent forceful entry to the cabin makes his character seem far more sinister. 

    Denial and paranoia set the tone as the four invading characters disclose their backgrounds and cult like vision that has set them on a mission to save the World from the Apocalypse. During back and forth conversations and threat of death, love and compassion strongly prevails even after some graphic killing. When faced with the reality of the home invaders reasoning for their actions, Eric and Andrew’s rising panic with each separate revelation fuels suffocating tension that continues to grow until the final moments. With very clever use of the four headless horsemen of the Apocalypse, and the persuasive nature of Leonard, eventually Eric and Andrew believe what they are being told.

    Throughout “Knock at the Cabin” M. Night Shyamalan’s direction keeps the audience constantly questioning. Are the events unfolding on screen actually real or just cult like paranoia twisting events to suit their agenda. With excellent performances and great use of lighting and cinematography to convey fear and rising tension, “Knock at the Cabin” is an engaging end of the World thriller.

  • CinemaSerf ( Geronimo1967 ) give rating 6
  • "Wen" (Kristen Cui) is out collecting grasshoppers when she encounters the statuesque and friendly "Leonard" (Dave Bautista). When his three friends turn up though, she gets spooked and runs to her remote cabin home where her dads "Eric" (Jonathan Groff) and "Andrew" (Ben Aldridge) are chilling on the veranda. She is worried, and soon they are locked in with four seemingly hostile folks outside demanding entry. The doors and windows are no match for their rather medieval weapons and soon the boys are tied to their chairs fearing the worst in homophobic behaviour. Thing is, the four appear to mean them no harm - well, not directly anyway. "Leonard", in a calm and measured manner, now regales them with a tale foretelling an apocalyptic end for mankind unless this small family make a very, very, tough decision in the next twenty four hours. Should they not, then we soon discover that things will not go well for them, but do not go at all well for their four "persuaders" either. Bautista is quite good here, as is Aldridge and for a while the plot is actually quite intriguing. The ultimate catch-22 with a question posed to rational people - who love each other - that would test any of us. Sadly, though, M Night Shyamalan can't keep the intrigue sustained and it rather runs out of steam from the middle onwards. Groff doesn't really show up and neither, for that matter, does Rupert Grint. I also felt that young Cui takes a little too much screen time and grates after a while. It's the shortest of short stories, and might have worked better had it just been the hour with a tighter narrative and less meandering. Still - it does ask a question that I'm not sure I could answer either in their position - and I did quite enjoy watching it.

  • Chris Sawin ( ChrisSawin ) give rating 5
  • The tender, sympathetic, and desperate performances are what make _Knock at the Cabin_ worthwhile. The psychological and horror aspects of the film are timid at best with the true identities of Leonard and his associates being obvious, gruesome elements that you never see, and an apocalypse that is a lackluster disaster overall.

    It’s not that _Knock at the Cabin_ is entirely bad, it’s that it seems to actively know it could be more creative, thrilling, and shocking and yet purposely chooses to bury its head in the sand and let mediocrity have its remorselessly bland way with it.

    Full review:

  • Nathan ( TitanGusang ) give rating 7
  • Knock at the Cabin is an interesting premise that has a lot going for it in terms of atmosphere and mystique but fails to land a satisfactory ending.

    I was pleasantly surprised with the story structure. The movie wastes no time throwing the audience into the conflict within the opening frames of the film. This allowed for an increased focus on the main story while maintaining a decent pace. The first act of the film is great, as the audience is new to the story and the mystery is still fresh. But slowly, the plot starts to repeat the same beats resulting in a less engaging second act. As the film draws to its conclusion it’s ending is incredibly predictable which slightly worked for me but may be divisive to a general audience. I did enjoy the small flashbacks of the couple's life. It added much needed context without taking too much time away from the main story arch.

    The acting in the film is overall good, but there are some major characters that stand out from the rest of the cast. Dave Bautista was excellent, he had a very serious, menacing presence, but had a kind and gentle nature to him that begged the audience to trust him. This was by far one of his more complex roles in his career and I think he did a great job. Abby Quinn had probably my favorite performance of the film. Her dramatic scenes were mesmerizing and really drew me in. She had such subtle facial gestures that expressed a deep sense of fear and sadness with eyes that could tell a story by themselves. It was superb. Jonathan Groff was good, although he really seems to be playing a similar style of character to all of his previous roles. I was excited to see Rupert Grint, but we do not really get to see enough of him as he is only in the film's first act and when he is present barely talks.

    Cinematography was great. There were some really interesting camera angles and shots that were classic from Shyamalan. I thought he did a really good job of portraying the brutality of what was occurring without actually showing it. Having it pan away from the action or it being just out frame gave the audience what they needed to know without directly seeing it. It slightly added to the suspense of it all. Although, as a true horror fan, I would have loved to see some gore! There are some very corny sequences with terrible CGI that took me out of this movie. But with a budget of only $20m, I am not sure what more I could have asked for.

    Overall, there is a lot to like about Knock at the Cabin, but it is missing multiple key elements that hold it back from being a Shyamalan instant classic. Despite that, I think it was an enjoyable watch that I recommend you check out in theaters.

    Score: 73% |
    Verdict: Good

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