24 July 2024

Swedish Psychological Horror Knocking Gets A Second Unsettling UK Trailer

After premiering at Arrow Video FrightFest back in August, Signature Entertainment has released the second UK Trailer for Swedish Psychological Horror, Knocking.

Mental Health has been an even bigger issue all thanks to the Covid-19 lockdowns which has taken many of us to scary places. Life may not give us the time we need to heal properly and this unsettling indie horror is playing on those fears and anxieties.

This one stars Cecilia Milocco who plays Molly who has just left a psychiatric ward after an traumatic event. She moves into a new apartment to start a new life and that starts to unravel. When she starts to hear screams and knocks that no one believes or even willing to help her.

This looks very creepy and cry for those people out there who need to be heard!

Related Post: Everyone Needs To Be Heard In UK Trailer For Knocking

Knocking is a twisty, claustrophobic and gut-wrenching thriller streaked with horror, from director and Cannes Palme D’Or winner Frida Kempff (Winter Buoy), with a fierce and soul-baring central performance from Cecilia Milocco (Involuntary). A woman (Molly) who has just experienced a traumatic incident is unnerved by a haunting knocking sound from upstairs in her new apartment building. As the noises become more desperate and increasingly sound like cries for help, she confronts her neighbours, but it seems no one else can hear them. In an unsettling quest for truth, Molly soon realizes that no one believes her, and begins to question if she even believes herself – a realization that is perhaps even more chilling.

The film cast also includes Albin Grenholm, Ville Virtanen, Krister Kern, Alexander Salzberger  and Charlotta Åkerblom.

Knocking will be released in the UK and Ireland on Digital Platforms from 15th November.

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