Horror awaits in the woods: German trailer for the horror thriller "The Knocking" - exclusively at FILMSTARTS


  • Published: 2023/05/04 20:00

    Author: Stefan Geisler

Description

What could be a more beautiful place for dark stories than the sheer endless expanses of the Finnish forests? The directors Max Seeck and Joonas Pajunen thought the same and set their horror thriller “The Knocking” in this almost unreal landscape. In this eerie mystery thriller, three siblings explore their own traumatic pasts, uncovering dark secrets and terrifying nightmares that have slumbered in the woods... "The Knocking" starts on June 22, 2023 in German cinemas. At FILMSTARTS we can exclusively present you the German trailer for the Finnish horror film in advance and it already promises an atmospheric scary experience. If you already know that you won't be able to see "The Knocking" in the cinema, you can pre-order the creeper from Finland for your home cinema. Just one month after the theatrical release, namely on July 28, 2023, the horror film will be released in a limited media book version, among other things: The childhood home of Maria (Inka Kallén), Mikko (Pekka Strang) and Matilda (Saana Koivisto) lies in the Finnish forest. They haven't been here for 15 years. The memories of that night that changed the life of the sibling trio so drastically were too heavy. It was then that her father was brutally murdered and young Matilda was found locked in a cage in the corner of the bedroom. What happened? Who is behind this heinous crime? And where is her mother, who has since gone missing? To put an end to the past, they decide to take a trip to their parents' house. Perhaps coming to terms with the past together will help bring the estranged siblings back together. But the trip soon turns into hell: when night falls, the horrible events of that time begin to repeat themselves. Nobody is safe anymore... *The link to the Amazon offer is a so-called affiliate link. If you make a purchase through this link, we will receive a commission.