celja (celja) wrote in ohnotheydidnt,

Trailer for M. Night Shyamalan's Knock at the Cabin

While vacationing at a remote cabin, a young girl and her parents 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.

Directed by M. Night Shyamalan, Knock at the Cabin stars Dave Bautista, Jonathan Groff, Ben Aldridge, Nikki Amuka-Bird, Kristen Cui, Abby Quinn and Rupert Grint.

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Wonder why they changed the book’s title (Cabin at the End of the World).

Looks pretty good though. Should be interesting to see Dave Bautista and Rupert Grint playing these characters.
Maybe they thought the old title was too long.

I was gonna say! Reading the description I was like uhh this is that Paul Tremblay book.

Oh, it's based on a book? Is it good?
It’s not for everyone but I found it to be well-written and gripping.
Everytime I see a new M. Night Shyamalan trailer, I can’t help but get excited and hope it’s a return to the Sixth Sense, Signs, and (I know this is a controversial opinion) Unbreakable MNS. I watched Old last year and was pretty disappointed. I’ll be watching this when it’s streaming.


September 22 2022, 15:12:24 UTC 1 week ago Edited:  September 22 2022, 15:12:50 UTC

I didn't see Old, I heard it wasn't very good, but for something a bit more recent from him, I'd suggest The Visit!
Wait Unbreakable being good is controversial? I love it so much.
I wonder how close they're going to stick to the material

It was the last book I read before the pandemic lol
Is it worth reading in your opinion?
I think it’s worth reading. It’s pretty short as well, it took me two days to finish.
i thought it was super boring which was a shame bc the idea is good, but i'm just not a fan of his writing style in general i think
I went SO FAST from ugh not another M. Night movie to GIMME!!! when I saw two dads, and one of them being Groff!
Also how sweet to get Bautista in this movie, who has two moms
Oh hell no. I don't trust him after The Village.

Also, this is why it's a huge NOPE for cabins in the woods for me.
plz tell me this will not be a "this was a cult all along" plot twist to explain away all the weird things.

cults are the new "it was all a dream/in their head" and i'm just tired of it.
Ben and Rupert!! 😍😍

This looks pretty good and that's a great cast, I hope it's more Sixth Sense than ATLA or Old 🙏🏼🙏🏼
i think i have that book here, i should read it. trailer looks good!


September 22 2022, 13:59:41 UTC 1 week ago Edited:  September 22 2022, 14:00:03 UTC

I loved the book, but warning for everyone, it is DISTURBING and HORRIFIC as fuck and I say that as someone who loves horror and has a high tolerance.
I liked it but the ending was so whelming
After sitting with the ending, I enjoyed it more. Initial reaction was whelming as well.
Well now I'm intrigued and adding it to my to-read list.
Can you spoil it for me? I have too much to read already but I'm also very curious lol


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Oh god I am not prepared for M. Night dialogue and line delivery like Old. Nooooooooooo.
apparently the original version of this script was on the Black List and then M Night rewrote it to make this movie, which is...concerning lmfao


September 22 2022, 14:25:39 UTC 1 week ago Edited:  September 22 2022, 14:38:55 UTC

I think I’d rather just spoil myself rather than watch this. So I’ll head to Wikipedia 😂

Edit. I hate it. So I’ll pass.
I don't want to watch the trailer but I do want to see this movie.

When I first saw The Village in theaters I hated it but then finally rewatched it 2 years ago and now it's my favorite M. Night movie.
Against my better judgment (and the numerous comments here saying not to) I watched Old over the weekend. I thought, this movie couldn't possibly be as terrible as people say it is. Well, I no longer trust myself to make decisions. The acting. The line delivery. The writing. Why?
My friend had me watch it a few months ago and I have a screenshot on my phone of the one scene that I physically could not handle, it broke me. Whenever I pass that screenshot in my phone’s photo album, I have mandated myself to send it to my friend as reparations for making me watch Old 😂
This looks great and now I want to read the book too!
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