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Movies: ‘Knock Knock’

Awhile back I picked up one of those “50 Incredibly Lousy Flicks” DVD box sets, and it included a Sondra Locke movie called “Death Game,” directed by the immortal Peter S. Traynor and released to drive-ins everywhere in 1977.

In an apparent attempt to prove that nothing, no matter how crummy, cannot be remade, Eli Roth has reworked “Death Game” as “Knock Knock,” which is playing at a theater nowhere near you — and streaming on Amazon for $6.99. 

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