Knocking On Death's Door 2001 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
KNOCKING ON DEATH’S DOOR is a sometimes spooky, often times murky, little ghost story. It opens with the savage killing of a cop with an ax, and then segues twenty years later to the wedding of a parapsychologist and a scientist. They are “given” as a wedding present the task of investigating the supposedly haunted house where the murder took place. Once there, they find there certainly is a ghost hovering about, and they decide to try to find out who the ghost is and what it wants.
Although at times stiffly directed, the story moves along fairly well, and we get a few shocks along the way. Brian Bloom isn’t very effective as the husband; Kimberly Rowe does well as the wife; and reliable David Carradine (a recent Golden Globe nominee for Kill Bill) plays a mysterious doctor.
No real plot surprises, but an entertaning, relatively goreless shocker.