Split, Glass, Unbreakable, The Village and The Sixth Sense are just a few examples of M. Night Shyamalan’s mind-bending suspense films. Knock at the Cabin adapted from the novel The Cabin at the End of the World has the signature style he’s known for.
The trailer for the film which features an unexpected turn by Dave Bautista has been released by Universal Pictures. The film’s atmosphere of tension and suspense is helped by a handful of notable supporting characters. The next second of this upcoming horror mystery hinges on the previous one and here is the full rundown of the trailer from Universal Pictures.
An Explanation of The Knock at the Cabin Trailer
The trailer opens with Jonathan Groff (Andrew) and Ben Aldridge (Eric) and their cute little girl Wen (Kristen Cui) riding their bikes out of the city and into the woods to spend some quality time together. They make the most of their trip by passing the time singing and playing games in the car.
Everyone is relieved to have finally arrived, so they do things like take a dip in the pond and unwind with a drink on the balcony. Meanwhile, Wen is seated outside the cabin seemingly studying insects or playing a game she found in her book.
When a man in glasses shows up at their cabin and greets the little girl, everyone’s good moods are quickly shattered. It’s brilliant how the credits “From M. Night Shyamalan” appear on the screen after the scene and coincide with a knock on the door.
It looks like Leonard is the man in glasses and judging by his demeanor, he has bad news. As the fathers consider the new developments, the knocks become louder and the scene shifts to young Wen running back inside the cabin after meeting Leonard outside.
It’s possible the role is the most crucial in humankind’s development. The intruders then start bashing the door with their tools, trying to force their way inside but the family is quick to lock it and defend themselves. They break in and tie Eric and Andrew to the chairs rendering the plan useless and leaving the little girl in the back to cower in fear.
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At the end of the trailer, Leonard expresses the collective guilt and fear of the four random people he has just met. We were called and are united by a common vision, he says which has now become a command that we cannot ignore.
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That person is either mentally ill or has a divinely appointed mission. Leonard continues by saying that the family has been selected to make a terrible choice, the consequences of which will be catastrophic if they fail. The teaser concludes with the hostage-taking of a woman wearing a white mask over her face.
The trailer ends with a hostage situation; who is the woman? The family may have decided to capture a person in order to save everyone and everything. There’s a lot of tension and mystery in the trailer that will make you search your brain for an answer.
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