Don’t Knock Twice is a modern reinvention of bloody mary, similar to how Candyman created it’s own urban myth this English film could be a considered a fairy tale of witches and demons with an urban legend ambiance.
Chloe seeks refuge with her estranged mother Jess played by Katee Sackhoff, (Oculus, Battlestar Galactica) her friend goes missing after they perform a local superstitious act of knocking twice on the door of a local witches long abandoned home. At first Jess thinks that Chloe is acting out in teenage defiance and sees her temperament as a nuisance, but soon realizes that there is truth to what her daughter is saying and begins to witness the same crooked evil woman in the dark. Mother and daughter try to stop the curse upon Chloe but as the story behind the old lady in the house unravels it reveals a much deeper trench of secrets and lies. Jess has to decipher if the monster tormenting her daughter is an entity raised by an insidious witch or a creation derived out of vengeance for a wrong committed.