First, it was Moneyball. And now, another classic flick is making an unexpected comeback on Netflix.

Knock Knock—which stars Keanu Reeves—recently dethroned Holidate as the number one flick on the streaming service’s list of most-watched movies, before settling in at #3. In addition to the Emma Roberts newcomer, it’s currently up there with Mile 22, Easy A, Snowden, Rogue City and Over the Moon.

Knock Knock is a horror/thriller movie that originally premiered in 2015. It tells the story of an architect named Evan Webber (Keanu Reeves), who is forced to spend Father’s Day weekend alone while his wife and children go on a planned family beach trip.

While he’s hoping to catch up on work, that all changes when two women show up on his doorstep in the middle of a storm. After letting them borrow his phone, Evan soon learns that his new houseguests have a sinister agenda planned for their stay. Dun dun dunnn.

In addition to Reeves, the movie also stars Lorenza Izzo (Genesis), Ana de Armas (Bell), Aaron Burns (Louis), Ignacia Allamand (Karen), Dan Baily (Jake), Megan Baily (Lisa) and Colleen Camp (Vivian).

Knock Knock was directed by Eli Roth (Cabin Fever), who also wrote the screenplay alongside Nicolás López (Aftershock) and Guillermo Amoedo (The Stranger). Reeves served as an executive producer, along with Sondra Locke (Ray Meets Helen), Teddy Schwarzman (The Imitation Game), Larry Spiegel (Return to the Planet of the Apes) and Peter Traynor (The Ultimate Thrill).

You had us at Keanu Reeves.

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