Is M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Knock at the Cabin’ Available on Netflix? Where Can You Stream This Latest Horror Flick

Is M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Knock at the Cabin’ Available on Netflix? Where Can You Stream This Latest Horror Flick

M. Night Shyamalan has shaken the world with his recent release Knock at the Cabin. Known majorly for his supernational films with a twist of an unexpected ending, this filmmaker is active in the industry for more than two decades. His latest release, Knock at the Cabin, is attracting wide traction because of its unique storyline and apt star cast.

The name of the film itself is extremely intriguing and pretty much self-explaining. What makes it more interesting is its storyline where a couple and their daughter go to a cabin in the woods to spend their vacation in peace. However, the vacation is spoiled when they are made hostages by a gang of armed strangers. They order them to sacrifice one of their family members in an attempt to save the end of the world.

The storyline of the film is as interesting as the plot twists, which are the key ingredients of Shyamalan’s movies. The film was released worldwide in theaters on February 3. However, a lot of fans are eager to know where else they can watch this masterpiece.

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Is ‘Knock at the Cabin’ available on Netflix?

The film stars critically acclaimed actors such as Harry Potter fame Rupert Grint, Dave Bautista, Jonathan Groff, Ben Aldridge, and Abby Quinn. It also stars Kristen Cui as the child in the film and is receiving well-deserved appreciation. It has grossed more than $26 million worldwide, which is extremely impressive. The director M. Night Shyamalan’s other famous films include The Sixth Sense, Glass, Split, and Old.

Sadly, the film is not available on Netflix. Since it was released just a week ago, it is not available on any streaming platform. According to Deccan Herald, the film will not be released on Netflix any time soon because it will be headed to Peacock once its run in theaters is over.

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What fans can do is wait for other OTTs like Amazon Prime, Vudu, Apple TV, or YouTube to make this masterpiece available for rent. If you cannot wait until then, you can simply watch it in the nearby theater and tell us your thoughts about it in the comments.

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