The Innkeepers (2012)

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The Innkeepers Synopsis
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The Innkeepers Release Date
In Theaters February 3, 2012
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Starring: Sara Paxton, Pat Healy, Kelly McGillis, John Speredakos, George Riddle,
Directed by: Ti West
Produced by: Derek Curl, Larry Fessenden , Peter Phok, Ti West
Length: 100 min
Distributor: Magnet Releasing
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Innkeepers Stars Reunite For Cheap Thrills Innkeepers Stars Reunite For Cheap Thrills
While Snowfort Pictures is taking a risk with a first-time filmmaker here, they are giving him a solid foundation, pulling together a cast that includes Ethan Embry (Vacancy), David Koechner (Piranha 3DD), Amanda Fuller (Red White & Blue), and the stars of Ti West's The Innkeepers, Pat Healy and Sara Paxton.
by Kristy Puchko September 12, 2012 discussion comments
Sara Paxton Talks About Spooky Occurrences On The Set Of The Innkeepers Sara Paxton Talks About Spooky Occurrences On The Set Of The Innkeepers
You hear about it all the time when it comes to horror films. On the set of a scary movie actors, directors and various members of the crew will find themselves witnessing strange, creepy events. Whether itís real, in their head, or a prank being pulled by a third party is unknown, but it happens often enough to be called a common occurrence, and it was no different on the set of The Innkeepers according to star Sara Paxton.
by Eric Eisenberg February 3, 2012 discussion comments
Writer/Director Ti West Talks About Creating Atypical Horror Film The Innkeepers Writer/Director Ti West Talks About Creating Atypical Horror Film The Innkeepers
The Innkeepers isnít your typical modern horror film. It lacks an overabundance of gore, it doesnít fully rely on cheap jump scares, and itís completely unafraid to be both charming and funny. The reason for this is because writer/director Ti West didnít set out to make a typical modern horror film, and the result is one of the best weíve seen from the genre in recent years.
by Eric Eisenberg February 2, 2012 discussion comments
New Video From Ti West's The Innkeepers Takes A Look At Real Paranormal Activity New Video From Ti West's The Innkeepers Takes A Look At Real Paranormal Activity
The Innkeepers is set in the Yankee Pedlar Inn, a hundred-year-old, purportedly haunted hotel that is about to close down permanently. Left alone in the mostly empty hotel, two employees (Sara Paxton and Pat Healy) decide to stage their own investigation and see if they can prove once and for all that there is a ghost roaming the Yankee Pedlar's halls. As you might imagine, this proves to be an unwise decision.
by David Wharton December 22, 2011 discussion comments
The Innkeepers Trailer Reveals The Story Of A Haunted Hotel The Innkeepers Trailer Reveals The Story Of A Haunted Hotel
Yesterday, we shared the poster for Ti Westís scary movie The Innkeepers. Today we have a two-minute trailer for you to watch. ďYou mustn't go down into the basement,Ē is pretty good advice when dealing with any kind of haunted-building situation. Of course, ignoring that advice is also fairly standard for horror films.
by Kelly West October 28, 2011 discussion comments
Poster For Ti West's The Innkeepers Leaves The Lights On For You Poster For Ti West's The Innkeepers Leaves The Lights On For You
Written and directed by Ti West, The Innkeepers is set in a supposedly haunted hotel in New England, and follows the last two employees on hand as the hotel is closing down for good. Don't forget to lock up after you're eviscerated by angry spirits, guys. Eric saw the film at this year's Los Angeles Film Festival and really got a kick out of it.
by David Wharton October 27, 2011 discussion comments
LAFF '11: The Innkeepers Review LAFF '11: The Innkeepers Review
Though it drags in some places and there are a few too many dutch angles and dramatic zooms, The Innkeepers is pure entertainment. Even those that pride themselves on never getting scared at the movies will find themselves effectively chilled while leaving the theater. Fortunately there are more than enough laughs to hold off the nightmares.
by Eric Eisenberg June 20, 2011 discussion comments
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