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The Innkeepers

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    In Theaters: 'The Woman in Black' Will Hope To 'Chronicle' A 'Big Miracle'

    Happy Friday all, and welcome to February. It finally feels like a normal release weekend, now that we are out of the January no-mans-land. Funny how that self-fulfilling prophecy works out. Or, how studios strictly adhere to the "January movie" policy. Anyway, onwards and upwards my pets....

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    Indie Horror Maven Ti West Talks 'The Innkeepers,' The "Grim" State Of Modern Horror & His Upcoming Sci-Fi Project

    It's strangely appropriate that the rising career of filmmaker Ti West hasn't quite been meteoric, if only because his indie horror features (five and counting, including "The House of the Devil" and his experimental sniper-in-the-woods thriller "Trigger Man") are known f...

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    Ti West On the Real Haunting That Inspired 'The Innkeepers'

    Ti West is back to his scary tricks with "The Innkeepers," his anticipated follow-up to his indie horror smash "The House of the Devil." In the haunted house thriller (which debuted this year at South by Southwest to good notices), West updates the setting from the '80s to the present day to tell a ...

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    Review: 'The Innkeepers' Is Less 'House Of The Devil,' More 'Scooby Doo'

    Ti West has found a formula, and by god, he’s sticking to it. The indie helmer began in the world of micro-budgeted horror, where financial reasons necessitated a slow burn and eventual third act reveal. As his budgets have increased, his approach hasn’t changed, favoring this methodical strategy to...

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    Filmmakers You Should Know: Ti West, Master of American Creepiness

    He's one of the most skillful genre filmmakers working today, blending an awareness of classical suspense narratives with frequently eccentric storytelling devices and uncompromising commitment to the element of surprise.

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    Watch: Clip From 'The Innkeepers' Plus Win A Pair Of Tickets To Brooklyn Screening With Ti West & Sara Paxton

    There were few films more divisive at last year's South by Southwest Film Festival than Ti West's creepy, kooky "The Innkeepers." We found the film to be an absolute delight and easily one of the highlights, not only of the midnight movie line-up, but the festival as a whole.

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    Ti West On the Real Haunting That Inspired 'The Innkeepers,' Our VOD Pick of the Week

    Ti West is back to his scary tricks with "The Innkeepers," his anticipated follow-up to his indie horror smash "The House of the Devil." In the haunted house thriller (which debuted this year at South by Southwest to good notices), West updates the setting from the '80s to the present day to tell a ...

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    Trailer & Poster For Ti West's Indie Horror 'The Innkeepers'

    The residing prince of indie-horror Ti West's latest effort, "The Innkeepers," has been a bit slow to hit theaters. The picture, which stars Sara Paxton ("Shark Night 3D"), Pat Healy, Kelly McGillis (yes, that Kelly McGillis), and features a brief cameo by Lena Dunham, premiered at SXSW earlier this...

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    Ti West's 'The Innkeepers' Gets Picked Up By Magnet Releasing, Goes VOD On December 30th

    Magnet, the genre arm of Mark Cuban's Magnolia Pictures, has been quite busy acquiring titles that have been playing the festival circuit to mostly positive response this fall. With Bobcat Goldthwait's Diablo Cody-bashing "God Bless America" already in tow, Magnet now has horror auteur Ti West's "Th...

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    SXSW Review: 'The Innkeepers' Is Less 'House Of The Devil,' More 'Scooby Doo'

    Ti West has found a formula, and by god, he’s sticking to it. The indie helmer began in the world of micro-budgeted horror, where financial reasons necessitated a slow burn and eventual third act reveal. As his budgets have increased, his approach hasn’t changed, favoring this methodical strategy to...

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