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May 27, 2012
This has to be the WORST disappointment in a recent movie I have had in a movie since the ending of From Hell and that's about 10x better and at least had a couple scary parts and good acting! There were NONE in this and I mean NONE! It was so boring. The acting was terrible the guy was even annoying.. I can't believe I made it through the whole thing. I just kept waiting for it to get better and
May 14, 2012
How did this get good reviews?! Waste of time worst movie I've seen in a long time. Now I've had my movie picking privileges taken away, thanks guys.
May 11, 2012
I rented it at red box, my opinion is I should have kept it \" Inn \" the Red Box, worst movie, was expecting to see a scarey Saw type movie, it was just awful.
May 01, 2012
the film has a promising start, good scares, and an optimal performance of Sarah paxton who needs the best films in his career. But stop there, the story gets dragged and has no continuity in the end turns into a disappointing story and a terrible end.
March 29, 2012
Write your review here...Ti West's follow up to his spooky 80s throwback House of the Devil is a return to a more basic and CGI-less haunted house story and is all the more refreshing for it. Tale of the final days of a supposedly haunted New England hotel is a fun and sometimes downright scary horror chiller that will please those horror fans that can still appreciate the days when effects were
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It's not going to shake up the fright-flick world one bit, but The Innkeepers may earn affection from genre-lovers whose memory reaches back to before "The Blair Witch Project." Full Review
The New York Times
Luke and Claire are guilty, above all, of being dumb and bored. Even their interest in the ghost that may dwell in the dark corners of the Pedlar seems tepid and lacking in conviction. The movie, clever and rigorous though it is, feels that way too. Full Review
New York Magazine
A poky but blood-freezing throwback to the gothic horror films of the seventies, when ingénues moved tremulously down dark corridors without holding digital video cameras. Full Review
New York Daily News
A well-shot but generically dull disappointment. Full Review
West, who demonstrated a penchant for extensive build-ups in "The House of the Devil" and "Trigger Man," continually makes it unclear if the inn actually harbors a ghost or if his heroine (Sara Paxton) has simply imagines it. Both she and her hilariously frazzled co-worker (Pat Healy of "Great World of Sound") want to believe in supernatural affairs for the thrill factor alone. Full Review