The Innkeepers - Review

THE INNKEEPERS Sara Paxton and Pat Healy

As a ghost story, The Innkeepers is pretty tame. As a horror movie, it's relatively low-gore — and low-budget. But those constraints become assets in writer-director Ti West's warm and witty deconstructed spook tale. West, a thirtysomething horror aficionado who previously toyed with the fate of an unlucky babysitter in his highly satisfying 2009 thriller The House of the Devil, now fiddles with the spectral malaise that infects a hundred-year-old inn. Wide-eyed Sara Paxton and hipster-bespectacled Pat Healy play the joint's only two employees, working each other into a lather of what turns out to be well-founded hysteria. Kelly McGillis is a surprise treat as a grouchy medium. Read More...,,20564848,00.html 


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