Innkeepers, The

Ti West, 2011, USA, 100 min

Saskatchewan Theatrical Premiere, One Screening Only
Sunday, May 6 2012, 9:45 pm, The Broadway Theatre
$10 (Admittance restricted to persons over 18)
Film contains sequences of Foul Language, Disturbing Content, and Grotesque Images
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It’s the final days of operation for the century old Yankee Pedlar Inn, a modest New England hotel with a long history of paranormal activity, and her last two employees Luke (Pat Healy) and Claire (Sara Paxton) are determined to find proof that ghosts are indeed haunting the halls.


““A wonderful (and really, really fun) picture that continues to confirm not only West’s talent but the general quality of Glass Eye Pix and their eye for damn good work.” – Fangoria

“THE INNKEEPERS is not only a consummate creep fest, but it also revels in the light hearted moments as well.” – Ain’t It Cool News

“Draws you in, holds your attention, and then ultimately scares the sh*t out of you..THE INNKEEPERS is definitely worth checking into.”  – Dread Central

Programmer’s Opinion

Writer/director Ti West cemented his mark on the genre world with his love letter to early 80’s Satanic paranoia flicks in THE HOUSE OF THE DEVIL, and there’s a similar slow build of tension and dread in THE INNKEEPERS. What’s added to the mix here are the fantastic performances of our two amiable leads, their conversations and easy going yet sometimes awkward relationship often leads to great laughs, and distracts us in the best kind of way in between an ever increasing sense of terror that is waiting just behind the next door. Throw in Kelly McGillis (STAKE LAND) as a card carrying spiritualist for good measure and you’ve got a film that remembers why we love haunted house stories in the first place. – Steven Landry

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