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From director Ti West (The House of the Devil) comes THE INNKEEPERS. Set in the venerable Yankee Pedlar Inn, which is about to shut its doors for good after over a century of service. Believed by many to be one of New England’s “most haunted hotels,” the last remaining employees -Claire (Sara Paxton) and Luke (Pat Healy)- are determined to uncover proof before it shuts down for good. As the Inn’s final days draw near, odd guests check in as the pair of minimum wage “ghost hunters” begin to experience strange and alarming events that may ultimately cause them to be mere footnotes in the hotel’s long unexplained history.

PRODUCTION TEAM

Director, Writer, Editor - Ti West

Produced by Peter Phok

Producer - Larry Fessenden

Producer - Derek Curl

Casting Director - Lisa Fields

Costume Design - Elisabeth Vastola

Production Design - Jade Healy

Director of Photography - Eliot Rockett

Original Score - Jeff Grace

Sound Design - Graham Reznick

Line Producer - Jacob Jaffke

First Assistant Director - Kim Koby

Second Assistant Director - Menges

Executive Producer - Malik B. Ali

Executive Producer - Badie Ali

Executive Producer - Hamza Ali

Executive Producer - Greg Newman

CAST

Claire - Sara Paxton

Luke - Pat Healy

Gayle, The Angry Mom - Alison Bartlett

Young Boy - Jake Schlueter

Leanne Rease-Jones - Kelly McGillis

Barista - Lena Dunham

Old Man - George Riddle

Madeline O'Malley - Brenda Cooney

Officer Mitchell - Speredakos

 

"RADIANT WITH INSPIRATION, with a refined and sophisticated sense of dread. - Peter Hall, Moviefone

"An old-fashioned ghost story with high-impact shocks among delicate chills. - Kim Newman, Screen Daily

" A slow burning creeper that pays off in spades." - Sam Adams, Philadelphia City Paper

"SCARY, FUNNY, a good campfire style horror movie reminiscent of the ‘80s classics." - Fred Topel, Screen Junkies

“GOOD, SCARY FUN” – Peter Mack, Twitch

" Ti West is one of the most distinctive voices in American film today. There is simply nobody else quite like him...A master of minimalist film." Todd Brown, Twitch

"It draws you in then ultimately scares the s*** out of you. A true horror comedy that makes you laugh out loud and jump out of your seat." - Drew Tinnin, DreadCentral.com

"CREEPY – Ti West is back with his most original and novel flick to date"- Scott Weinberg, FEARnet

"A classical spook story that transitions from something incredibly fun and endearing to a terrifying assault. Paxton and Healy are truly delightful as the heart of the movie." - Samuel Zimmerman, Fangoria

" Slow-burn horror and spooky comedy fuse quite effectively resulting in that all too elusive thing: an original movie." - Jordan Hoffman, UGO

" A fantastic film that marries heart and horror...When the final act comes it’s intense...Like a brick to the chest." - N. Amer, BrutalAsHell

"As well-paced and thrilling as any horror film in recent memory. A lot of fun." - Eric Snider, Film.com

" TERRIFYING - there are several shots and sequences in the film that are literally chilling. No one today does horror like Ti West... a dynamic and important voice who become the generational equivalent of John Carpenter." - Todd Gilchrist, ShockTillYouDrop.com

“A tense, haunted house style thriller." - Mike Sampson, Joblo.com

"Genuinely funny...Terribly frightening" - Brian Salisbury, FilmSchoolRejects

"Truly wonderful...Featuring great fun, scares and characters, it’s a film that has the wonderful ability to both make you laugh and scream." - Eric Eisenberg, CinemaBlend.com

" **** Fun and entertaining...genuine scares and – heartfelt comedy." - Coutney Howard, VeryAware.com

"Ti West is a singular genius, and The Innkeepers is his best film to date." - Michael Ryan, SoundonSight.com

“This one is a keeper: classic, in every sense. " - Jamie Graham, Total Film

 
Date for DVD release subject to change.