The Innkeepers: Film Review
Director-screenwriter Ti West exhibits less stylistic fetishism with his latest film while remaining solidly outside of contemporary fashion, which results in a largely entertaining picture with too few scares to satisfy the multiplex crowd.
AUSTIN — Following his grindhouse-loving House of the Devil with a ghost film that could have been mainstream in the ‘80s, Ti West exhibits less stylistic fetishism with The Innkeepers while remaining solidly outside of contemporary fashions. The result is a largely entertaining picture with too few (and late-arriving) scares to satisfy the multiplex crowd, but one that will please many die-hard genre aficionados.
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