• Arthur Tuoto

    ★★★½ Watched by Arthur Tuoto 26 Jul, 2015

    Cinema do Ti West tem um apreço fora de comum pela expectativa. Coisa que já é bem elementar do gênero, mas que ele particularmente parece que tem uma estima ainda mais especial. E isso diz muito sobre as resoluções dos filmes, ou talvez a falta delas. House of the Devil prioriza muito mais o ritual da ação corriqueira do que o ritual satânico do final em si. Esse Innkeepers mal se resolve e confia fielmente no seu simples poder sugestivo.…


  • Rolf

    ★★ Watched by Rolf 21 Jul, 2015

    Two clerks working in a hotel which is about to be shut down are looking for paranormal activity...
    Ti Wests homage to THE SHINING shares many similarities to HOUSE OF THE DEVIL which I really liked. West takes his time and fleshes out his characters only giving hints of horror before really going for it in the final minutes of the movie.
    What THE INKEEPERS lacks is interesting characters. It's more like CLERKS in a hotel just less funny. You…


  • Josh Ochoa

    ★★★★ Watched by Josh Ochoa 20 Jul, 2015

    A very slow burn but with really good characters, and atmospheric horror. What I actually enjoyed the most was actually the banter between the two main characters and how most of the film is actually a rather easy to watch almost comedy-like film and the horror element comes in and punches you in the gut, especially with the ending. Really well acted, shot and scored, I enjoyed the film quite a bit but really feel I need to watch it again.


  • Bryan Williams

    ★★★ Added by Bryan Williams

    This movie actually scared me a few times. I think it's still on Netflix Instant. If so, check it out ASAP!


  • Walker King

    ★★★½ Watched by Walker King 12 Jul, 2015

    Good. Not House of the Devil good, but good. Are there really any Horror movies that actually stick the landing after the monsters start showing up for real?


  • Esteban Gonzalez

    ★★½ Watched by Esteban Gonzalez 08 Jul, 2015 3

    “If you expect nothing from people, then you go through life being pleasantly surprised.”

    Perhaps the fact that I went into this film with high expectations is the reason why I ended up feeling disappointed. I should’ve taken the hotel employee’s advice and not expected much from it and perhaps then I could’ve been pleasantly surprised. Although I hadn’t seen a film from Ti West, I had heard great things about him (and I did enjoy You’re Next, a film…


  • Matias Gallipoli

    ★★ Watched by Matias Gallipoli 22 Jun, 2015

    Me ilusione con "The House of the Devil" pero esta no esta tan bien. El primer acto es muy bueno, pero a partir del segundo se empieza a caer todo, y no me gusto en absoluto el modo en q cierra. Ella es genial, super agradable, lo unico q sostuvo la pelicula realmente.


  • Sarah

    ★★★½ Watched by Sarah 05 Jul, 2015

    It was pretty good. I liked it more than The Sacrament and I liked it about as much as I liked House of the Devil. Ti West is growing on me, I like him a lot more now than I originally did.

    (July 2015 watchlist: 6. A film recommended by a family member or friend)


  • Courtney Cheshire

    ★★★★ Rewatched by Courtney Cheshire 01 Jul, 2015

    This is a fun movie it doesn't scare me but it's fun thank you Ti West love you hun


  • tnzeno

    ★★★½ Rewatched by tnzeno 30 Jun, 2015



  • Peter Scurr

    Watched by Peter Scurr 30 Jun, 2015

    This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    A great ghost story - someone's seen 'Whistle and I'll Come to You'. The building up of the friendship at the start is well done, I wish more 'horror' movies did that.

    I get the feeling the film is about a generation's struggling to work out what they want to do - this is specifically asked at one point - the older characters know what they want to do, and they don't need to defend themselves, like the old man…


  • Ian Stratton

    ★★★★ Added by Ian Stratton

    if you want a film thats 'jump out of your skin' scary this probably isn't for you but thats not to say it isn't scary... The Innkeepers displays a subtlety and lightness of touch uncommon in scary movies focusing much more on the story on the 'innkeeper' the things that go bump in the night are ever present but they're kept very much in the back ground, part of the aesthetic of the old hotel. As the story progresses we…