After three movies in which he progressively developed his distinctive storytelling style, The Innkeepers is proof that no one today does horror like Ti West.
By the time The Innkeepers and its post-movie Q&A got out, it was after midnight.
It's a bad analogy—because it often conjures up thoughts of junk food and Doritos—but sometimes horror simply needs comfort food.
Ti West’s new one, The Innkeepers, is essentially the Scary Maze Game of the 2011 SXSW Film Festival.
After entering the horror scene back in 2005 with The Roost, Ti West has been building up his reputation as a master of the slow-burn, finally etching his name into the genre history books with 2
Two historically dubious filmmaking forms come together in V/H/S, a horror anthology comprised entirely of found-footage vignettes and which chillingly showcases both the breadth of interesting i