Let's just say that the horror movie The Innkeepers isn't the greatest commercial for northern Connecticut's Yankee Pedlar Inn. Rather, it's the best.
The notoriously haunted hotel inspired writer-director-editor Ti West's latest foray in the horror genre (after achieving critical and cult success with 2009's The House of the Devil), and was also the location for the movie's shoot. A creepy trailer was revealed in October which showed the hotel's two remaining employees — Claire (Sara Paxton, Shark Night 3D) and Luke (Pat Healy, Rescue Dawn) — attempting to find evidence of a haunting in the Yankee Pedlar Inn the night before the hotel closes its doors.
With The Innkeepers debuting on VOD at the end of the last month (the movie opens in theaters next month), a new preview clip shows Claire and Luke hard at work trying to discover one of the hotel's spirits conducting what could be a successful seance. watch the clip >> Posted 01.04.12 by Ryan
If you worked at a notoriously haunted new England hotel, wouldn't you spend the last night the hotel was open trying to capture evidence of the supernatural?
If you agree, you'll enjoy the premise of the upcoming horror movie, The Innkeepers. The movie is set, and was shot in, the Yankee Pedlar Inn, located in northern Connecticut where it maintains a reputation as a haunted destination. Writer-director-editor Ti West explained to Interview last June that he was inspired to write the movie when he stayed at the Yankee Pedlar while making his last horror movie, 2009's The House of the Devil.
watch the trailer >> Posted 10.31.11 by Ryan
They told us, "We found a hotel, it's [reasonably priced] and pretty cool," but when I checked in, having known nothing about it, I immediately thought, "This f**king place is weird." A lot of us generally felt the hotel was creepy.