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Old 01-30-2013, 05:56 PM   #11
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First photo. I agree with comments on the other BD site. I'd like to see a quicker pace leading to the inevitable unhappy ending. The photo is either proof that we'll get that quicker pace, or a picture of the ending segment of his film lol
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Old 01-30-2013, 06:10 PM   #12
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I just can't get into Ti West's films. I find his films to be pretty boring. I'm all for a slow build if it builds up to something worthwhile but his films never do for me.

I like Cabin Fever 2 but everyone including West hates that one.
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Old 01-30-2013, 08:19 PM   #13
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The Roost was awesome, and The House of the Devil was even more great. But The Innkeepers was pretty lame. I liked his segment in V/H/S, though. I'm really interested to see this.
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man the more I think about the Innkeepers the more disappointed I am in it. Just a whole lot of nothing going on in the entire movie.
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Can't wait. HOTD and The Innkeepers were outstanding.

I'll chalk up his pathetic effort in V/H/S to time constraints.
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man the more I think about the Innkeepers the more disappointed I am in it. Just a whole lot of nothing going on in the entire movie.
This. The only thing that I really liked about The Innkeepers was the chemistry between the two leads.
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This. The only thing that I really liked about The Innkeepers was the chemistry between the two leads.
I really loved House of the Devil because the entire picture has a growing sense of dread and suspense and an outstanding payoff. The Innkeepers had two great characters who were just screwing around and no questions were really answered by the end.
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I really loved House of the Devil because the entire picture has a growing sense of dread and suspense and an outstanding payoff. The Innkeepers had two great characters who were just screwing around and no questions were really answered by the end.
I really should go back and give House of the Devil another rewatch, because I've only seen it once but I absolutely fell in love with it when I watched it. It's really quite slow, but never boring. There's always something going on.
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I really should go back and give House of the Devil another rewatch, because I've only seen it once but I absolutely fell in love with it when I watched it. It's really quite slow, but never boring. There's always something going on.
I remember it actually freaked me out quite a bit as well. When I first saw it I was living in a college dorm and my girlfriend was asleep next to me, I was pondering waking her up to keep me company.

I'm a little bitch, whatever.
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I remember it actually freaked me out quite a bit as well. When I first saw it I was living in a college dorm and my girlfriend was asleep next to me, I was pondering waking her up to keep me company.

I'm a little bitch, whatever.
Don't worry man, I gasped extremely loudly when
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the pizza boy found out that Greta wasn't the babysitter
That's the scene that really got me going with the film.

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The inkeepers was cool but it felt like he just fell in love with the lead and forgot was making a horror film. The problem's only emphasized by the painfully weak payoff. Trigger Man is shit; House of the Devil is awesome.

I like Ti's style and look forward to his films, if only for the change of pace. It should also be noted that he has an exceptional "eye" for talent.



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