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This is a horror film that does not rely on jump-scares, and in this day and age, that’s something to be commended. It doesn’t want to startle you; it wants to leave you creeped out. And it succeeds.

THE INNKEEPERS is our latest in STREAMING OBSCURA. Watch it with the lights out, and die screaming. Read it here!

cutprintfilm:

This is a horror film that does not rely on jump-scares, and in this day and age, that’s something to be commended. It doesn’t want to startle you; it wants to leave you creeped out. And it succeeds.

THE INNKEEPERS is our latest in STREAMING OBSCURA. Watch it with the lights out, and die screaming. Read it here!

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fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

Though never referred to in the script, the green ghost the guys bust in the hotel was dubbed “Onionhead” by the crew, because of its horrid smell. A scene where the ghost haunts two newlyweds showed this characteristic, but it was cut.
Ghostbusters (1984)

fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

Though never referred to in the script, the green ghost the guys bust in the hotel was dubbed “Onionhead” by the crew, because of its horrid smell. A scene where the ghost haunts two newlyweds showed this characteristic, but it was cut.

Ghostbusters (1984)

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HER review: Nothing short of a masterpiece. Though set in an undisclosed future, Spike Jonze has crafted a movie for our times. A sweet, sad and beautiful experience, Jonze takes a plot that could be thought of as laughable—a man falls in love with his computer!—and creates something truly remarkable. 
Joaquin Phoenix is perfect, and Scarlett Johansson’s does more with just her voice than most actresses due for an entire film; it’s her finest performance to date, ironic as she never “physically” appears. 

Final Score: 10 out of 10.

HER review: Nothing short of a masterpiece. Though set in an undisclosed future, Spike Jonze has crafted a movie for our times. A sweet, sad and beautiful experience, Jonze takes a plot that could be thought of as laughable—a man falls in love with his computer!—and creates something truly remarkable. 

Joaquin Phoenix is perfect, and Scarlett Johansson’s does more with just her voice than most actresses due for an entire film; it’s her finest performance to date, ironic as she never “physically” appears. 

Final Score: 10 out of 10.

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