Ti Wests “The Innkeepers” – Poster


Das erste Poster zu Ti Wests neuem Horrorfilm “The Innkeepers”, den er erneut geschrieben, inszeniert, produziert und geschnitten hat. Die Hauptrollen spielen Sara Paxton, Pat Healy und – oha – Kelly McGillis. Das sieht absolut fantastisch aus, ähnlich retro wie bereits das Poster zu seinem letzten Film “The House of the Devil”. West ist für mich die derzeit größte Genrehoffnung, neben Rob Zombie beherrscht keiner die Mechanismen des echten puren Horrorfilms so wie er. Most wanted film 2011.


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  1. The Director

    Ein Poster das Lust nach mehr macht und auch noch geil aussieht. So muss es sein. Lob an die Macher. Trailer will guck.

  2. Silent Rocco

    Oh, wie ich mich darauf freue. House of the Devil hab ich mittlerweile schon 4 oder 5 mal gesehen, zu gut. Der Herr West weiss sowas von genau, was er macht, da vertrau ich fast blind, dass dieser Film mindestens genauso genial ist.

  3. Fluffy Bunny

    Oh Mann, wie ich diese Art von Postern vermisse.
    Drew Struzan lässt grüßen. Sehr sehr schön!

  4. Okarola

    Toll! Houese of the Devil ist einer der am brilliantesten gemachten Horrorfilme der letzten tausend Jahre, und dieses Poister hier verspricht großes! Jippie!

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