The InhabitantsHD Closed Captioning
Michael Rasmussen & Shawn Rasmussen
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About the Movie
In this haunting ghost story, a young couple gets more than they bargained for when they renovate a neglected bed and breakfast in New England. After a series of disturbing events, the husband begins to suspect that something evil is lurking within the walls of this old house, and whatever it is has set its sights on his wife. Now he must fight to uncover the inn's dark secret before this malicious spirit consumes everything he loves.
My new favorite horror film
Living in New England as I do, with a penchant for colonial history and witchy folklore to boot, I really enjoyed this movie. The setting and mood are perfectly claustrophobic, the acting is great (apart from the opening scene, but that couple are a one-off, just guests at the inn), and the premise and execution somehow manages to feel fresh despite all the Salem tourist hoopla surrounding the 1692 witch trial insanity. The psychological element is very satisfying—the idea that someone you love can turn into a complete stranger (and you’re powerless to do anything about it) hit close to home for me (as it will for most people, I imagine). Despite being a low-budget indie production, I actually think it’s a much stronger film than “The Ward.” Looking forward to the next one!
Horrible awful terrible
One of the worst movies I have ever seen. Bad acting, awful script. It's amazingly sad that money is wasted on talentless people who create garbage like this.
not so great
waring, not so great