You’d expect scares from the adaptation of a 2004 Off Broadway play about a waitress (Ashley Judd) hiding from an ex-con hubby (Harry Connick Jr.) in a motel with a Gulf War veteran (Michael Shannon) who believes the room is infected with creepy-crawlies. Yet helmer William Friedkin insists, ”I don’t think of it as a horror movie. It’s about people who love well but not wisely. [But] to be frank, when I directed The Exorcist, I never saw it as a horror film, either.” (May 25)
Posted May 14 2007 — 12:00 AM EDT
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