“The Invisible Man” Sweeps the 2021 Fangoria Chainsaw Awards

Viewership for the Oscars and Emmys are at an all-time low, but for horror fans, the Fangoria Chainsaw Awards just got way more accessible via Shudder!  Hosted by David Dastmalchian (Ant-Man, The Dark Knight), the socially distanced night of terror was an absolute joy for horror fans. The Not So Invisible Awards It was a great night for Leigh Whannell and especially for fans of … Continue reading “The Invisible Man” Sweeps the 2021 Fangoria Chainsaw Awards

Squeamish Friend Reacts to “The Invisible Man” [Video]

How many disturbed horror fans who are totally desensitized still have a few “normal” friends who react to horror films the way that humans are meant to?!  It’s with that in mind that we decided to launch this new series on our YouTube channel.  This time we showed our squeamish friend Justin Leigh Whannell’s The Invisible Man. Squeamish Friend Reacts to “The Invisible Man” – … Continue reading Squeamish Friend Reacts to “The Invisible Man” [Video]

Top 10 Best Horror Movies of 2020

What a year it’s been!  Absolutely no one who went into 2020 had any accurate idea of what the year would bring, having brought the world itself to its very knees.  While theater remained closed for most of the year, there weren’t a whole lot of theatrical movie releases. However, between streaming, drive-ins, and the few months that AMC and Regal were open, we still … Continue reading Top 10 Best Horror Movies of 2020

How Leigh Whannell and James Wan Changed Horror (Twice)

Most writers and directors could only dream of making a movie that’s so popular and has such an impact so as to create a shift in the genre itself. George A. Romero’s Night of the Living Dead led to the birth of the zombie subgenre,  John Carpenter’s Halloween lead to the slasher boom of the 80’s, and Wes Craven’s Scream led to slashers going full … Continue reading How Leigh Whannell and James Wan Changed Horror (Twice)

How Leigh Whannell Made “The Invisible Man” Scary Again

Between 2010’s The Wolfman, 2014’s Dracula Untold, and 2017’s The Mummy, Universal has tried (and failed) several times to launch what would be their “Dark Universe”.  And while Tom Cruise’s Mission Impossible-inspired Mummy film seemed to be the nail in the coffin (no pun intended), Universal still eventually found success rebranding one of their old properties. And the reason is largely due to Leigh Whannell.  … Continue reading How Leigh Whannell Made “The Invisible Man” Scary Again