Leigh Whannell

‘Insidious: The Red Door’ Review: Finding Further Closure

Set ten years after the ending events of the second film, Josh Lambert heads east to drop his son Dalton off at an idyllic, ivy-league university. However, Dalton’s college dream becomes a nightmare w...

5 Average

Leigh Whannell on remaking The Invisible Man, how Horror has Changed as a Genre, and the Impact of Film Critics

Scott Menzel chats Leigh Whannell about his latest film The Invisible Man

Review: Terrific, Terrifying Universal Monster Revealed In ‘The Invisible Man’ Update

Aaron Neuwirth reviews the modern update of The Invisible Man from writer/director Leigh Whannell, starring Elisabeth Moss as a women taking on an unseen menace.

8 Great

Upgrade Movie Review: The Puppet Masters 2.0

Leigh Whannell has a way of writing horror that totally delivers the thrills, but also leaves you with something to chew on if you think about it. That’s what I always loved about Saw. The traps were ...

Review: Not Much To Unlock In ‘Insidious: The Last Key’

I am a huge horror movie fan but I also admittedly can’t say I’m well-versed in every detail, as I’m only human. This statement was inspired by the subtitle for this fourth Insidious film. Many horror...

4 Poor

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