Tag Archives: Leigh Whannell
The Invisible Man Review
Like most of the country, hell, most of the world, I have been in some version of quarantine for over 100 days now. During this time, I’ve rekindled my love of some older hobbies, while letting others slowly fade into the background. Unfortunately, one of those hobbies was writing reviews for the films that I have enjoyed, and the ones that I’ve not liked so much, too. The last film that I had the pleasure of viewing in an actual [...]
Insidious: The Last Key Review
I’ve been on a huge giallo kick lately and while the films of Fulci, Argento, and the rest of the maestros of the golden age of horror will forever be held in high regard, it is nice to get back into something more modern. I have really enjoyed this franchise ever since the first installment and I am happy to finally view its latest chapter, directed by Adam Robitel, Insidious: The Last Key.
Master clairvoyant, Elise Rainier (Lin Shaye), [...]
The last few films that I’ve seen starring Elijah Wood have been some of the most original genre films I’ve witnessed in a very long time. Needless to say, when his project about a virus outbreak at an elementary school was announced, I was more excited than words can describe. When I started spotting initial reviews of the film, however, the opinions didn’t seem to coincide with what I had come to expect. I heard some pretty negative things, but [...]