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REVIEW – Leigh Whannell’s “The Invisible Man”: Rare Re-imagining That’s Equal Parts Relevant, Intelligent and Terrifying

The powerhouse production engine at Universal have always been synonymous with many cinematic icons over a century of entertaining the masses. Before the yellow Minions, realistic CG dinosaurs and unrealistic CG felines they had backed, there were monsters. Impressive creature features forever destined to break the mold of what’s become your typical sci-fi, horror, or mystery feature. After a pair …

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