The creators of the Shudder sleeper are set to make a trio of features for the fright factory.
After their big success with THE INVISIBLE MAN earlier this year, the actress and the genre factory have a new collaboration on the way.
Having relaunched the Laurie Strode character in Blumhouse’s new HALLOWEEN franchise, the actress is taking her first turn behind the camera for the genre company.
The original The Invisible Man (1933) contains a lot of comedy absent from the other famous monsters’ films. However, even within these “gags” and any of the silliest interpretations, they’ve provided a much-needed groundwork for Whannell’s version to be realized. Despite any joke, The Invisible Man is the most horrifying Universal Monster because he represents real terror… the immunity of privilege.
THE HUNT seems more likely to provide ideological fortification for its audiences’ ideological echo chambers.