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Interview: Writer/director Leigh Whannell on his relationship with the horror genre and his unique take on The Invisible Man

February 26, 2020

As The Invisible Man prepares to be seen (or not seen) in theatres this week, The AU Review’s Peter Gray was fortunate enough to chat with the film’s writer and director, Australian talent Leigh Whannell, on his relationship with the horror genre and how a major studio like Universal Pictures left him to his own […]

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Film Review: 2019’s Black Christmas attempts to be more than just your straight-forward slasher

December 11, 2019

Released in 1974 and oft considered the original slasher film, Bob Clark’s Black Christmas has rightfully earned cult status over the years after initially being passed over for that other genre staple, John Carpenter’s Halloween. Clark’s film is a unique take on the stalk-and-kill mentality that the slasher subsect is known for given that it […]

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Win a copy of Blumhouse’s newest horror film Truth Or Dare on DVD

August 19, 2018

Iconic horror production house Blumhouse returns with another edge-of-your-seat horror movie with Blumhouse’s Truth or Dare. A group of friends set out to enjoy their last spring break together, when a harmless game of truth or dare turns deadly. Someone – or something – begins to torment people who lie or refuse the dare. Starring […]

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Film Review: Truth Or Dare (USA, 2018) is a cinematic game best left unplayed

April 12, 2018

Before Truth or Dare even begins, you know exactly what kind of movie you’re about to see.  Hoping to be some sort of new-era Final Destination, but failing miserably in the process, Truth or Dare follows every beat you expect it to, and it’s in this predictability that the film succeeds in being a massively entertaining ride for all the […]

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