Grackles review The Invisible Man

Directed by Leigh Whannell

Reviewed by Scott Ray and Charlie Riccardelli 

Writer/director Leigh Whannell first made his mark on the horror genre back in 2004 when he co-wrote and starred in Saw for his longtime friend and collaborator James Wan. The surprise success of that shocker launched Whannell from obscurity to the frontline of up-and-coming horror filmmakers. He wrote several Saw sequels, the Insidious movies, and even took a stab at directing with Insidious: Chapter 3 and 2018’s sci-fi thriller Upgrade. His latest, The Invisible Man, is Universal Pictures’ most recent update to one of their classic movie monsters. Originally Universal envisioned The Invisible Man as a high-budget action film starring Johnny Depp to serve as part of the Dark Universe, the studio’s answer to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. However, when the inaugural film, 2017’s The Mummy crashed on takeoff, Universal reimagined the