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Did you get a chance to see The Invisible Man in theatres? If not, we might be able to help you out here.
Due to the pandemic, The Invisible Man didn’t get to get the proper word-of-mouth response to help how it was being received by the general public. It felt as if it started big and very quickly quieted down. Even if it was being positively noticed by some of the horror fans.
Leigh Whannell made a name for himself being James Wan right-hand man from the early days of Saw, but when he teamed up with Jason Blum for Upgrade, it was like he could do no wrong. And I’m not saying that he can’t do any wrong, but with Upgrade and The Invisible Man, I’m continuing on my opening night viewings.
As some know, Universal did something pretty unprecedented when they put all their current releases on VOD almost immediately at the start of the pandemic. So if you had missed their current releases (The Hunt, Emma., The Invisible Man, and Fantasy Island), you had the chance to watch it at home.
We’re teaming up with Universal and ThinkJam once again to allow one of our readers to win a copy of The Invisible Man.
Do you want a copy? It’s very simple to win one. As usual, all you have to do is either comment on this post, tweet at us, or the UnderSCENE account.
As always, our users are Pocketwriter, Binettea93, and theUnderSCENE.
Our question, what was Leigh Whannel’s directorial debut?
The contest ends May 19th at 11:59pm EST.
The Invisible Man can be bought online digitally now or can be bought on physical on May 26th.