I Watched "Malignant," The New Horror Movie Everyone's Raving About, And I Can't Stop Thinking About It
Dare I say the "most important horror film of this decade" already?
"Oh, y'all wanted a twist?!" —James Wan, apparently.
The ultimate fish-out-of-water story. *bu-dum-tss*
Horror duo Leigh Whannell and James Wan found massive success with Saw and Insidious. Now Whannell is continuing the Insidious series without his frequent collaborator at his side.
Jason Blum, the producer behind Paranormal Activity, Insidious, and The Purge, has found a way to turn low-budget horror into mainstream success.
With an estimated $143.6 million debut in the U.S. and $384 million worldwide, Furious 7 shatters all box office records for the 14-year-old franchise — thanks in part to its massive popularity with Latino audiences.
"We took a lot of care in crafting that last end sequence," director James Wan told BuzzFeed News. Warning: SPOILERS ahead!
It wasn't enough that director James Wan had to mourn the death of one of his film's biggest stars halfway through filming — he also had to find the strength to finish the movie and then figure out how to do it.
Walker's final film, which played in a surprise screening at SXSW Sunday night, deftly walks a tightrope between homage and exploitation. Warning: Some SPOILERS below.