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The creator of the Saw franchise explores a new way to scare audiences by turning up psychological terror.
H.G. Wells wrote The Invisible Man in 1897, in simpler times. Back then, the eponymous protagonist’s biggest concern was simply that he was invisible and could no longer be part of normal society. Later iterations of the character on film attempt to remake and ...
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