‘insidious’ At Halloween Horror Nights: Leigh Whannell, Angus Sampson And John Murdy Go Behind The Scenes

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Murdy says plans for the maze actually began during the 2012 Halloween Horror Nights when he got a call from “Insidious” director James Wan, who was visiting the event and wanted to be part of it. From there, Universal Studious worked closely with the creative team from the movie to build a maze that not only matched the look of the film, but also the tone. “I don’t want to just walk into the maze and someone attacks you, because that’s not ‘Insidious’,” Murdy remembers Wan telling him.


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