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The invisible Man – First Impressions

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The Invisible Man is an upcoming horror film written and directed by Leigh Whannell, and it stars Elisabeth Moss (The Handmaid’s Tale, Mad Men), who plays the role of Cecilia Kass, a woman who escapes her abusive boyfriend, only to later find herself trapped in a twisted game after he convinces everyone he committed suicide, leaving her a considerable amount of money in his will, which she can only get if she proves to be of sound mind, something he’ll make sure she can’t do that easily, since he returns to haunt her, only this time he has an advantage that makes his plan to have everyone questioning Cecilia’s mental state work like a charm: he has managed to become invisible.

This makes this movie very interesting, as it follows the premise not of a man who attains invisibility and how he does it, but instead focuses on the horror aspect of someone being chased by an evil they can’t see, can’t easily prove exists, and can’t get any help against, since everything is done in a way that makes the character of Cecilia appear distraught, and at times even insane whenever she claims that she’s being targeted by an invisible person who everybody believes to be dead.

This idea lends itself to lots of fantastic horror moments, since, essentially, the main character never knows if her attacker is about to strike, or if it is patiently waiting nearby for the right moment to make a move, which could be a great element to build up the tension while you watch both how the invisible man’s plan starts to take shape, and how Cecilia attempts to survive and fight back without losing her mind in the process.

The Invisible Man is set to release in February 28th, 2020, so you don’t have to wait a long time to see what this move has in store for you.

What you can’t see can hurt you.



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