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The Invisible Man
Elisabeth Moss and Oliver Jackson-Cohen




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Writer-director Leigh Whannell's science fiction horror film is a contemporary female-centric adaptation of H. G. Wells' 1897 novel of the same name. It stars Elisabeth Moss as a domestic abuse survivor who is convinced that her abusive scientist ex-boyfriend has discovered a way to make himself invisible, and that he's stalking her after faking his own death and leaving her a sizable part of his fortune. Oliver Jackson-Cohen and Aldis Hodge co-star.

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Overview

Writer-director Leigh Whannell's science fiction horror film is a contemporary female-centric adaptation of H. G. Wells' 1897 novel of the same name. It stars Elisabeth Moss as a domestic abuse survivor who is convinced that her abusive scientist ex-boyfriend has discovered a way to make himself invisible, and that he's stalking her after faking his own death and leaving her a sizable part of his fortune. Oliver Jackson-Cohen and Aldis Hodge co-star.

Main Cast & Crew

Leigh Whannell - Director
Elisabeth Moss
Oliver Jackson-Cohen
Aldis Hodge
Michael Dorman
Storm Reid
Harriet Dyer
Amali Golden
Zara Michales
Nash Edgerton
Sam Smith

 

Details

Blu-Ray Disc Format
  • Format: Blu-ray (DVD + Digital Copy)
  • Run Time: 124
  • UPC: 191329131299
  • Genre: Horror
  • Rating: R (MPAA) (some strong bloody violence, and language)
  • Release Date: May 2020

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Reviews:
"[T]he movie stakes a claim for new mystery-horror territory worthy of a talent like Elisabeth Moss, who amplifies the qualities of the script with a top-shelf woman-in-severe-jeopardy performance." - 02/24/2020 Hollywood Reporter


"[I]ngenious and entertaining...the thrills don’t just goose you; they have an emotional import. This gratifyingly clever and, at times, powerfully staged thriller is too rooted in our era to be called old-fashioned..." - 02/24/2020 Variety


4 stars out of 4 -- "[A] sophisticated sci-fi-horror that dares to turn a woman’s often silenced trauma from a toxic relationship into something unbearably tangible." - 02/27/2020 RogerEbert.com


"Whannell does a lot that’s smart here, including the way he uses bodies in rooms." - 02/02/2020 New York Times


4 stars out of 5 -- "THE INVISIBLE MAN owes its power to the uncommon talent and ingenuity of Moss. She’s dynamite..." - 02/25/2020 Rolling Stone


4 stars out of 5 -- "Subverting the original text’s point of view allows Whannell to privilege his female protagonist while continuing to explore the novel’s theme of untrammelled power." - 02/29/2020 The Guardian


"Whannell’s film is a decidedly contemporary update, a version that owes very little to Wells’s original spooky tale." - 02/27/2020 The Atlantic


4 stars out of 5 -- "The subtle approach is incredibly effective, and a reminder of how horror doesn’t always have to be frantic to raise dread." - 02/25/2020 Empire


"[A] gaslighting thriller expertly retooled by writer-director Leigh Whannell for the era of #MeToo." - 04/07/2020 Los Angeles Times


"The voyeurlike camerawork -- lingering on every nook and cranny, insisting on empty spaces -- gives the film a distinctive thrill, and the pacing is characterised by slow build-ups over racing emotions." - 12/11/2020 Sight and Sound


"Director Leigh Whannell creates a thoroughly modern monster in this thriller starring Elisabeth Moss as a young woman controlled by her wealthy sociopath boyfriend..." - 12/22/2020 USA Today

 

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