Synopsis: A woman escapes her abusive husband, thinking she has escaped him for good, she learns he has died and left her his fortune but she finds it hard to believe and eventually begins to feel she is being watched
Director: Leigh Whannell
Writers: Leigh Whannell; inspired by the HG Wells novel
Stars: Elisabeth Moss; Oliver Jackson-Cohen; Harriet Dyer; Aldis Hodge; Storm Reid and Michael Dorman
THE BMAF REVIEW
We are big fans of Leigh Whannell catalogue of scripts he has written, Saw; Insidious; Dead Silence and most recently his SyFy film Upgrade, so when we heard he was to take on the Invisible Man, we knew this would be one for us.
The Invisible Man is a story that has been done on numerous occasions, the most recent big hit being Hollow Man but whilst that was a big box office popcorn flick, this will no doubt become a big box office hit for being a well scripted film that is full of scares and will have you on the edge of your seat.
The film though is taken to another level by a truly exceptional performance by Moss, who is absolutely convincing as the woman who believes she is being stalked by her supposedly dead ex partner.
The concept of the Invisible Man is also very modernised and you can actually believe that it could work rather than say the serums used in the aforementioned Hollow Man
THE BMAF RATING
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