“The Invisible Man” Review

Author: O'Neil, Alison

“The Invisible Man” Review

“The Invisible Man,” starring Elizabeth Moss of “Mad Men” and “The Handmaid’s Tale”, offers thrill after thrill, guaranteed to get you through quarantine. Originally scheduled to show in theaters across the country, “The Invisible Man” was bought by Apple and transferred to iTunes in light of the coronavirus pandemic; you can rent it for $19.99 (along with a selection of other new releases recently pulled from theaters, including “The Hunt,” “Emma” and “Onward”).

In “The Invisible Man,” Cecilia (Moss) flees an abusive relationship only to find that her abuser, despite reports of his suicide, remains lurking just around the corner. As he uses his sinister invention — an invisibility suit — to isolate and gaslight her, Cecilia must learn to outwit a presence she can sense but not see. With its gripping soundtrack, unpredictable plot twists and unsettlingly voyeuristic camera angles, this film will keep you on the edge of your seat from start to finish.