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New Horror Film The Invisible Man Is Creeping People Out

New Horror Film The Invisible Man Is Creeping People Out

When you splash your hard-earned cash on seeing a horror film, you expect at the very least to be creeped out - and The Invisible Man seems to be thoroughly delivering in this respect.

The sci-fi horror follows a woman (Elisabeth Moss) who, after the suicide of her abusive boyfriend, believes she is being stalked by him.

The movie is written and directed by Leigh Whannell (Upgrade, Insidious: Chapter 3) and is a loose adaptation of the H. G. Wells novel of the same name.

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It was only released a few days ago, but it has already been heaped with praise and currently has a 90 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

But judging by the reaction on social media, you should only go and see it if you're partial to receiving the heebie-jeebies:


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In particular, Moss has been singled out for praise for her portrayal of protagonist Cecilia Kass:


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So if you're feeling brave and you fancy a thrill, put on two pairs of underwear and head on down to the cinema.

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Topics: TV and Film, Horror

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