2 hours 4 minutes
Starring: Elisabeth Moss, Oliver Jackson-Cohen, Harriet Dyer
Are you looking for something to watch that will keep you on the edge of your seat? This might be the movie for you. I found it to be creepy, suspenseful and a really good psychological thriller. Our main character, Cecilia is involved in an abusive relationship with Adrian. The opening scene opens right into the storyline. We watch Cecilia, in the middle of the night, leaving Adrian. Every noise she makes, you’re fearful she’ll wake Adrian up. She does get out of the house, but that’s not the end. Cecilia finds out that shortly after leaving him - he dies. But she doesn’t believe it. Then that’s where the movie gets very atmospheric. Who’s in the shadows? Is someone sitting in the chair? Are those footprints on the carpet? Just because someone says they’re dead doesn’t mean it’s true! This isn’t a horror movie, but it has a few good scares and jumps in it. There are also a few twists that I enjoyed, too. It’s a little over 2 hours, but I was entertained and would watch it again.
Library Link: The Invisible Man (DVD)