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What You Can't See Can Hurt You

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Leigh Whannell
Release Date
26 February 2020
Thriller, Science Fiction, Horror
Elisabeth Moss, Aldis Hodge, Storm Reid, Michael Dorman, Harriet Dyer, Oliver Jackson-Cohen, Benedict Hardie, Zara Michales, Renee Lim, Sam Smith, Nick Kici, Vivienne Greer, Anthony Brandon Wong, Serag Mohammed, Nash Edgerton, Nicholas Hope, Cardwell Lynch, Xavier Fern√°ndez, Cleave Williams, Brian Meegan, Amali Golden, Dennis Kreusler, Michael Knott, Randolph Fields

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The Dark Universe was not granted success. Like the superheroes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the iconic universal monsters should meet on the big screen. Even the starting shot, a new edition of The Mummy, could not meet the expectations at the box office. Even though Tom Cruise was cast as one of the few actors who can keep up with the superheroes even without an alter ego. As is so often the case, failure represents the birth of something new – performance: The Invisible Man. I assure you that this movie is crazy .. As you know, this movie is not for children. That’s why I recommend Sonic the Hedgehog for children. They will be pleased, I promise.

Cecilia Kass finally wants to draw a line and break away from the violent relationship with her control-addicted friend. One night she makes the decision to finally go somewhere else. With her sister (Harriet Dyer), her childhood friend James (Aldis Hodge) and his daughter (Storm Reid), she finally goes into hiding, whereupon her ex-boyfriend commits suicide. While Cecilia inherits a significant part of his fortune, the uncanny events in her life that soon lead to the first fatality are piling up. The supposed widow is certain that her ex has only faked his death and is now invisibly chasing everyone she loves.

A terrifying horror movie

Far from the expensive blockbuster cinema, producer Jason Blum was allowed to take on the next universal monster, specifically in the form of a remake of H.G. Wells’ invisible that frightened readers in book form as early as 1897. However, the film directed by Leigh Whannell has nothing to do with the Dark Universe. There comes the news that Adrian has committed suicide. His brother Tom (Michael Dorman) informs Cecilia that Adrian has bequeathed her the fortune. Which she now receives in monthly payments. But Cecilia doesn’t find peace. She thinks Adrian was just faking his suicide. Soon she will be sure that he has already got access to James’ house. But nobody believes you.

Leigh Whannell skillfully introduces his version of the invisible. With waves lashing against a rock in the surf, he first moves in the footsteps of an old-fashioned horror fairy tale that could have come from another century with his horrific images. But then the camera moves deeper into the film and finally finds itself in the present – almost in the future. Because the villa we are going to look at houses advanced technology and resembles a cool, high-security prison.