What you can’t see can hurt you. Trapped in a violent, controlling relationship with a wealthy scientist, Cecilia (Elisabeth Moss) escapes in the dead of night and disappears into hiding. But when her abusive ex suddenly dies, Cecilia suspects his death was a hoax. As a series of eerie coincidences turns lethal, threatening the lives of those she loves, Cecilia’s sanity begins to unravel while she desperately tries to prove she is being hunted by someone nobody can see.



  1. After numerous remakes of The Invisible Man, this one just did not seem to have "it." Sorry, can define it, but it does have something to do with having that visceral feeling that says, hey "that was a great movie." This one was a few moments of drama punctuated with slowness. True value, $2.99.

  2. Good movie ! Hate the ending. Never really tells who really was the killer the entire time. Something about "Surprise" says it actually was the husband tho🤷🏾‍♂️

  3. i wasted 6 bucks to rent this mess!!!! it's not worth that amount and definitely the 20 bucks they originally wanted to charge people to rent. I prefer the Invisible Man with Kevin Bacon, now that was good.

  4. Cool shots, production team did a good job. But honestly the plot holes in this movie is very apparent, and the overall story leaves something to be desired. Definitely feel like they missed the mark on this one, but it is a cool idea for a film.

  5. I just now finished watching this movie and seeing that so many had actually paid $20 to watch a movie from home kinda surprises me. Though, I do understand that when this movie was released it was during the quarantine as the peak of Covid 19 and it's hype held us hostage. I suppose that I am fortunate to have paid $6 and it was well worth it.
    $20 jus to watch a movie from home may seem drastically expensive and well overcharged, but considering that most public places were closed and entertainment outside the home was nonexistent forced movie enthusiasts to take a risk of either wasting $20 or feeling as if it was money worth spending.
    Personally, I feel like under the right circumstances and environment that paying the $20 could be worth the time. If you had a home theater system that included surround sound and there was more than jus yourself watching this movie then I'd say it would have been well worth it.
    I generally ignore a lot of hype and critics that buzz around new releases so that it doesn't completely influence my decision to watch a particular movie. With that being said, I was impressed with this film. I must admit that it was better than I had expected and I had expected this flick to be moderately entertaining. The Invisible Man in my opinion is one of the best movies built for suspense. If you were able to watch this movie in surround sound and the volume loud you can't deny it's ability to have it's viewers on the edge of their seats or … couch. And lastly, props to the director & producer for making a film that is not only suspenseful but in many ways unpredictable. It's only downfall was that at times it seemed a bit "over the top" particularly during the scenes inside the jail. Then again, the point to this movie as with movies in general – the goal is to entertain the audience even if some of the scenes seemed a bit implausible it did fulfill it's desire in being entertaining. Was it worth $20 for those who paid it? I can't answer that, but what I can say is that is was well worth my $6 and it was a pretty solid effort. * 4/5 stars.

  6. Ok for the people who Don’t get to watch it and are planning on watching it let me just tell you this is a good freaking scary movie no spoilers I’m just saying this is a good scary movie


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