Are you ready to be scared? The new movie ‘The Invisible Man’ has been making waves in the horror genre. But just how scary is it?
The movie follows the story of Cecilia Kass, who escapes from her abusive partner Adrian Griffin. He was a wealthy and brilliant scientist who committed suicide soon after she left him. However, strange things start happening around Cecilia, and she suspects that Adrian is still alive and has found a way to become invisible.
Is it Scary?
Yes, ‘The Invisible Man’ is undoubtedly scary. Director Leigh Whannell does an excellent job of building suspense throughout the film. The use of sound effects and camera angles makes the audience feel as if they are experiencing what Cecilia is going through.
One of the most effective tension-building techniques used in the film is silence. There are moments when there is no music or sound, which makes every little noise stand out and puts the audience on edge. Whannell also uses jump scares sparingly but effectively to keep viewers on their toes.
The use of visuals in ‘The Invisible Man’ is also impressive. The scenes where nothing seems to be happening are just as unsettling as those where something terrifying occurs. The cinematography adds to this by using shadows and light to create an ominous atmosphere.
Overall, ‘The Invisible Man’ is a genuinely scary movie that will have you on the edge of your seat throughout its runtime. If you’re a fan of horror movies, then this one should definitely be on your watchlist. However, be warned that it does contain scenes of domestic violence that may be triggering for some viewers.
- Scare Factor: 8/10
- Visuals: 9/10
- Tension Building: 9/10
So, if you’re in the mood for a scary movie, ‘The Invisible Man’ is definitely worth checking out. But make sure you have someone to hold onto during the tense moments!