It’s terrifying, absolutely debilitating to not be believed, to be accused of lying, or even be viewed as mentally insane. That crippling feeling, that cold sense of paralysis permeates all around Leigh Whannell’s The Invisible Man, which is one of the scariest movies of the last five years, and the first movie of 2020 I would claim as excellent. Elizabeth Moss stars as Cecilia, a women trapped in an abusive relationship with Adrian (Oliver Jackson-Cohen), a man who runs his own high-tech optics company. When Cecilia does everything in her power to escape, Adrian kills himself, that is until something, someone from beyond, starts harassing and haunting Cecilia. Working loosely off the universe that H.G. Wells wrote, the cinematic interpretation that James Whale and Claude Rains brought to life in 1933, and something entirely perfect for our current social climate, The Invisible Man is the scariest thing you never see coming.