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Jason Kempe’s review published on Letterboxd:
This review may contain spoilers.
When you have an antagonist that is invisible it makes it easy to build suspense. This movie still did a great job doing it. They gave us rotations around rooms of nothing to make us look for something that may or may not be there.
Elizabeth Moss had a really convincing performance of someone going crazy.
But the thing I liked the most about this movie is that it subverted our expectations very well. I could’ve guessed when the invisible man was going to get in Cecelia’s head but when he attacked he attacked hard. We would get a kick or a cut out of the blue that I did not see coming.