The sci-fi shocker is now being developed as an ongoing series, with its creator on board.
The original The Invisible Man (1933) contains a lot of comedy absent from the other famous monsters’ films. However, even within these “gags” and any of the silliest interpretations, they’ve provided a much-needed groundwork for Whannell’s version to be realized. Despite any joke, The Invisible Man is the most horrifying Universal Monster because he represents real terror… the immunity of privilege.
A tech-infused yet human-scaled, consistently tense genre piece anchored by a terrific lead performance.
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After the poor reception to the latest THE MUMMY led Universal to put the kibosh on its Dark Universe series, the studio is now revisiting the idea of reviving its classic creatures, and the latest development is a big step in the right direction.