Watched at a Drive-In Movie Theater!
The Invisible Man is incredibly satisfying; everything works together to build dread and paranoia (editing, characters, acting, moments). I've seen some complain about the pacing, but I was pleasantly surprised as to how fast this movie felt. I was scared, my mouth dropped a few times, and some genuine twists and turns that shocked me. What more do you want from a horror film?
One of the best performances of the quarantine-year in Elizabeth Moss, and a great followup to Upgrade from Leigh.