(1933) The Invisible Man

I’m absolutely floored by the production of this film. I went in with this preconceived expectation of the invisible man solely being portrayed wearing all the rags and shit. The effects for 1933 are very impressive.

No standout performances or anything, just the usual stiff 1930’s style dialogue. I love this part when they’re trying to figure out how to catch him and some officer suggests putting wet gravel over all the roads, like shut the fuck up dude. That was a genuine hearty laugh and maybe not in that exact moment but there are some great purposeful comedic breaks.

Pretty straightforward H.G. Wells stuff, definitely impressive and entertaining though.



Author: Ben

26 year old cheeseburger addicted horror junkie

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