Sure, sheltering in place sucks, but look on the bright side — at least you’re not sharing a space with vengeful spirits (y’know, hopefully)
Made long before our current pandemic, this stripped-down monster film tackles the terror of infectious disease and self-quarantine. How much credit should we give it for being so prescient?
The defining moments of invisible man stories tend to be those that expose the character — in more ways than one
Forget about unknowable monsters like Jason and Freddy. In new films like ‘The Invisible Man,’ the villains out to get you are a patriarchal society that assumes you’re nuts.