When it comes to falling apart, no actor is more together than Elisabeth Moss. In writer-director Leigh Whannell’s jaggedly effective psychological horror thriller The Invisible Man, Moss plays Cecilia,
The scariest parts of the new horror movie are slow pans to empty hallways… or are they? The scariest thing in this month’s new Elisabeth Moss movie, The Invisible Man is, frankly, nothing whatsoever.
Warning: This interview contains spoilers for The Invisible Man, in theaters February 28. We don’t deserve Elisabeth Moss. Take any role she’s embodied in her nearly 30-year career — Zoey Bartlett in Wing,
(CNN) — Critics occasionally go overboard with metaphors, but there's no escaping the "Believe the women" undercurrents in "The Invisible Man," which transforms invisibility into the ultimate tool of abusive,
“The Invisible Man” is haunting cinemas yet again, this time with a much more reasonable bandage budget. Writer/director Leigh Whannell’s psychological horror thriller (in theaters Friday) unearths the