I regretfully admit that I still have yet to see the Swedish horror yarn The Invisible, but from all I’ve read, it’s definitely one we horror fans should seek out. David Goyer’s going to make it a bit easier on us when his remake, also called The Invisible, shows itself in theatres on January 26th.
Today the folks over at CinEmpire scored the first look at the poster for Goyer’s remake, which despite the title is perfectly visible to me. Does that mean I’m special? Probably not, no.
The film tells of two teens whose “real selves” are invisible to others, one literally due to his untimely death and the other metaphorically due to the neglect she’s suffered since the death of her mother. Sounds a bit angsty, but since the dead kid comes back to seek vengeance on the people who killed him, I’ll bet we’re in for some good scares, too.
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