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Following Leigh Whannell’s 2020 adaptation of Universal’s “The Invisible Man,” the iconic tale by H.G. Wells returns in a new form with this year’s release of “Fear the Invisible Man.”

While not an official Universal Studios horror film, Wells’ “The Invisible Man” is a timeless narrative that resides in the public domain, paving the way for indie productions like this one to bring their unique vision to life.

“Fear the Invisible Man” is set to release on Digital, VOD, and DVD on June 13, 2023, and you can catch a glimpse of the eerie world in the official trailer below. This polished indie production pays homage to the original Universal Monsters classic, capturing its essence more closely than Whannell’s modern reinterpretation. While some of the digital effects may appear a bit rough around the edges, overall, this film promises to be a captivating experience that will be well worth our time.

In this Hanover Pictures production, the story follows a young British widow who extends shelter to an old colleague from medical school, a man who has mysteriously rendered himself invisible. As his isolation deepens and his sanity begins to unravel, he concocts a sinister scheme to unleash a reign of senseless murder and terror upon the city.

Starring David Hayman (“The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas”), Mark Arnold (“Teen Wolf”), Mhairi Calvey (“Braveheart”), and Mike Beckingham (“Truth Seekers”), “Fear the Invisible Man” delivers a talented ensemble cast.

Directed by Paul Dudbridge and written by Phillip Daay, this adaptation promises to offer a fresh perspective on the haunting world of the invisible. Get ready to immerse yourself in a chilling journey where the line between reality and the unseen blurs into a nightmare realm.

Born in winter's coldest month, December, Francesco's inner passion for all things spooky begins with him. Horror aficionado since a young age, Francesco's thirst for horror brings him to consume many films and books, setting the basis for a film-making career in horror, thriller, and sci-fi. Francesco's idea to bring horror fans one step closer is finally a reality with GoreCulture, established on May 2022.

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