The Invisible Man

Movie • 2020 • Horror  Report
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malovela
There's no cat.
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KaylaSymonds
Not only does Zeus the dog not die, he thrives. He is left alone for part of the movie, but rest assured he is fine!
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pugglemuggle
No animals are abused on screen, but a dog is shown wearing a shock collar and it is implied that its owner is abusive.
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Are there bugs?
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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BrandonDavidWright
Thank you!
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malovela
There's no horse.
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pugglemuggle
A woman is stalked by an abusive partner throughout the film.
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pugglemuggle
An abusive ex continually gaslights their former partner throughout the film.
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jb23
A central theme of the movie.
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pugglemuggle
A child is hit in one scene and then attacked later on in the film.
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malovela
Not that we know of, but it must be mentioned that Diazepam plays a significant role, and we see the bottle up close several times. Might be triggering.
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jb23
People are drugged with a prescription drug multiple times.
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PetraHazel
No, however an underage girl wants to drink some wine brought home by the main character. Her dad says no but the main character says she can have a little bit.
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kellybmarie
The whole movie is mental torture.
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kellybmarie
A character is shown cutting her wrist.
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pugglemuggle
Multiple characters are strangled throughout the film.
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No but the mc does feel ill and faint during a job interview.
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Cryptid_Crow
People's limbs get broken during a certain "fight" sequence.
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malovela
No, but a teenaged girl is - or appears to be - in mortal danger. She comes out physically unharmed, although most likely traumatised.
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pugglemuggle
There is a brief scene depicting an alleged kidnapping.
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MechTorg
***MAJOR SPOILER*** At the end, a father-to-be of an unborn child is killed.
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TheWheelchairGirl
They aren’t bad. I hate jump scares and flashes but this movie was okay for me. Wheresthejump has time stamps for this movie
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Jadespade
No ghosts, but because the whole movie involves someone being invisible, many scares resemble that of ghost activity
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Jadespade
You can hear a knife cutting through flesh at some points.
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malovela
No farts. Don't know about spitting, but I don't think so.
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the police refuse to believe the main character so while police are present, the cops are not viewed as a good thing, rather an indifferent and sometimes bad force that enables the main character’s stalker
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Zuzu
She also goes to the hospital after passing out.
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pugglemuggle
A woman is injected against her will with a syringe.
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malovela
We see one person being physically dragged into a mental institution by several people, forced down onto a bed and injected with a sedative, then locked inside a bleak, cell-like room. The place looks more like a jail than a mental institution.
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pugglemuggle
A character is shown having anxiety attacks multiple times throughout the movie.
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pugglemuggle
A woman cuts her own wrist while in a shower.
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malovela
--- SEMI-SPOILER --- Not really, but someone basically says "I'm killing myself right now" while pretending to do so (by cutting her wrist). Since she knows that someone is very close to her, seeing and hearing her and thus able to stop her, and since she knows that the person knows she knows they're there, it does resemble a situation in which someone is threatening suicide as a means of manipulation. Actually, she IS doing just that; it's just not for the typical reason (to make the person care, to experience the comfort of being rescued, to force them not to leave her etc.); it's to lure the person out of hiding, tricking them into touching her, so she can physically overpower them (the other person is dangerous and murderous, is destroying her life big time, and has had the upper hand all along, so she basically has no choice but to find a way to "win").
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ivyrose
arguably the abuser could have a number of disorders
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Jadespade
The protagonist goes into a dark attic at one point.
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pugglemuggle
A depiction of an apparent suicide is shown on screen.
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Jadespade
No eating disorders, but the protagonist mentions that her abusive ex used to control what she ate.
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the sound of snapping bones - be aware if this is a trigger
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alweerjeroen
There is a scene where multiple pictures are taken during the night in a bedroom. The camera flash might trigger sensitivity
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malovela
There are no babies.
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idontcareenoughtofindagoodusername
No, but she does get tossed around, strangled etc
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Freebird10123
It seems the lead character CONSIDERS abortion as she didn't want a child with the man, however it isn't shown or even implied if she goes thru with it.
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KGcat
We really don't know the gender identities or sexualities of the characters, but not to our knowledge.
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the main character is hospitalized for a mental breakdown which may be triggering for someone with mental health disorders
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malovela
No. Perhaps worth mentioning: We see a black man being beaten up badly (by a white guy, although the white guy is invisible at the time); it's a horrible scene to watch. It has absolutely nothing to do with race, though, neither in-universe nor, I'm sure, on the movie's part. Plenty of white people are hurt and killed by the same bad guy, before and after, and there's no mention of race at any point.
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TheWheelchairGirl
Only in talking and quite vague, but it’s there. Past sexual assault is suggested in conversation
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Are there incestuous relationships?
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.4673
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pugglemuggle
No sexual assault occurs on screen, but it is strongly implied that multiple sexual assaults occurred prior to the start of the film.
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Jadespade
A car does crash, but while the driver is hurt, it doesn't seem to be that severe.
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malovela
No flying scenes.
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Lillyhi
no, but a guy does try to break into a car, leaving his hand bloodied
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CarlaSueThompson
A lot.
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pugglemuggle
Multiple injuries involving blood occur throughout the film.
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