The Invisible Man in Cinema: From 1930s Classic to 1980s Silliness – Flashbak

The Invisible Man in Cinema: From 1930s Classic to 1980s Silliness – Flashbak

Being able to turn invisible is such a compelling idea that it’s been a part of storytelling since the dawn of time.   The helm of Hades rendered Perseus invisible, allowing him to sneak up on and slay the gorgon Medusa.  Fairy tales featured magical cloaks turning the wearer invisible, there is the Ring of Gyges … Continue reading “The Invisible Man in Cinema: From 1930s Classic to 1980s Silliness ”

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