Having discovered they could turn animals invisible, a group of scientists test the subject on a human. Head of research, Dr. Sebastian Caine decides to use himself as the subject. After the experiment can't be reversed, it takes a toll on Caine's personality, causing him to hunt down and kill his colleagues
To achieve convincing visibility underwater in the pool scene, the effects crew made countless experiments with transparent objects and transparent molds of body parts underwater. In the end, the entire body of Kevin Bacon, including hair, was painted black for the scene, because black gave the best contrast underwater. See more »
McKay repeatedly touches metal objects at below-freezing temperature with bare hands. This should cause severe injury from cold burns (or at least more discomfort than we see). See more »
Truthfully, I have no idea what a lot of you people are saying when you say how terrible this movie is. The special effects are excellent, Elisabeth Shue has given one of her best performances in a long time, and Kevin Bacon also gave a very solid performance. I know many of you thought that the 3rd act took a bloody turn and it did, but to me, I didn't think it was that bad, I kind of thought it made the movie. Look at the movie's today that are making money, Scream 1,2, & 3, Urban Legend 2....all blood and guts with a moderately good plot. This movie just did what sells. And come on, it could be a lot worse. In my opinion, this is one of the best scary horror/thriller/action/man turned monster movies I had seen in a long while and after all, the movie can't be too terrible because the film has grossed so much. So PLEASE, GO SEE THIS MOVIE! It is truly a good film for many of us horror/thriller movie fans. 10/10
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