The Invisible Man (1933).
Directed by James Whale.
Adapted from the novel by HG Wells.
"Even the moon is frightened of me!"
Although, like the majority of the director's horrors, this to some degree presents itself as a dark comedy there really is a fine line which the film frequently crosses over to become genuinely disturbing. What begins with some vaguely subversive knockabout jibes (largely at the expense of the police) becomes less hilarious when the title character's actions escalate…