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Aug 04, 2000 · Hollow Man: Directed by Paul Verhoeven. With Elisabeth Shue, Kevin Bacon, Josh Brolin, Kim Dickens. A brilliant scientist's discovery renders him invisible, but transforms him into an omnipotent, dangerous megalomaniac.
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- Kevin Bacon, Elisabeth Shue, Josh Brolin
Hollow Man is a 2000 science fiction horror film directed by Paul Verhoeven and starring Kevin Bacon, Elisabeth Shue and Josh Brolin.Bacon portrays the title character, a scientist who volunteers to be the first human test subject for a serum that renders the user invisible.
"Hollow Man" is a simple yet interesting take on the average horror film, led perfectly by Kevin Bacon as the scientist turned madman after being altered into invisibility.
Hollow Man was inspired by the Invisible Man story by H.G. Wells. Kevin Bacon as Dr. Sebastian Caine, Elizabeth Shue as Linda McKay, and Josh Brolin as Matt Kensington are a group of scientists who successfully create a serum that makes things invisible. Caine of course uses the serum on himself and everything goes wrong.
Hollow Man is a 2000 science-fiction/horror movie directed by Paul Verhoeven. The cast includes Kevin Bacon, Elizabeth Shue, Josh Brolin.It tells the story of a scientist who renders himself invisible, only to go on a killing spree after going violently insane, a story inspired by H. G. Wells' novel The Invisible Man.
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Jun 20, 2006 · Hollow Man II: Directed by Claudio Fäh. With Christian Slater, Peter Facinelli, Laura Regan, David McIlwraith. A Seattle detective and a biologist are on the run from a dangerous invisible assassin gone rogue.
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"The Hollow Men" (1925) is a poem by the modernist writer, T. S. Eliot. Like much of his work, its themes are overlapping and fragmentary, concerned with post–World War I Europe under the Treaty of Versailles (which Eliot despised: compare "Gerontion"), hopelessness, religious conversion, redemption and, some critics argue, his failing marriage with Vivienne Haigh-Wood Eliot.
- T. S. Eliot
Tim Gluckman - I strongly recommend the brilliant 'The Hollow Man' (1935) by the very underrated John Dickson Carr. It's certainly not kitsch, in fact could be seen as a tragedy; the title is a reference to the poem above; how and why leads to interesting speculation.