In one of the most joyous cases of cinematic irony this decade, a lot of people are seeing The Invisible Man. Filmmaker Leigh Whannell‘s reimagining of the 1933 Universal horror classic nabbed a mighty healthy $50 million in its first week—on a $7 million budget no less—and for good reason. Whannell brilliantly updated the story of a monstrous man turned transparent (in this case, Oliver Jackson-Cohen) into the story of a domestic abuse survivor, played in a jaw-droppingly powerful performance by Elisabeth Moss. It’s great. It’s really great. And if you haven’t caught it yet, correct that mistake posthaste.
If you have seen it already, then you’re probably itching for more. Below, we’ve rounded up the seven best movies to seek out after watching The Invisible Man.