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The Invisible Maniac
The Invisible Sex Maniac

USA 1990
produced by
Tony Markes for Smoking Gun Pictures, Republic
directed by Adam Rifkin (as Rif Coogan)
starring Noel Peters, Savannah (as Shannon Wilsey), Stephanie Blake (as Stella Blalack), Melissa Moore, Clement von Franckenstein, Claudette Rains, Jason Logan, Robert R.Ross jr, Rod Sweitzer, Eric Champnella, Kalei Shallabarger, Gail Lyon, Debra Lamb, Marilyn Adams, Dana Bentley, Matt Devlen, Anthony Markwell, Kris Russell, Tracy Walker, Barbara Dow, Amin Faruqi, James Jannett, Diana Levitt, Valerie Breiman, Donald C.Llorens, Cindy Maranne, Michele Rifkin, Kevin Shannon, Elizabeth Sokol, Harold Sokol
story by Matt Devlen, Tony Markes, Adam Rifkin (as Rif Coogan), screenplay by Adam Rifkin (as Rif Coogan), music by Marc David Decker

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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At a science conference, Doc Dornwinkle (Noel Peters) wants to present his invisibility serum in a self-experiment - but when it fails to work, he's only laughed at by fellow scientists, so much so that he kills four of them who were not able to escape fast enough. He's thrown into the loonie bin of course, but manages to escape.

A few months later: Dornwinkle has since assumed another identity and has become a physics teacher at summer school - and the target of the jokes of the teens he's entrusted with (among them porn star Savannah and scream queen Debra Lamb). Dornwinkle still spends his nights further developing the invisibility serum though, and finally he has a breakthrough and he tries the serum on himself. Thing is, the serum doesn't only make the good doctor temporarily invisible, it also makes him incredibly horny, so he spends more of his invisible time in the girls' locker room watching (and touching) the naked girls than anything else.

Eventually, the teens take the pranks they play on Dornwinkle too far, and he decides to retaliate and thus turns himself invisible, killing the boys and stripping and killing the girls. Only one of the guys is able to put up a fight, escape the invisible maniac, find out who he really is, and follow Dornwinkle home to defeat him once and for all. And just like Dornwinkle, the guy manages to turn himself invisible. Still, Dornwinkle has the last laugh when he blows his opponent's head off just before the police arrives and he makes it look as if he himself has committed suicide ...


Nothing special, really, just your typical low budget slasher - with a sci-fi theme attached and more than the usual amount of nudity (often displayed in a tongue-in-cheek way. However, the film's comical approach does give the audience a reason to sit through its highly formulaic plot - even if that doesn't make The Invisible Maniac exactly a masterpiece, either.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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