The Invisible Man


A mysterious man, whose head is completely covered in bandages, wants a room. The proprietors of the pub aren’t used to making their house an inn during the winter months, but the man insists. They soon come to regret their decision. The man quickly runs out of money, and he has a violent temper besides. Worse still, he seems to be some kind of chemist and has filled his room with messy chemicals, test tubes, beakers and the like. When they try to throw him out, they make a ghastly discovery. Meanwhile, Flora Cranley appeals to her father to do something about the mysterious disappearance of Dr. Griffin, his assistant and her sweetheart. Her father’s other assistant, the cowardly Dr. Kemp, is no help. He wants her for himself. Little does Flora guess that the wild tales, from newspapers and radio broadcasts, of an invisible homicidal maniac are stories of Dr. Griffin himself, who has discovered the secret of invisibility and gone mad in the process.

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  • Deadly Scorpion

    This is one of my favorite classic horror movies!

    the effects in this movie is awsome.

    this is a “must see” movie!

  • DogCarcass

    Belongs in every collection. The effects actually hold up today… as crazy as that sounds.

  • downward_spiral

    The best old school horror film ive ever seen, Great for back in the day. Classic film by todays standards.

  • !!rogue!!

    The invisible man is a classic Universal film. The invisibility scenes were brillaint and the film is very well shot and written. A true classic.

    Score: 8.5

  • Remember Slithis?

    Absolutely Brilliant! A must own.

  • dl331

    Amazing! The special effects were actually good, and great story and acting! It was a really entertaining movie!

  • Lucky7shots

    + Great special effects, even for being old