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Orloff and the Invisible Man (Widescreen) (Bilingual)


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  • Actors: Howard Vernon, Brigitte Carva, Fernando Sancho, Paco Valladares, Isabel del Río
  • Directors: Pierre Chevalier
  • Writers: Juan Fortuny, Pierre Chevalier
  • Producers: Marius Lesoeur
  • Format: Color, DVD-Video, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English, French, German
  • Subtitles: English, French, German
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Studio: eOne Films
  • Release Date: Oct. 1 2002
  • Run Time: 82 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005ABVR
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #101,927 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

Product Description

One rainy night, Dr. Garondet is summoned to the castle of Professor Orloff. Making it to the castle on foot, the good doctor meets Cecile, Orloff's daughter, a seemingly deranged girl who is convinced that an invisible phantom is at large on the premises. Orloff explains the story behind Cecile's insanity to the doctor--a tale involving premature burial, grave-robbing and flagellation--and invites him to stay over. As Garondet spends an uneasy night at the castle, he finds himself sharing in Cecile's delusions.

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This is yet another in the inexplicably-popular "Dr. Orloff" series (those Europeans, eh? guess they'll watch ANYthing...). It USED to go by the title "The Invisible Dead", but this is it's actual release title.
It is an endurance contest - no kidding. Some friends and I used to joke about the VHS version we'd seen because it was about the ONLY film we'd ever seen that made "Red Zone Cuba" and "Manos" look fast-paced and exciting. In typical Euro-style, we get odd zoom-in close-up shots of the (mugging) faces of the supporting cast, a plot that drags on and on and on and on, and the "monster" is neither invisible NOR a man - if anything, it will remind you of the Ro-Man from "Robot Monster", only without the laughs. Special effects? Hah! Watch "footsteps" being made while the thing is "invisible" - these "steps" form at a pace indicating the monster has severe gout in both knees AND feet and will make it all the way across the room by this time next year.
Don't be fooled - there is NO saving this one. No riffs, no beer, NOTHING can prepare you for the unbelievable sadness, boredom, and general sense of "I wasted my time on THIS?!?!" that this movie will produce. I actually pride myself on having seen the entire movie, but that's so YOU don't HAVE to...
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By ACS on April 29 2004
In this 1971 French-Spanish co-production, the irrepressible Howard Vernon returns for his second turn as Dr. Orloff. This time, he's created an invisible man who feeds on human blood. It's fairly typical Eurosleaze fare: there's the usual muddled plot, cheap special effects (wait until you see the invisible "man"!) and a fair amount of gratuitous nudity (the rape of the servant girl by the invisible man, with shots of Vernon leering through the whole thing, is especially tasteless). But a good score, nice atmosphere and fairly brisk direction by Pierre Chevalier manage to keep things interesting.
Three stars out of five.
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If you're a fan of the cheap Euro horror films of the 70s, then this is a five star. If not, probably a one star and switch off halfway through. Typical story about a doctor who turns up at a castle only to find that it is being haunted by an invisible monster. Plenty of dubbing and implied sex scenes. It's a sort of "Invisible Frankenstein". It'll make a nice companion piece to "Frankenstein's Castle of Freaks" and the Jess Franco movies.
This has also been released as "The Invisible Dead" in the UK.
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here's a real euro stinker for you. a doctor is summoned to orloffs castle during a storm. there he meets orloffs invisible man which despite being called an invisible man is a)only invisible part of the time b)appears to be somebody in an ape suit rather than a man. not much in particular happens throughout the entire film but it still manages to be so bad it's good. for a few years i actually thought this was a jess franco film-it's uncanny! buy it,grab a few friends and some beer and have a great time!
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Wow - watching PAINT dry is more exciting than THIS Sept. 6 2001
By Mark Shanks - Published on Amazon.com
This is yet another in the inexplicably-popular "Dr. Orloff" series (those Europeans, eh? guess they'll watch ANYthing...). It USED to go by the title "The Invisible Dead", but this is it's actual release title.
It is an endurance contest - no kidding. Some friends and I used to joke about the VHS version we'd seen because it was about the ONLY film we'd ever seen that made "Red Zone Cuba" and "Manos" look fast-paced and exciting. In typical Euro-style, we get odd zoom-in close-up shots of the (mugging) faces of the supporting cast, a plot that drags on and on and on and on, and the "monster" is neither invisible NOR a man - if anything, it will remind you of the Ro-Man from "Robot Monster", only without the laughs. Special effects? Hah! Watch "footsteps" being made while the thing is "invisible" - these "steps" form at a pace indicating the monster has severe gout in both knees AND feet and will make it all the way across the room by this time next year.
Don't be fooled - there is NO saving this one. No riffs, no beer, NOTHING can prepare you for the unbelievable sadness, boredom, and general sense of "I wasted my time on THIS?!?!" that this movie will produce. I actually pride myself on having seen the entire movie, but that's so YOU don't HAVE to...
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
More Euro Trash March 3 2001
By The Soft Machine Operator - Published on Amazon.com
If you're a fan of the cheap Euro horror films of the 70s, then this is a five star. If not, probably a one star and switch off halfway through. Typical story about a doctor who turns up at a castle only to find that it is being haunted by an invisible monster. Plenty of dubbing and implied sex scenes. It's a sort of "Invisible Frankenstein". It'll make a nice companion piece to "Frankenstein's Castle of Freaks" and the Jess Franco movies.
This has also been released as "The Invisible Dead" in the UK.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
dr orloffs last ride Sept. 12 2008
By Michael Dobey - Published on Amazon.com
this was the last movie in the doctor orloff series. The awful doctor orloff is a great movie but this one isn't. It's a bad movie but many horror movies are. but I believe even a bad horror deserves to have remastering done to the print. It's in fair shape but I wish image
would take more time on old movies and repair the print. The acting is fine in this flick these are all well known europeon actors from 1970.
Howard vernon is a great actor but he can't save this one. The movie is close to plan nine from outer space but without that movies charm. Still I enjoy bad horror movies and many so called bad ones have many fine aspects about them. This one is for those looking for a plan nine from outer space type of bad movie though. Buf for the cheap price you can get this it may be worth it if you enjoy badly made horror movies. It does feature female nudity though and shouldn't be for small kids. Even though it is sort of funny once you see the so called 'invisible man". As another reviewer said this movie does have a robot monster type of villian. That movie is more entertaining than this one though. Still for this price even a bad horror movie is a good edition to a horror fans dvd collection.
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
orloff and the slightly transparent ape March 3 2001
By G. young - Published on Amazon.com
here's a real euro stinker for you. a doctor is summoned to orloffs castle during a storm. there he meets orloffs invisible man which despite being called an invisible man is a)only invisible part of the time b)appears to be somebody in an ape suit rather than a man. not much in particular happens throughout the entire film but it still manages to be so bad it's good. for a few years i actually thought this was a jess franco film-it's uncanny! buy it,grab a few friends and some beer and have a great time!
Five Stars Sept. 22 2014
By tracy freemaN - Published on Amazon.com
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