The Invisible Maniac (1990) from Tuna
|The Invisible Maniac (1990) is a send-up of invisible man films.|
|Any send-up, if rated r or
nc-17, should have at least two elements.
First, it should be funny. Sadly, the only humor in this film is accidental. The acting is way over the top, and a film can't gain "bad movie points" if it was intentionally made to be bad.
The second element is naked women. This, The Invisible Maniac does, and does well. We have no less than 8 women showing breasts, and most of them, buns, including Savannah, Tracy Walker, Gail Lyon, Melissa Ann Moore, Kalie Shellabarger, Stephanie Blake, Debra Lamb and Dana Bently Konkel.
|Noel Peters plays Kevin
Dornwinkle, who, as a child at the beginning of the film, is caught
watching a peep show by his mother, who berates him severely, and
tells him all women are evil. Cut forward 20 years, and Doctor
Dornwinkle is presenting his invisibility formula to a group of
scientists, it doesn't work, they laugh and ridicule him, and he goes
postal on them. He pleads a twinkie defense, and is placed in a mental
home, which he escapes from, and turns up as a new High School physics
professor. There, two important things happen. First, he perfects his
formula, and second, the students start making fun of him.
Invisibility is a real bonus when you are out to strip and kill High
School girls, and a female principal who comes on to him. You get the
A film often mentioned as the worst ever made. Rifkin also did "Psycho Cop Returns:.
I forgive him because he did that great sex scene with Hudson Leick in "Denial".
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