One of the early color near-nudie films and was re-shown often by, mostly, drive-in theatre owners in need of a quick cash fix. They would hang out the "Adults Only" sign, thereby ensuring ... See full summary »
A nerdy guy mixes up a magic formula and becomes invisible whenever he sneezes. He uses his power of invisibility to sneak into his neighbors' bedrooms at night when their husbands aren't ... See full summary »
A pathetic Joe (Nick Nickerson) pays a bitter prostitute, Margo (Althea Curier) to have sex with him, and is abused endlessly. A woman sculptor and her live model try to suppress their ... See full summary »
Toni Lee Oliver,
Something Weird Video released The Girl From S.I.N. along with Henry's Night In as a double feature DVD. Both movies deal with invisibility and as with most Something Weird releases half the fun is seeing the 60's in a different light than Leave it to Beaver. Both moves deal with invisibility and the extras include a Chevrolet training film where a salesman deals with Mister X, an invisible customer(this extra was the only feature on the disk worth watching). These movies can be fun, on the other hand, they can be terrible. They were skin flicks shown in movie houses run by seedy characters in bad neighborhoods. Sometimes these can be done well, considering their budgets and other times they were just for the money without any creativity. The Girl From S.I.N. has no dialogs, a narrator is the only voice in the film, and is boring from start to finish, I found myself falling asleep a few times. There is NO plot and the Pace is slow, slow slow. this could have been a ten minute short but was stretched out with lots of non-nude dancing and uncomfortable silences. I love Something Weird and, like I said, the Chevy commercial extra was cool but otherwise this is a disk to skip.
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