MEMOIRS OF AN INVISIBLE MAN REVIEWED
“Memoirs of an Invisible Man” is a film that I watched obsessively as an 11 year old. I saw it at the dollar theaters and on rotation on HBO. It wasn’t my first Carpenter film, but it was the first one I binged. Honestly, it’s weird the things that you remember. But, I was a mild Chevy Chase obsessive and I knew of Carpenter’s name from Big Trouble in Little China. When I saw the film, I couldn’t even tell you what appealed to me. I was a fan of the classic Universal monsters, but horror comedy didn’t appeal to me yet.
Plus, this was pre Jurassic Park Sam Neill. I’m a huge Sam Neill fan, but at this time…I only knew him as adult Damien Thorne from The Omen III. So, again…what appeal to me about this movie? Hell, I guess it’s the same as now. I’ll do anything for a slightly funny Sci-Fi/Horror fantasy that tells a capable story. Plus, I really do miss that Chevy Chase era where the guy was actually funny. I really did watch anything that HBO aired for about 10 years.
- How To Become Invisible: The Dawn Of Digital F/X
- Vintage Interviews With Director John Carpenter And Actors Chevy Chase And Daryl Hannah
- Behind The Scenes Footage
- Theatrical Trailer
- TV Spots
- 2.35:1 1080p transfer
- DTS-HD 2.0 master audio track