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The Invisible Man Appears / The Invisible Man vs. The Human Fly

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Genres: Crime, Fantasy, Horror
Starring: Ryûji Shinagawa, Yoshirô Kitahara, Junko Kanô
Director: Mitsuo Murayama
Plot Synopsis:

In The Invisible Man Appears, written and directed by Nobuo Adachi in 1949, a scientist successfully creates an invisibility serum, only to be kidnapped by a gang of thugs who wish to use the formula to rob a priceless jewel. In addition to being the earliest surviving Japanese science fiction film ever made, the film's entertaining special effects were an early credit for the legendary Eiji Tsuburaya, five years before he first brought Godzilla to life.

Eight years later, Mitsuo Murayama's exciting The Invisible Man vs. The Human Fly tells the story of a series of mysterious murders where the only clue is strange buzzing noise at the scene of the crime… could this be linked to secret wartime experiments in shrinking humans to the size of insects? And can a scientist who's just invented an invisibility ray be the one to stop it?

  • Release Details
    Release Date: March 16th, 2021
    MPAA Rating: Not Rated
    Movie Release Year: 1957
    Release Country: United States
    Movie Studio: Arrow Video
  • Technical Specs
    Length:96 Minutes
    Specs:Blu-ray Disc
    Video Resolution/Codec:1080p AVC/MPEG-4
    Aspect Ratio(s):1.37:1
    Audio Formats:Japanese: LPCM Mono
    Subtitles/Captions:English
    Special Features:
    • Transparent Terrors, a newly filmed interview with critic and genre scholar Kim Newman on the history of the "Invisible Man" in cinema
    • Theatrical trailer for The Invisible Man Appears
    • Image galleries for both films
    • Reversible sleeve featuring new and original artwork by Graham Humphreys
    • First pressing only: Illustrated collectors' booklet featuring new writing by Keith Allison, Hayley Scanlon and Tom Vincent