Almost Invisible (DVD Review)17 Apr, 2011 By: Erik Gruenwedel
Almost Invisible has the requisite eye candy, catchy title, box art, passable soundtrack and street-cred micro-indie budget, for those who are into that kind of thing and have little use for plot or character.
Invisible finds a group of disaffected community college kids looking to party after school with no place to do so. They accept an invite from goth classmate April (promising Sara Cole, who looks like Marilyn Manson) to party at her house.
Lone interesting male character Drew (wide-eyed Sam Navarro) and April develop an apparent affinity for each other.
One by one, other characters are picked off by an unknown assailant, only to return later in other scenes apparently possessed.
First-time writer-director David Allingham aptly proves to be a budding pornographer with a (albeit low-resolution) video camera capable of filming visually pleasing images of nubile young women’s bikini bottoms, tops, boobs and crotches.