'Orloff Against The Invisible Man' sees a doctor (a proper one, not a mad one) called to Orloff's castle by a young urchin, he gets fleeced on the way by the coach driver and ends up walking to the castle before being met by the staff off oddballs at the castle, the maid, the butler, Orloff and his daughter, all of whom are 99p short of a £1.
It's oddly enjoyable, it's cheap, poorly edited, the actors seem to be speaking English for the most part but it's dubbed, the plot ties itself up in knots that it can't loosen and when the 'invisible man' is unveiled you'll gasp with laughter at how bad it is while trying to take your eyes off the actress playing Orloff's daughter who has more bush than Australia after all her clothes were torn off like tissue paper in the previous scene.
It's not the greatest film of its type but its far from being the worst and the cover has nothing whatsoever to do with the film claiming 'God Help Us...If They Rise Again!!!', I'm guessing they told the artist 'Just draw a picture and draw it quick!'.