- Jonathan Schwartz as Max Thompson
- Kevin Zegers as Noah Thompson
- Flora Chu as Erin
- Adam Bonneau as Zack
- Eve Crawford as Mrs. Thompson
- Jan Filips as Mr. Thompson
Max and Noah discover a secret room in the attic with a mysterious mirror -a mirror with the power to make them invisible! When Max, Noah and their friends start experimenting with the mirror's power, they begin disappearing for longer and longer periods of time and find it's not so easy to come back. The spooky mirror is definitely not what it appears—or disappears—to be. . . .
Differences from the Book
- April, Whitey, and the Evanders do not appear in the episode. Because of Whitey's absence, the secret room is discovered by the kids on accident instead of Whitey.
- The opening does not happen during a birthday party.
- Noah is never called Lefty.
- Erin never becomes invisible, therefore, not switching with her reflection.
- Zack didn't have a weird hairstyle, just one earring on his left ear.
- Max noticed his brother throwing right-handed when he threw his father a cup, not throwing a baseball.
- The mirror is shown to have somehow put itself back together not long after it was destroyed.
- The scene where Lefty annoys Max during dinner does not involve the grandparents in the episode.
- Erin is responsible for destroying the mirror, a deliberate act in the episode, rather than the accidental act of Lefty tossing the softball at it in the book.
"Let's Get Invisible" was released on DVD on September 8, 2009, as the third episode on Attack of the Jack-O'-Lanterns. It was included in a 3-Pack Thriller DVD on August 26, 2014.
|Title||Release date||Media type|
Attack of the Jack-O'Lanterns
|September 8, 2009||DVD|
|August 26, 2014||DVD|
- This television episode was adapted into Goosebumps Presents Book #11.
- Max's baseball cap has the Goosebumps "G" symbol.
- This is the last of three episodes on the DVD, Attack of the Jack-O'-Lanterns.
- The Goosebumps Presents incorrectly claims that Charles Laser wrote the script for this episode. However, the copyright page correctly credits it in to Rick Drew.
- Additionally, the copyright page claims the book was adapted by Diane Umansky, while the page before it claims it was written by Megan Stine.
- Director Ron Oliver has a cameo as one of the mirror world's victims.