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The frustrated housewife Leslie visits an animal shop to purchase a flea-collar. Unknowing that the owner is a werewolf, she accepts his invitation to lunch and later in his apartment. Through a bite in her toe he starts her slow transformation in a werewolf. Home again, she desperately tries to hide the often disgusting process from her family, but her daughter Jennifer and her - from horror magazines well educated - friend recognize what's going on, and help to kill the non-human. Written by
Tom Zoerner <Tom.Zoerner@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>
This is one of those 1980s B movies which falls under the "it's so bad it's entertaining" category. The scant plot involves a housewife who gets bitten by werewolf John Saxon and turned into one herself, and it's up to her daughter and friend to change her back.
Worth a look for an appealing performance by the talented but obscure Diana Barrows.
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