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Call me insane, but I liked this one. I'm not sure how people get off calling this a JURASSIC PARK wannabe cuz this flick, in terms of setting and style, is borrowed more from FRIDAY THE 13TH than anything else.
David Keith and John Rhyies-Davies are fun to watch, no matter how lame the material is. The FX-well, about 30% of the shots of the cat are very well done. The other 70% leave a lot to be desired.
If a monster picking of horny people in the woods is your thing, then you won't be disappointed.
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