A cat infected with a genetically engineered virus escapes from a lab. The mutant feline goes on a killing spree, and finds its way on board a yacht owned by a shady businessman who's invited a group of young people to hangout.
A bunch of young people are invited to a Caribbean cruise on a gangster's yacht, to distract the attention of the authorities. Unfortunately, a mutant cat which escaped from a test laboratory also gets on board, and kills most of the passengers.Written by
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Lance's bandage is soaked in the blood, despite the fact his arm was only grazed. See more »
[after looking at a bloodstain under a sextant used for makeshift high-power microscope]
This is a hundred, maybe even a thousand times... normally for fresh blood.
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Alternate international version that's 93 minutes long. This version has a different opening and ending, spends a bit more time developing the characters, and features a topless scene from Suzanne. This version is featured as an extra on the Vinegar Syndrome release of the movie. See more »
This film virtually evades falling into any type of horror genre you could think of: it's part sci-fi, part slasher, part comedy!!!
A fluffy house cat escapes from some random laboratory and is adopted by two bimbos who've been invited to cruise down to the Bahamas with mobster Alex Cord and take the cat with them for good luck. Said kitty has some kind of rat-bat thing living inside it that emerges when kitty gets pi***ed off and then shreds anyone who comes too close - including henchmen George Kennedy and Clu Gulager!
It's pretty funny stuff with a typical sequel-friendly ending (that was thankfully never taken up) and some really cheesy moments. Only for the voyeurs of crap cinema. I kinda liked it.
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