Oblivious to the horror that awaits them, four teens decide to spend the night in a creepy abandoned house whose cellar is being used as a secret government lab in this blood-spattered creature feature. When chief scientist Dr. Westmont (Steven Walker) misjudges the strength and intellect of his genetically engineered creation, the beast gets loose -- and what began as a lark becomes a nightmare as the kids try to save themselves from the monster.

Scott Hardie: “It sucked.”

I rented this cheap-o homemade horror flick because it was filmed in my hometown, and because I knew the director years ago. He's a super-nice guy, so I don't want to pan what he must have worked hard to make. But I'd be lying if I said this was well done, or remotely entertaining. I thought I was past the halfway point when I checked the time and it had been only twenty minutes! Most of the movie is a mess, especially the lousy sound mixing that leaves much of the dialogue unintelligible. The nicest thing I can say is that a few shots were pretty, making creative use of the blue-and-black color scheme.

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