Movie Reviews By Bil Antoniou
Bil’s rating (out of 5): BB. USA, 1995. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Screenplay by Dennis Feldman. Cinematography by Andrzej Bartkowiak. Produced by Dennis Feldman, Frank Mancuso Jr.. Music by Christopher Young. Production Design by Eloy Lobato, John Muto. Costume Design by Joe I. Tompkins. Film Editing by Conrad Buff IV.
Scientists biologically combine the DNA of a human with that of a newly discovered alien life form and come up with a supermodel who looks like Natasha Henstridge (makes sense to me!) They have decided to make her a woman to make her more docile, but have no idea that she’s actually a monstrous killer who destroys every living thing in her path on the road to achieving successful mating with another of her kind. Naturally, there’s lots of pathetic excuses to get a painfully awkward Henstridge out of her clothing; even that is not a good enough reason to watch this boring horror film that really owes its devoted audience a hell of lot more to work with.