One of the worst things about a movie is when you see the potential it has and witness it falling flat on its face. The story is about a post apocolyptic world in which we are sent back to the days of cavemen, living in tribes, and killing our own food...that is when we can find it.
From the very first scene we are treated to half ass acting and plot holes. One of the leaders is murdered, blah blah, a different leader likes to rape girls, blah blah, and now a group of kids go out on their own.
Yeah, they're caught in a storm and when they wake up they are dressed in retro clothing and they are all laying on top of each other provocatively. Yeah...ummm....ok, so anyway, then two people at this house they are at inform them that they are the ones that saved their lives and ummm, yeah...then they all take a bath together. And have sex. Oh sorry, am I ruining the movie for you? Trust me, I'm not. If you're familiar with this director, you knew this is where everything was going.
Oh, and I guess when you have sex with someone you infect them with something and they die or something.
Hey, I'm just trying to write a review as half-ass as the movie.
So blah blah blah, stuff happens, and within the last 5 minutes we get to see the creature....and he barely does anything thanks to some confusing camera work.
So the idea seems alright but was executed piss poorly. This was a terrible waste of Stan Winston's talents as an effects artist.
Fortunately, the two other "Creature Features" I have seen were damn good films.
Earth Vs. The Spider was a psuedo superhero story with good directing and a good story.
She-Creature was more of the same albeit with a different story and more of a slower pace. Each great on their own merit.