What can really be said about "Watchers" and "Watchers 2." Based loosely (and boy do I mean loosely) on the novel by Dean R. Koontz, these movies are the story of a dog and his brother... a genetically enginerread military monster. These are the kinds of movies, that as kids scare the hell out of us, that we forget when we grow older. Then one day when were in the video store, or fliping around bad cable, we see it once again, and we realize hows not scary, but still good they are.
I grew up in a house that loved cheesy B horror moives, so Watchers was just one on a long list. I had completely forgot about it until one day I was going throuh my bookcase and found the paperback novel. Not remember much about the movie (other than Corey Haim was in it), I came here to amazon, and purchased my copy. When I recieved it, I poped it in a watched both films.
The first movie, although cheaply done, was in face pretty good. The acting wasn't great, but it was much better than expected, and the speical effects were half bad. The Second movie I hate to say, had a much better script, but worse acting and budgets.
If your a fan of 80s B Horror, movies this is definatly worth a look, or at least a rental.