So goofy and lots of intentional humor, most of which is awful, but there's a lot of funny dumb stuff. None of the dark past, moody, or horror stuff works at all. I wish the monster actually looked like a giant rat.
Sandra Locke and Colleen Camp are great in this, despite not having a lot to work with in the script. Loved moments of this, like the deranged breakfast and the fish tank scene bathed in green light. But a lot of it drags because it is repetitive.
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