The basic idea of this one is interesting as it deals with shape-shifting. Of course being an eighties production there are way too many sex scenes and the story is not that develop, but as it isn't a complicated one this is fine. Richard Pacheco who plays a psychiatrist brings a little bonus in the acting side (even if I've seen him doing better than that), Tori Wells is fine (what can I say I love her STFU attitude) and Tom Byron is good as the whimperer Diana's boyfriend.
Nothing out of the ordinary for a production of those years, except for the fact the photograpy work look good and the film doesn't look like a cheap production. We even get a surprise ending, but since the story doesn't have enough screen time it kind of doesn't make sense (even if we got a couple of hints in the movie).
Victoria Paris, Selena Steele, Peter North, Buck Adams, Joey Silvera and Debi Diamond amongst others are also in the cast.
I purchased my copy a long time ago from Excalibur Films, if you got it don't expect a great release. You got the film and this is it.