- 1 hr 30 min
Uninvited is a 1987 horror movie directed by Greydon Clark and produced by Jim Wynorski. The film stars George Kennedy, Alex Cord, Clu Gulager, and Toni Hudson. The movie follows a group of teenagers who are stranded on a deserted island after their yacht's engine fails. They are picked up by a wealthy businessman, Walter Graham (played by George Kennedy), who invites them to stay at his mansion for the night. However, things quickly take a turn for the worse when they discover that Grahamâs experiments have created a mutated cat with two personalities â one cute and cuddly, and the other homicidal and bloodthirsty. As the night progresses, the teens become increasingly terrified as the cat begins to stalk and murder them one by one. Meanwhile, Graham tries to hide his involvement in the experiments from his business partners, who are planning a hostile takeover of his company. The movie is filled with tense and suspenseful scenes, particularly as the cat relentlessly pursues its victims throughout the mansion. The special effects used to bring the cat to life are impressive for their time, and it's clear that a lot of effort went into creating both its cute and monstrous personalities. However, the film also has its fair share of cheesy dialogue and over-the-top acting, particularly from George Kennedy, who delivers a performance that is both hammy and entertaining. Some viewers may find the filmâs horror elements too predictable to truly scare them, but others will appreciate the fun and campy nature of the movie. Overall, Uninvited is a fun and campy horror movie that delivers on its promise of murderous cats and teenaged terror. Fans of cult horror films will enjoy the film's mix of gore and tongue-in-cheek humor, and the movie's memorable animal antagonist is sure to stick with them long after the credits roll.