Also on the ship is Rachel (Toni Hudson). This cutie used to own the boat until Walter stole it in a financial scheme. In fact, the SEC is about to close in on Walter for stealing from his corporations and moving the money offshore. Thus the yacht is headed to the Grand Cayman Islands. Walter wants sex with Bobbie and the fact that Bobbie sun bathes a lot and does aerobics in a half nude state make Walter very determined. Mike is Walter's muscle and he yells at the girls a lot and tries to ruin everyone's fun. While Bobbie does aerobics, Walter tries to rape her. This sets off a fight which results in Mike (George Kennedy) firing his gun. Sensing danger, the cat changes into the monster and starts biting people. First it bites two of Walter's men (including Mike), and they die tortuous deaths as their veins explode. Now the cat is on the prowl, and it's venom contaminates the food and water on the yacht. Now the hunted, our not too bright villains and coeds try to kill this thing before it gets them. As the days at sea without food and water weaken our crew and passengers, will these beauties and hunks fend off an amorous Walter, and kill the cat? As the cast is killed off one by one, Rachel and Martin emerge as the only level heads aboard.
As the yacht, now contaminated, drifts off course, will our babes live to see another spring break? Director Greydon Clark ("Satan's Cheerleaders") knows his biggest asset in this film are the female members of the cast, and the viewer never has to look long to get a good view of them. Shattuck and Carey turn in very enjoyable performances, and are perfect as damsels in much peril. Yeah...the creature might not be Alien or Predator, but this cat does provide the means for much gore. Widely available, and in good quality, on YouTube, "Uninvited" is a lot of fun and beats any Harrison Ford film over the past 30 years.