Directed by Clif Prowse and Derek Lee
Several of the FX shots and scenes are especially remarkable. Two in particular spring immediately to mind. The first of which made Bud Dwyer infamous on live television (over twenty years ago now) whilst the other is an exaggeration of a rather irritating side effect on those cursed with fair skin when caught in the sunlight for more than a few seconds at a time sans sufficient cover and sunscreen. Making the movie even more plausible still is the inclusion of the authorities, Interpol in this instance, who give chase in several scenes and are more than willing to spray lead and spill claret whenever given the chance to. Again I'm being rather vague but I fear that to mention the scenes in greater detail would be to give one of the main spoilers of the movie away.
Both Clif and Derek are relatable and likeable individuals, helped out tremendously by their acting abilities and believable interactions. An early introduction and the more than adequate 'fleshing out' montage makes up the first quarter of the film's length. As the film progresses the audience continues to get a firsthand account of the major transformations taking place, the various difficulties associated with them and the resulting effects because of them. Various twists and turns kept my attention throughout the film, and although there were a few predictable instances there were never enough to dampen my enjoyment of the feature overall.