A sexy teen (Barrymore) who lives with her aunt moves in with a reclusive teen (Gilbert) and slowly works her way into the lives of her adopted family. The mother (Ladd) is sickly and can’t sexually satisfy her husband (Skerritt) any more, and to the daughter’s horror, begins seducing her father. —IMDb
Katt Shea was born in 1957 in Detroit, Michigan. She grew up in a quiet Detroit suburb and graduated from the University of Michigan with honors. Shea worked for a short spell as a teacher in the Detroit public school system. At age 19, Katt drove her Volkswagen to Hollywood, California. She did a fleeting stint as a model and briefly attended UCLA. Shea soon started acting in either small parts or more substantial co-starring roles in such movies as My Tutor (1983), Scarface (1983), Hollywood Hot Tubs (1984), Barbarian Queen (1985), and the superior slasher sequel Psycho III (1986), making an especially memorable appearance in the latter as one of Norman Bates’ victims. Shea made her promising debut as both writer and director with the sexy and stylish thriller Stripped to Kill (1987). She also did the equally solid sequel. Katt’s finest cinematic achievement to date was the extremely thoughtful and touching vampire horror gem Dance of the Damned (1989). The gritty drama Streets (1990… read more
Mediocre 90s erotic "thriller" with a cheesy ass score made watchable simply for the fact that Drew Barrymore is pretty much the sexiest thing alive in this movie. Holy shit. Too bad they couldn't get an hot daddy to match her, Tom Skerritt is skeezy-as-hell.