Man's Best Friend
Man's Best Friend ★½ 1993 (R)
A guard dog is the object of a genetic experiment that has given him the agressiveness of other creatures, including a cobra and a leopard. Since Max is an enormous Tibetan mastiff this means big trouble for everyone but the reporter (Sheedy) who rescued him—and even she better watch out. 87m/C VHS, DVD . Ally Sheedy, Lance Henriksen, Frederic Lehne, Robert Costanzo, John Cassini, J.D. Daniels; D: John Lafia; W: John Lafia; M: Joel Goldsmith.
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