A group of college interns gets caught in the woods with drug dealers and an alien being that can assume the form of anyone with whom it comes in contact. This sci-fi horror from the prolific J.R. Bookwalter (The Dead Next Door) is one of his best, with solid characters and a professional look. The presence of one of the best actresses in indie horror, Sasha Graham, doesn't hurt either, and despite being about the 300th treatment of the same basic story, Polymorph is entertaining and highly watchable. Screenwriter James L. Edwards co-stars with Ariauna Albright (Witchouse). ~ Robert Firsching, Rovi
This is easily one of the worst movies I've ever had the misfortune of watching. A cliche plot about aliens invading but with no apparent purpose other than to randomly hurt or kill humans. Special effects are so minor-league that they would have done better leaving them out altogether. This is like a high-schooler's first project while taking some film class; cheesy dialogue, poorly constructed and hard-to-believe characters and marginal-at-best acting. The only redeeming thing about this movie is the gorgeous blonde woman. The ending of this movie is absolutely dismal.
AVOID THIS MOVIE AT ALL COSTS.