I had originally thought I had seen this before, I guess I had just seen the final section, but even most of that I didn't remember.
The film is three stories connected by this one cat. In the first two, it's just kind of there, while the third story it is a main aspect.
The score was cheesy through all sections. The nods to other King films were kind of fun. One character is watching Dead Zone, another reading Pet Sematary. The film begins with a Cujo look-a-like chasing the cat, who are both nearly run over a car that says it's Christine.
The first story was pretty good, as James Woods is a smoker that goes to this place that specializes in making people quit. Through horrible acts mind you. I felt that a company like this could never be real. Having spies following him around, or spying in his own house, and if he got caught, shocking people he cared about? The end was humorous.
The second act is Robert Hays being forced to walk around a building on the ledge by some rich douche. You kind of know how it will end as soon as he starts walking.
The last act is this little creature coming out at night and stalking an adorable Drew Barrymore. The cat arrives to save her. I found it interesting that the creature was trying to suck the life out of her, and her father even says that is why cat's are bad, as they can do this too. And King would later make that into another film: Sleepwalkers.
Anytime any effects are needed, mostly in the third act, they can look really bad. The scene matting looks fake like it did back in the day.
If you are looking for a more serious Creepshow, this film is for you!