TOMCAT: DANGEROUS DESIRES
Tomcat: Dangerous Desires has no real plot. All it seems to spend its time doing is having Natalie Radford unsure whether she wants Richard Grieco to seduce her or not. There is nothing else that happens until the climax where he pursues her through a lumberyard. Even that which does happen is vague and seems to have been slung together without any idea of what the filmmakers were trying to achieve.
The film also has the misfortune to cast Richard Grieco who was then a hot teen heartthrob on tvs 21 Jump Street (1987-92) and Booker (1989-90). Grieco is a teen heartthrob whose celebrity rests entirely on their looks. (More pertinently, after the teen fanbase who got all excited about him grew older, Grieco has been left scrabbling for B movie parts trying to eke out a living). As an actor, he is incredibly bad. The scenes of him chasing Natalie Radford and attempting to threaten her at the end come out as unintentionally campy. One scene where he pretends to have been stabbed by a victim leaves one unsure whether he is meant to be dying or laughing.
Canadian director Paul Donovan has made a handful of other films. His only other ventures into genre material were the not-too-bad nuclear war film Defcon-4 (1993) and as producer, writer and director on the sf tv series Lexx (1997-2002).