Samantha (Najarra Townsend, Me and You and Everyone We Know) learns this the ahem hard way, after drowning her inhibitions in vodka and letting them run free at a party where she's roofied by a stranger (Simon Barrett, You're Next). What happens in the few days that unfold thereafter are akin to scientist Seth Brundle in Cronenberg's 1986 The Fly remake skin looks weird, stuff falls off except our heroine is infected with the wickedest STD (un)known to man.
Townsend isn't the strongest actress, but in a way, she's playing second fiddle to her transformation. The makeup effects are so potent, some viewers won't be able to take it. And if they can, writer/director Eric England (Madison County) has a squirming again, ahem climax in store to scare off everyone else. For strong stomachs, this is good stuff. Catch it! (And don't miss the parody of 1950-era sex-ed shorts amid the DVD extras.) Rod Lott