This movie casts Donald Pleasence as a big game hunter in Thailand who transports a killer black leopard to his private island. Why does he do this? He believes that he and the creature are somehow connected and it's as if he'll be facing himself on the hunt. However, while he's away from the island his two adult daughters decide to visit. They bring his grand daughter and also a cowboy wannabee tour guide--and the leopard goes after them.
Although there are some good sequences, particularly one in which the cat attacks one of the daughters, the movie simply isn't that engaging. And having seen enumerable killer animal movies this leopard doesn't convey "threat", as let's say a tiger would, as it isn't all that big (150 lbs?). And I didn't believe for one moment that Donald Pleasence was a big game hunter. Talk about bad casting.