This inept, unfunny parody of Robert Louis Stevenson's classic tale modernizes the story by starring Mark Blankfield as a surgeon-researcher named Jekyll who invents a cocaine-like substance and snorts it accidentally, turning him into his hip alter ego. As Hyde he sports disco clothes
and jewelry, rejecting his square fiancee, Bess Armstrong, for the more exotic favors of punk-rock singer Krista Errickson. Resembling a "Saturday Night Live" sketch stretched out to feature length, the film was obviously made before all the "Say no to drugs" hype started, since this distinctly
tasteless effort tries to get laughs off the cocaine subculture and fails miserably.